dharmagoat wrote:So where did the sunsets go?
catmoon wrote:I guess when everyone is a Buddha it will be kind of redundant. We'll all be sitting around chatting like this:
BobtheBuddha: Remember the good old days? All those glorious struggles, the epic successes and the glorious defeats?
BorattheBuddha: Yes I remember them perfectly actually. It was awful.
BobtheBuddha: Well yes it was, sometimes, but there were those amazing moments like your first kiss, and mastering Chopin, and fresh water after a hard days' work. Good old days they were.
BushtheBuddha: Dukkha, all dukkha, you can't just sit there being nostalgic about it!
BobtheBudhha: I suppose you're right. Still and all I remember some grand sunsets. So how are you doing, George?
BushtheBuddha: Perfect of course. We're all perfect, remember?
BorattheBuddha. Yes. Perfect. Blissful. Serene. At complete and undisturbed peace with all things.
BobtheBuddha: Yes indeed. Perfect. Quite perfect. All tasks completed, all maras defeated, all mantras recited. Done. Finito.
BobtheBuddha: So, has anybody read any good books lately?
The mundane man's mundane perception of enlightenment.
Music wrote:As science uncovers more and more aspects of the truth, religous ideas became redundant.....So what I am saying is, is Buddhism (like religions of the past) just filling a temporary gap in knowledge, and once technology fills that gap ... will it also vanish?
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