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came about very close to him and showed its friendliness. The Buddha first
was> dearly to the little deer a little bit, then he grasped a little stick next to
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→→→→ vertical line TOPIC: DO NOT BELIEVE IN BELIEVING
vertical line Posted on Mar.03.2013 @ 08:14PM EDT by leoj99

Do Not Believe in Believing

Do Not Believe in Believing


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Reply from *CSEe*
Mar.03.2013
09:39PM EDT 
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Believing increases "self" ...............and with causes existance , causes joy and suffering ...causes life .................

" Do not believe" is also due to desire , emotion ...that also lead to increase "self"........also causes existance , causes joy and suffering ................

buddhism is self realization without having desire to create emotion but is a condition of self realization ...

Thks

CSEe 

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