clarification on 'belittling other paths'

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Re: clarification on 'belittling other paths'

Post by Santi253 » Sun Jul 23, 2017 8:46 am

Dhammomhi wrote:i said that i didn't think mahayana was real buddhism in a different thread
Try telling that to a Zen master. You might get hit with a stick.
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Re: clarification on 'belittling other paths'

Post by Dhammarakkhito » Mon Jul 24, 2017 2:19 am

violence is incompatible with buddhism. not sure if a moderator deleted my comment or if i never posted it, but i'm not going to be shy on that point
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Re: clarification on 'belittling other paths'

Post by retrofuturist » Mon Jul 24, 2017 4:05 am

Greetings,
Dhammomhi wrote:not sure if a moderator deleted my comment or if i never posted it, but i'm not going to be shy on that point
What happened to your original post which instigated this topic has already been explained above...

If you're referring to a more recent post of yours, the logs say you deleted one of your own posts 5 or so hours ago with the note "friend already posted same thing"... so at this point, I have no idea what you're doing or why.

It's time to step back a minute...

In light of the various miscommunications involved, you have been invited to redo your original post, but if you choose to do so, please do so ensuring it is compliant with the Terms of Service.

Thank you.

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