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Some reactions (by the 4NT numbers)
* Consider that dissatisfaction is a function of pleasure - that greater pleasure necessarily means greater dissatisfaction. Now, factor in the diminishing re… ((more))
It's probably most helpful to think of buddha-nature more as a verb - as the process that drives human experience in its various manifestations (thought, perception, etc.). And with that perspective,… ((more))
Certain insights are really a matter of putting calmness (tranquility) into proper perspective. To that end, yes, tranquility is required for most insight. But as we see from the Anupada S… ((more))
The Buddhist notion of wisdom doesn't come with age, doesn't come from travel (worldliness), doesn't come from texts, doesn't come from who you hang with. It only (ultimately) comes from w… ((more))