65789Re: [dsg] Away for a Week
- Dec 1, 2006Hi, Sarah (and Han) -
Thank you very much for the following, Sarah. You are very kind - as
In a message dated 12/1/06 12:40:36 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> Hi Howard, (Han &all),/Thus is how ye shall see all this fleeting world: A star at dawn, a bubble
> --- upasaka@... wrote:
> > We're leaving for the Dallas area tomorrow for a week's visit.
> >our granddaughter, Sophie's, first birthday, a fact for which we are
> S: Quite a first year and a real celebration that she's doing so well.
> Have a lovely time with her, as I know you will:-).
> May I just add here that the recent sensitive on-going discussions which
> have concerned you so much have been extremely helpful for everyone to
> reflect on, I would suspect. I'd like to particularly thank you in
> this regard as, like you, I think we all need to consider a lot whether
> our actions follow our words and whether they really manifest in our daily
> lives. I know you are always very sincere and honest in this regard.
> (I was also glad to hear about Rita's work too).
> I plan on keeping in touch with the list while
> >away but
> >probably less than usual. Be well, all. :-)
> S: Thx for keeping us informed and pls do keep in touch while you're away.
> I'm sure that even those who have a very different understanding from you
> on certain topics appreciate the opportunity you give them for voicing
> those understandings in their own voices and styles:-).
> I'm sure Han would also sympathise with your recent concerns and have been
> following the discussions closely. Han, can I encourage you to add any of
> your reflections on the sotapanna-sila/reasons for not killing/mixed
> motives whilst 'doing good' and other recent controversial topics?
in a stream, a flash of lightning in a summer cloud, a flickering lamp, a
phantom, and a dream./ (From the Diamond Sutra)
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