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→→→→ vertical line TOPIC: IF YOU BELIEVE IN IMPERMANENCE
vertical line Posted on Sep.20.2013 @ 12:43AM EDT by leoj99
If you believe in impermanence you say the body or something earthly is impermanent. Then you want something permanent or eternal. You eternally search for the thing that is eternal or immortal. But has anyone found that immortal thing?
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Reply from sit_teh
Sep.20.2013
01:01AM EDT 
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vertical line All views are wrong.

So...
See you tomorrow.
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Reply from leoj99
Sep.20.2013
01:58AM EDT 
vertical line I think many people even have the idea that their Buddha Nature is something eternal...LOL
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Reply from leoj99
Sep.20.2013
01:59AM EDT 
vertical line And maybe they even  practice zazen to become eternal....lol
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Reply from leoj99
Sep.20.2013
02:00AM EDT 
vertical line Or they practice zazen in search of that eternal thing...lol
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Reply from justin
Sep.20.2013
02:33AM EDT 
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vertical line notions so many notions !!
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Reply from Avisitor
Sep.20.2013
09:22PM EDT 
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vertical line I had suggested that Leo learn about the three marks of existence
impermanence, suffering and no self

He has since turned them into topics for discussion.
So what have you learned??
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Reply from leoj99
Sep.20.2013
11:06PM EDT 
vertical line Quote: "I had suggested that Leo learn about the three marks of existence
impermanence, suffering and no self

He has since turned them into topics for discussion.
So what have you learned??
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I learned that all those does not exists...lol.. they seem to exists only when you think but they don't really exists.
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