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  In the early days of the Meiji era there lived a well-known wrestler called O-nami, Great Waves. O-nami was immensely strong and knew the art of wrestling. In his private bouts he defeated even his teacher, but in public he was so bashful... continue...

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→→→→ vertical line TOPIC: BUDDHA'S WAS NOT UNDERSTOOD
vertical line Posted on Dec.08.2012 @ 11:34AM EDT by leoj99

Buddha: His Life and Teachings
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Reply from Joe Chip
Dec.08.2012
12:44PM EDT 
vertical line Watch your step - Buddha's Big Business.
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Reply from football
Dec.10.2012
07:09PM EDT 
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Quote: "Buddha's was not understood. "
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Is it because the Buddha's not clear? Of course not.

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Reply from so_teh
Dec.10.2012
07:24PM EDT 
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