Dear Kanchana, thank you. Only the dhamma can help us, that is true. I am glad to see you here in dsg, Nina.Oct 2, 2012 1 of 125View SourceDear Kanchana,
thank you. Only the dhamma can help us, that is true.
I am glad to see you here in dsg,
Op 2-okt-2012, om 8:45 heeft Kanchana het volgende geschreven:
> Dear Nina,
> May your deep understanding in dhamma comfort you in this sad
Hi RobE, ... Being the proud ignoramus that I am, freedom from suffering is only ever temporary / temporal. And that can t be any other way, can it? ... --Nov 8, 2012 125 of 125View SourceHi RobE,
On 4 November 2012 12:31, Robert E <epsteinrob@...> wrote:
> Hi Herman.
> --- In email@example.com, Herman <hhofmeister@...> wrote:
> > > But it wouldn't be unfair to say that ignorance in Buddhism is also a
> > > of skill. But then we'd have to talk about what skill means in that
> > >
> > >
> > I would say, in the broadest possible terms. that skill in the Buddhist
> > context is knowing how to not suffer.
> I think that's skipping to the conclusion. I would say echoing those terms
> that skill is knowing how to follow the path to end suffering. It's
> gradual. No one knows how to not suffer until they get to the end, and you
> can't skip steps.
Being the proud ignoramus that I am, freedom from suffering is only ever
temporary / temporal. And that can't be any other way, can it?
> Rob E.
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