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vertical line Posted on Feb.12.2013 @ 07:41PM EDT by football

thank you

is a very good word.

Even when a bad thing happen say simply 'thank you'.

Or let's say a very different thing has happened say simply 'thank you'.

Or What ever it happens just say 'thank you'.


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Feb.12.2013
08:24PM EDT 
vertical line thanks thanks thanks
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Reply from esoteric
Feb.13.2013
09:01AM EDT 
vertical line Yes. :-)
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Reply from frozenaomi
Feb.13.2013
01:30PM EDT 
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vertical line Thank you
     =^.^=
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Reply from so_teh
Feb.13.2013
03:03PM EDT 
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vertical line In Gratitude...
To Accept things as it is
To Honor the best qualities
To Enlighten the imperfections
To Flower into love and compassion
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Reply from boymonk
Feb.14.2013
06:05PM EDT 
vertical line Quote: "In Gratitude...
To Accept things as it is
To Honor the best qualities
To Enlighten the imperfections
To Flower into love and compassion
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.........

gOObye
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Reply from *CSEe*
Feb.14.2013
07:28PM EDT 
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Just sharing , sorry in advance . In human culture of all races ...saying "thank you" is a gesture of respect , polilteness and is accepted as a great action .........But in my current understanding of Buddhism , one need to say it all moment of his life , each moment as he lives because all beings is providing him knowledge , understanding , factor of realization , experiences to un-cover , discover himself ........so not limited to any special action but is a emotion .

In Buddhism one will feel the need , without anger even to the killer of his love one because he provided a chance to discover his emotions towards his love love and the killer .............all beings regardless their action is providing us a lesson to discover ourselves and being a teacher to us ................................thank you . BUT in my current condition with full of emotion / polluted energy , I will certainly kill the killer of my love one ...I still need to learn , thank you for teaching me.

Thks

CSEe

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Reply from esoteric
Feb.15.2013
02:43AM EDT 
vertical line Please.

Thank you.

You're welcome.
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