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One of the most difficult things to assimulate is how transformative the lay path can be and how futile desperate paths are. Eventually the very conditions/karma come back manyfold.
The Buddha fails to bring up his son and ends up with Ananda, and a sangha of life refugees . . .
Nobody can give you a true answer to that question.
You'll have to find the answer yourself, inside you.
But, just for fun, read what comment comes up as my signature when I log off.
Did you think it was not there--
in your wife's lovely face
in your baby's laughter?
Did you think you had to go elsewhere (simply) to find it?
from - Judyth Collin
The Layman's Lament
From What Book, 1998, p. 52
Edited by Gary Gach
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