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Thank you Brian and thank you members of the forum
this is my last OP
A thought occured to me after the meditation of the last night to share the experience with you all
Whether you read this further or not, whether you think there is a point in these writing or not, whether you try to see it for yourself or not, i consider it is my duty to let you know
you may be a veteran or new comer to Buddha's Teaching
However i start from the ground, so veterans have to tolerate
As you know already our world consists of the 'things' we know
that knowlege we have got through our six sense bases
suppose you never heard a fruit called 'Dodan', now you know there is a fruit called 'Dodan'
since the eye contacted the above line on the screen, now you know there is a fruit called 'Dodan' and your world is expanded with the word 'Dodan' and the knowledge of the fruit called 'Dodan'
but still you do not know the shape or the colour of until someone or i expain or show it to you
you do not know the smell or the taste of it or how it feels
before you read about 'Dodan', it wasn't in your world
this is the same with 'everything' in our world
You can test this yourself
what can you see around you: wall, chair, bus, car, man, woman, dog, cat etc.
what can you hear around you: a door bang, a bird chirp, a man singing, a woman talk, a dog bark etc.
similarly about smell, taste, and feel
Whenever eye cantact an object, eye doesn't say the name of the object or the object doesn't say the name of it or the name isn't written on the object
If so how can we know the name of the object at the moment we see or hear or smell or taste or feel?
Test this yourself several times and try to grasp what these writing trying to cionvince
by doing so you can get the point
if i give the answer here it would be another knowledge in your world
it is like you look at the finger instead of looking at the moon
If you need any clarification you can PM me, and we can discuss with according to your understanding
use the eye, ear, nose, tongue, and body to test
the writing so far is for the beginners to Buddha's Teaching
I come back for those who know (experience) these things already in this point of view