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  • Re: Third Precept...beyond adultery

    Hey @Bunks you are a good guy and a good father and am certain you treat people well. Definitely don't beat yourself up as the world needs more good people like yourself.
    Best wishes to you and I am certain your path will take you in the right direction. You meditate, you reflect, you change, you adapt. Keep following your path.

    Bunksdhammachick
  • Re: What is the duality?

    If you understand it why did you name the thread "What is the duality?"

    What do you mean by "you people" ?

    dhammachick
  • Re: suffering/Dukka

    dhammachickDhammaDragon
  • Re: What is the duality?

    @DhammaDragon said:

    @Hozan said:
    I don't mean to fry minds in the small hours of the morning but contemplate this.....
    What is the Triality?

    I can guess overthinking is indulging in duality.
    And dukkha.
    Two for the price of one.
    Second arrow...

    Quite so!

    DhammaDragonupekka
  • Re: Book of Eights: General comments

    Already I love the reference to "santi" or peace. I also love the lack of delving into anything supernatural or mystical. This is the practicality and pragmatism that drew me to Buddhism in the first place! It is interesting to see a take on a religion before it was a religion. Just like "chinese whispers" how many religions changed from their initial message by additions and subtractions over the millenia? Most if not all.

    DhammaDragonpersonKerome