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Mon May 06, 2019 2:15 pm
this real physical body at first is a lump, nothing felt, nothing seen. If you want to feel your being(self) and then know that its aggravated and hence a dangerous period where when you don't sense and notice that state can lead you to certain damaging activities what make you decline. You need sense of self.
a drunk person needs wait till he gets sober naturally, he is no more drunk. The drunk person and sober person are one and the same.
Same is blue clothes wearing person now wears red clothes, it is same person. Difference is that in one case it is some social level whilst other is internal organs.
when you lose your physcal body here, and reborn in heaven you are the same person.
Let me ask you some things using a little bit of simple math and logic:
1) Do you agree with the 'law of identity' used in logic which tell us that X = X?
2) Do you agree that if I add and/or substract something to X, that new quatity is not X anymore?
3) Do you agree that if I add 1 to X, X+1 ≠ X?
If you agree on the above premises, then do you agree that if I change something in a person (however big or small that change might be), that person is not the same anymore?
If a person's feelings change, that person keeps being the same?
If a person's perceptions change, that person keeps being the same?
If a person's mental formations change, that person keeps being the same?
If a person's consciousness change, that person keeps being the same?
If the person's form changes (molecules, cells, connective tissue, etc.) that person keeps being the same?
Is person his feelings? His perception? His mental formations? His consciousness? His form?
Is that person the union of all of those? Something outside of them? Something within or underlying things? Something entirely different?
If you look at all the atoms and all the mental content of some X person just after being born, and you compare it to the "same" X person 60 years later, what stays constant?
If I copy all the contents and information from a PC, and then put it all on a laptop, are the PC and the laptop the same thing just because they share the information?
Or maybe it is the causal conections?
If I eat meat and then I poop the wastes of that food, are the food and the poop the same thing?