I don't "need" to. Obviously you did not read all my previous post.oushi wrote:Why do you need to divide truth into two, when both are true?
Does "heads" contradict "tails"? NO!Maybe because those two truths contradict each other.
Yes, well...You simply have left and right brain hemispheres with separate awareness building one experience. On the left you have samsara, one the right you have nirvana, two separated by the gateless gate (special function of the right hemisphere).
Mahayana and Christianity are the same???In hinayana they chase after nirvana, in Mahayana (and Christianity) it's all about the union of those two, because only by union the picture is unbroken and God is revealed.
If there are two (divided) how can they be one (unified)? If they are unified (one) how can they be divided (two)? How can something be one (unified) and two (divided) at the same time? How can something be neither one (unified) nor two (divided)?As you can see, the union of the internal and external creates all, and as such it was called Creator, or the Source. As it encompasses all, it is Alfa and Omega. As it is nothing but vivid play of presence, it is called Buddha.
Back to the cushion we go!