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This question was raised on a spiritual forum and I don't understand what they're getting at with the first sentence or two:
"Buddhism seems to teach that existence has a cause and that cause is clinging to existence, good or bad.
Is this why Buddhists don't want to come back?
It is such a sad religion from my perspective but then again
I can't imagine what lies beyond existence."
Can anyone interpret what they're trying to get at or does anyone feel they have simply misunderstood Buddhism?
(I especially don't get the very first part about existence having a cause.)