Great teachers know. that student ask the same question over and over again.Jayantha-NJ wrote:haha, the more into becoming a monastic I' am the more I feel like avoiding Buddhist forums! so much of it is the same thing over and over and people enjoy debating and disputing too much.SarathW wrote:Sadhu, Sadhu, Sadhu
You have selected a very appropriate topic for the occasion.
It appears you try to cramp lot of information in a very short time.
It is very informative and very interesting.
You handle the Q&A very well.
I invite you to participate more in our Dhamma Wheel discussions.
I do feel it is important for some monastics to have an online presence though, in fact I am doing teachings at the Buddha Center twice a month, returning to my old sangha on second life to give back to a place that was so instrumental in my own Buddhist journey.
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Buddha answer the same questions many thousands ways until such time the student understand it.
The way some students ask question is by the style of debating. (eg. Malinda Pannha)
Great thing about teaching is, you learn about your own mistakes as well.