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The fool may be known by his deeds. Likewise, the wise one may be known by his deeds. Wisdom is manifested by one’s deeds. https://suttacentral.net/en/an3.2 And One who sees the Dhamma sees me and on… (View Post)
Sirimanda Rain soddens what's covered & doesn't sodden what's exposed. So open up what's covered up, so that it won't get soddened by the rain. Attacked by death is the world, surrounded by aging… (View Post)
At Savatthi. Then, early in the morning, Upacala the nun put on her robes and, taking her bowl & outer robe, went into Savatthi for alms. When she had gone for alms in Savatthi and had returned f… (View Post)
One whose faith in the Tathāgata is settled, fixed, established, firm, unshaken by any monk or brahmin, by any god, Māra, Brahma or anyone in the world, can confidently say: ‘I am the true child of t… (View Post)
(Quote) Its tricky. I used in the Buddhist perspective but added where appropriate in my experience, I know this....from my school, I know that....in my studies I found out this. Im talking with a Ba… (View Post)