- In a message dated 5/11/05 10:35:34 PM, email@example.com writes:Message 1 of 36 , May 12, 2005View SourceIn a message dated 5/11/05 10:35:34 PM, kyobo@... writes:
<< If everyone who attained birth and therefore nirvana became a bodhisattva
their own bodhisattva thing, what need would there be for Amida's Vow? This
what the essay I excerpted was all about.
With palms together,
If, indeed. I think there is little risk of that occurring
any time soon!! I think Amida's Vow is going to be with
us sentient beings for muchas kalpas to come. <smile>
- ... Another example of how the Dharma is not merely an intellectual exercise. Nice to see all the recent messages. RobertMessage 36 of 36 , May 12, 2005View Source--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Kyobo Peter Skye <kyobo@a...> quoted:
>Another example of how the Dharma is not merely
> "Eight inches strong, it is my favourite thing;
> If I'm alone at night, I embrace it fully -
> A beautiful woman hasn't touched it for ages.
> Within my fundoshi there is an entire universe!"
an intellectual exercise.
Nice to see all the recent messages.