397Re: [U-Zendo] suffering
- Jul 9, 2007Thanks for your replies. Of course, I do understand
that suffering and pain are different things. Still, it seems implicit in
everything that has been said that suffering is bad, that is, it is
something to be avoided. Now, this seems perfectly natural in a relative
way of thinking, but if we are refraining from separating the good from
the bad, why is there anything to avoid? Of course, this seems the
*purpose* of refraining from separating the good from the bad, i.e. to
avoid suffering. It seems that if you want to avoid something, then you
believe that thing is bad, even if you refrain from calling it such.
I remain confused, as usual.
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