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→→→→ vertical line TOPIC: WHAT'S THE LAUGHING BUDDHA LAUGHING AT?
vertical line Posted on Nov.20.2012 @ 12:20PM EDT by Sam Hardy
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Nov.20.2012
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vertical line Your face.
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Nov.20.2012
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Nov.20.2012
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Nov.20.2012
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Reply from Joe Chip
Nov.20.2012
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vertical line Comic nebulae.
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Nov.20.2012
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vertical line Because he knows it's all just a game... and he finds it funny
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Nov.20.2012
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Reply from leoj99
Nov.20.2012
11:03PM EDT 
vertical line the day I become enlightened- OSHO Discourse


Almost all those stories when they get enlightened they laugh. They say they are laughing at myself. But that is a diplomatic answer. Actually they are laughing at us...lol
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Reply from starduster
Nov.21.2012
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Because nothing matters,

which could render everything hopeless,

or just a big joke we are playing on ourselves.

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Reply from Joe Chip
Nov.21.2012
05:18AM EDT 
vertical line Actually, I'm laughing at leoj99.
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Reply from leoj99
Nov.21.2012
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vertical line Quote: "Actually, I'm laughing at leoj99."
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Thats very good you got my name right. Unlike Sam Hardy...lol
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Reply from Joe Chip
Nov.21.2012
10:02AM EDT 
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Nov.21.2012
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Quote: "the day I become enlightened- OSHO Discourse


Almost all those stories when they get enlightened they laugh. They say they are laughing at myself. But that is a diplomatic answer. Actually they are laughing at us...lol
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What a great discourse by Osho, and of course his dirty joke at the end is funny too.

Thats quite a nugget you found there, Leo.  Good one !!

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Reply from Joe Chip
Nov.21.2012
10:13AM EDT 
vertical line I can't stop laughing. What should I do?
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Nov.21.2012
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vertical line He is LAUGHING at me ... myself ... and  .... I 
Three things that aren't three but one
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Reply from starduster
Nov.22.2012
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They say if you get an erection lasting more than four hours you should call a doctor.

Hell, Im not calling for a doctor.  I will be calling for nurses, stewardesses, waitresses, you name it, but not a doctor.

Awakening is something like that.  Now that you got it, maybe you got too much of it.  But you may as well just laugh and enjoy it, because its not going anywhere, and youre not going anywhere without it.

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Reply from Sam Hardy
Nov.22.2012
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Hopefully the one I had before the world was made :D
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Nov.22.2012
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They say if you get an erection lasting more than four hours you should call a doctor.

Hell, Im not calling for a doctor.  I will be calling for nurses, stewardesses, waitresses, you name it, but not a doctor.

Awakening is something like that.  Now that you got it, maybe you got too much of it.  But you may as well just laugh and enjoy it, because its not going anywhere, and youre not going anywhere without it.

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More like an undertaker.
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Nov.22.2012
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Quote: "the day I become enlightened- OSHO Discourse


Almost all those stories when they get enlightened they laugh. They say they are laughing at myself. But that is a diplomatic answer. Actually they are laughing at us...lol
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Osho said in another discourse on his enlightenment that it was *like a conference call with God and Death, simultaneously*.

In this discourse, he is asked what was the first thing he did after enlightenment, and he says *I laughed*. 

He explains that this is because after looking for it, lifetime after lifetime, he realized he already had it all along. 

Yeah, that makes sense.  Like someone looking everywhere for their glasses, only to find them on top of their head, where they forgot they left them.  Had them all along, within easy reach.

I remember thinking that after years and years of struggling to get myself into the safe hands of God, I found that I had never been out of them, and could never be out of them, even for an instant.  After an intensive search outside myself in all directions, as soon as I turned inward, finally, there it was..., right there inside of me, where I forgot I had left it.

I guess thats why I refer to awakening as a recollection rather than a discovery.  When you remember where you left something you only thought was lost.

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Reply from Sam Hardy
Nov.22.2012
08:40AM EDT 
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vertical line And lo, the glasses did fall from his eyes
and he could see again


For they were his reading glasses
And no good for driving   lol
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Reply from Joe Chip
Nov.22.2012
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vertical line Insensitive Laughing Buddha.
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Nov.22.2012
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vertical line Only humans have the ability to laugh ....
And when you see for the first time that what you wanted so long was right there in front of you .. you laugh to to know it was never away from you ... its like a cosmic joke.
When you get it ... you finally get it .... hahaha
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Reply from Joe Chip
Nov.22.2012
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Nov.22.2012
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Quote: "Animals laugh. "
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Petting Zoo !!

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Nov.22.2012
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Quote: "the day I become enlightened- OSHO Discourse


Almost all those stories when they get enlightened they laugh. They say they are laughing at myself. But that is a diplomatic answer. Actually they are laughing at us...lol
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Osho said in another discourse on his enlightenment that it was *like a conference call with God and Death, simultaneously*.

In this discourse, he is asked what was the first thing he did after enlightenment, and he says *I laughed*. 

He explains that this is because after looking for it, lifetime after lifetime, he realized he already had it all along. 

Yeah, that makes sense.  Like someone looking everywhere for their glasses, only to find them on top of their head, where they forgot they left them.  Had them all along, within easy reach.

I remember thinking that after years and years of struggling to get myself into the safe hands of God, I found that I had never been out of them, and could never be out of them, even for an instant.  After an intensive search outside myself in all directions, as soon as I turned inward, finally, there it was..., right there inside of me, where I forgot I had left it.

I guess thats why I refer to awakening as a recollection rather than a discovery.  When you remember where you left something you only thought was lost.

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So may I ask what did you find out? This is an honest question. It is not meant to be rude.

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Reply from Joe Chip
Nov.22.2012
01:06PM EDT 
vertical line Who's laughing now?
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Nov.22.2012
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Quote: "Animals laugh. "
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The animal in the mimddle is laughing.
The apes at her side are just happy.
True laughter is a human thing ... just like satori

There really isn't anymore that needs to be said about this ... but continue chasing your tail ... hahaha
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Nov.22.2012
01:56PM EDT 
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They don't laugh. Not that they don't laugh like humans ... they don't laugh.
They can be happy sad afraid or anxious but there is no humor cause they don't have the capacity to think in the way humans do.
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Nov.22.2012
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Nov.22.2012
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No, they only seem to laugh cause you assign this attribute to them
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Nov.22.2012
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vertical line Do some research with new eyes for new views.
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Nov.23.2012
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yes they do, and smile


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Reply from Sam Hardy
Nov.23.2012
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vertical line You're all wrong.  The laughing Buddha is laughing at Western Zen.

Thought i'd put one in for Leoj ha ha
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Nov.23.2012
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Seems you're disagreeing with yourself now , Joe.

Saves us the trouble    ebl .
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Nov.23.2012
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Quote: "the day I become enlightened- OSHO Discourse


Almost all those stories when they get enlightened they laugh. They say they are laughing at myself. But that is a diplomatic answer. Actually they are laughing at us...lol
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Osho said in another discourse on his enlightenment that it was *like a conference call with God and Death, simultaneously*.

In this discourse, he is asked what was the first thing he did after enlightenment, and he says *I laughed*. 

He explains that this is because after looking for it, lifetime after lifetime, he realized he already had it all along. 

Yeah, that makes sense.  Like someone looking everywhere for their glasses, only to find them on top of their head, where they forgot they left them.  Had them all along, within easy reach.

I remember thinking that after years and years of struggling to get myself into the safe hands of God, I found that I had never been out of them, and could never be out of them, even for an instant.  After an intensive search outside myself in all directions, as soon as I turned inward, finally, there it was..., right there inside of me, where I forgot I had left it.

I guess thats why I refer to awakening as a recollection rather than a discovery.  When you remember where you left something you only thought was lost.

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So may I ask what did you find out? This is an honest question. It is not meant to be rude.
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So may I ask what did you find out? This is an honest question. It is not meant to be rude.
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That there is nothing past tense about creation.  There is only Now, and It is being whatever It is being Now, whatever you may believe It to be, It is all that is.

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Nov.23.2012
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If you treat animals like people (members of the populace),

they will return the favor.

Mankind will come to an end,

and the rest of the people will cheer.

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Nov.23.2012
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Quote: "the day I become enlightened- OSHO Discourse


Almost all those stories when they get enlightened they laugh. They say they are laughing at myself. But that is a diplomatic answer. Actually they are laughing at us...lol
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Osho said in another discourse on his enlightenment that it was *like a conference call with God and Death, simultaneously*.

In this discourse, he is asked what was the first thing he did after enlightenment, and he says *I laughed*. 

He explains that this is because after looking for it, lifetime after lifetime, he realized he already had it all along. 

Yeah, that makes sense.  Like someone looking everywhere for their glasses, only to find them on top of their head, where they forgot they left them.  Had them all along, within easy reach.

I remember thinking that after years and years of struggling to get myself into the safe hands of God, I found that I had never been out of them, and could never be out of them, even for an instant.  After an intensive search outside myself in all directions, as soon as I turned inward, finally, there it was..., right there inside of me, where I forgot I had left it.

I guess thats why I refer to awakening as a recollection rather than a discovery.  When you remember where you left something you only thought was lost.

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So may I ask what did you find out? This is an honest question. It is not meant to be rude.
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So may I ask what did you find out? This is an honest question. It is not meant to be rude.
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That there is nothing past tense about creation.  There is only Now, and It is being whatever It is being Now, whatever you may believe It to be, It is all that is.

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Do you need to believe the Now? What is paste tense about creation?
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When you sit and just look

and you see no-thing-ness

going-off, being all-ness

empty of itself

you discover hilarity

and you laugh

you fill with laughter

and then, when you look in the mirror

you will piss the pants that you are neither wearing nor not wearing.

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Nov.23.2012
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vertical line saying animals laugh is not to say they  laugh like humans, or human animals
it is to say animals laugh.

there is a differance
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Take care not to wake up.
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Mankind,

Making the most of being an Ape,

For eight million years.

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They don't laugh. Not that they don't laugh like humans ... they don't laugh.
They can be happy sad afraid or anxious but there is no humor cause they don't have the capacity to think in the way humans do.
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If you dont believe animals can communicate, you probably havent made any effort to communicate with them.  That seems to be a sort of self-confirming denial.

Of course, we do not share a language with them.  Words fall short.

My dog routinely says *yes*  and *please*.  Her *yes* is a sort of sneeze, with a shake of her head.  Her *please* is when she extends her arms out in front of her, in a sort of curtsey. 

My last dog used to grin and laugh.  I suppose it was more of a chuckle, but it was very clear to see.

Other animals have communicated with me non-verbally as well.  You just have to keep your eyes and your mind open. 

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vertical line yes, no doubt.

and we know plants communicate to each other.

To warn of danger,to advertise sexual receptivity, to announce the all clear (safe).

star is right, if one takes the time to listen and watch and feel.

I have had Dogs who smiled, and laughed, and called out in excitement and fear. 

And they feel embarrassment, (isolation from the pack)
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I knew it was risky, keeping a keen eye on grey-tooth as the cuddling commenced, and then, something with Grey-tooth eyes, a small shift. And in a micro second I managed to block Grey-tooth`s attack against an inattentive Flubby. Au. That was some serious blow from Grey-tooth, claws like totally extended and probably maximum force too. It really hurt and left totally blood mark, shudder to think of how poor Flubby would have felt that lethal kruger-paw. Cats are like totally hard-core to each other's it seems, so I ended the cuddling for both and gave Grey-tooth a stern look that made it clear that this was not accepted behaviour.

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Nov.29.2012
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vertical line Of course animals have intelligence or minds or however you want to say it.

Many animals have greater intelligence than many humans.

I saw a programme on the TV a while back that showed how a sea lion could solve logic problems quicker than a number of humans.

Men in white coats are having to revise their evaluation of the intelligence of 'lower species' as if no one else has realized this before them. Scientists are so patronizing.
The latest I heard is to do with bees.  Bees are so intelligent they even seem to understand concepts of time and many others. They use symbols. 

Viruses act in unbelievably clever and intelligent ways to infiltrate into cells and destroy them, using disguise and deception.

Scientists still try to explain intelligence away by invoking evolution and natural selection like they try to explain away almost everything including consciousness.

Fact is that nature is totally permeated by intelligence on all levels. 
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Nov.29.2012
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Nov.29.2012
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Nov.29.2012
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Nov.29.2012
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Nov.29.2012
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heard a dog's mouth is cleaner than a human's

is that before or after they lick their balls

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Nov.29.2012
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Fact is that nature is totally permeated by intelligence on all levels. 


Addendum:  Well, almost all levels .....
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Nov.29.2012
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vertical line The dogs are out in the back yard, so use to chasing tennis balls but now the snow has covered them. And it's warm enough to make snowballs, for them to chase, as I just did, make one, and threw it across the deck to chase. Now the dog has snow ball in his mouth and torn it into pieces, flakes again. What is this world coming to? Water balls!?
Floating words.
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Nov.29.2012
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vertical line The 2 younger dogs are inside, the oldest one is still out there, half blind and deaf, wanting something. I have an apple core in my hand, the hand I am, and will divide and take out the seeds to plant next spring, and throw the rest to the dogs! But wait until I hear a bark.

Can't sit here forever. Can too.two
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Ape intellect and apian intellect

From the New Scientist  24 November, 2012

 

“Researchers have found that bees can count, read symbols and solve problems that would perplex some of the smartest mammals. Some have an eye for art appreciation, having been trained to pick either Monet or Picasso's paintings from a choice of the two artists' work. They may even have a form of self-awareness, and all of this with a brain the size of a pinhead.”

Truly astounding.

And some of us humans still don’t have any form of self-awareness even with brains five times that size (e.g. psychology researchers.)

 

 

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Nov.29.2012
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