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Re: Karma, Rebirth and Animals

Postby beeblebrox » Sat Nov 17, 2012 12:38 am

Micheal Kush wrote:[ . . . ] that no matter who they are, what distinction we have from them, endless respect is monumentally better than subtle scolding. But as fellow friend, It is more important for you to look back at the incident with the monk and radiate loving kindness and hopes he finds his peace.

May we all be liberated from samsara, Mike


Hi Mike, I agree, that is definitely something that I need to work on. I appreciate you giving me a chance, and thank you for the opportunity for me to say so.

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Re: Karma, Rebirth and Animals

Postby Micheal Kush » Sat Nov 17, 2012 12:58 am

beeblebrox wrote:
Micheal Kush wrote:[ . . . ] that no matter who they are, what distinction we have from them, endless respect is monumentally better than subtle scolding. But as fellow friend, It is more important for you to look back at the incident with the monk and radiate loving kindness and hopes he finds his peace.

May we all be liberated from samsara, Mike


Hi Mike, I agree, that is definitely something that I need to work on. I appreciate you giving me a chance, and thank you for the opportunity for me to say so.

:anjali:


Anytime. Just keep striving, be healthy and hope you find your own peace aswell.

And metta to all beings aswell, Mike
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