Dharma/Dhamma

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Dharma/Dhamma

Postby Dave The Seeker » Sun Dec 18, 2011 1:12 pm

Is there a difference in these two?
Other than possibly different "schools" of Buddhism?

The definitions of both, as far as I can tell, they are really the same.

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Re: Dharma/Dhamma

Postby Paul » Sun Dec 18, 2011 1:15 pm

Just different languages - Sanskrit and Pali respectively.
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"Do not block your six senses; delight in them with joy and ease.
All that you take pleasure in will strengthen the awakened state.
With such a confidence, empowered by the regal state of natural mind,
The training now is simply this: lets your six senses be at ease and free." - Princess Parani
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Re: Dharma/Dhamma

Postby Dave The Seeker » Sun Dec 18, 2011 1:27 pm

Thank you.
Everyday problems teach us to have a realistic attitude.
They teach us that life is what life is; flawed.
Yet with tremendous potential for joy and fulfillment.
~Lama Surya Das~

If your path teaches you to act and exert yourself correctly and leads to spiritual realizations such as love, compassion and wisdom then obviously it's worthwhile.
~Lama Thubten Yeshe~

One whose mind is freed does not argue with anyone, he does not dispute with anyone. He makes use of the conventional terms of the world without clinging to them
~The Buddha~
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