Huifeng wrote:To paraphase the late great mahatma Gandhi: Be the change you want to see in the world.
Paul wrote:In my experience there are people whose posts are definitely worth considering seriously and others whose should be taken with a pinch of salt.
Paul wrote:What I think is the cause in 90% of people who reply in that way is a desire to test their understanding or experience. This is extra common with young guys.
catmoon wrote:On the bright side, we have one poster -Muni - who I don't think has ever posted anything without purely beneficial intent. And there are several others who only rarely allow themselves to be subtly grouchy.
Check out the stuff Will posts, and Ven. Huifeng. Nothing but helpfulness and Dharma. These people, and others like them, are the real stars of Dharma Wheel.
gregkavarnos wrote:Yes! It's just you dharmakitty, you are the one to blame! It's all your fault. The gall! I mean imagine that, she reckons that it's my superiority complex and egoism that's to blame. Must be completely daft and unenlightened to even begin to believe something like that! Pfffft!!!
Tree wrote:I think it's something to be wary of. Years ago, when E-sangha was just new (I was like member number 350 or something), the online Buddhist community was very respectful and helpful.
Something changed, and for the worst.
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