PeterB wrote:I did not comment on Fabianfred's tale. I was offering an explanation for the reactions of those who did.
MJH wrote:Just so people know, I believe that fabianfred has ordained.
I want to ordain..but....debt
Just something to keep in mind when and how we address him.
jcsuperstar wrote:superior to rural Thai folk
alan wrote:Whether or not he has ordained doesn't matter much. The story is boring and pointless.
Bubbabuddhist wrote:It seems to have attracted the anhedoniacs of the Buddhist world. Which is too bad, I've found the longer I've practiced the more I've learned to as they say, lighten up. May all sentient beings find something to laugh about once in a while.
Mawkish1983 wrote:I was taught from an early age to question what I don't understand. I don't understand this story, so I questioned it. I meant no disrespect and apologise if the way in which my posts are read does not match my intention.
So back to the story, what does 'Buddha is fake' mean? Does it mean that Nibbana is unobtainable and, if so, how does anecdotal evidence of reincarnation suggest that Nibbana is obtainable?
Respectfully, I just don't get it.
bodom wrote:In the "read" is only the "read"..thus should you train yourselves Dhammawheel members. When for you there will be only the "read" in the "read" then, Dhammawheel members, there is no you in terms of that. When there is no you in terms of that, there is no you there. When there is no you there, you are neither here nor yonder nor between the two. This, just this, is the end of stress."
mikenz66 wrote:Hi J,
Thanks for extending my vocabulary: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anhedonia
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