catmoon wrote:I'm not sure that there is anything wrong there. For all we know, it was inevitable that he would change his mind. We don't know that Buddhahood implies instant and complete omniscience. Note that in order to perceive those few with little dust in their eyes, Buddha had to make use of his newly acquired powers. Perhaps the occasion to do that simple had not arisen yet.
Astus wrote:1. The Dharma is not easy to understand.
2. At that time only Siddhartha understood it.
3. The great Brahma implored the Buddha to teach, acknowledging him as superior and as a buddha.
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