If I had not discovered Buddhism, I think I would just be re-reading the Tao Te Ching and the I-Ching at night and experiencing pleasant feelings from reading them, but I would still be longing for something deeper.
What do you think you'd be doing now if you had never discovered Buddhism?
I produced the circumstance of encountering Buddhism in this life. I then would have been not I if I did not so. Another circumstantial production which is not I.
But as I be circumstance in presentation I never encounters Buddhism. Circumstance it is that encounters the thing called I to meet the thing called Buddhism.
Niether I nor Buddhism nor appearence really exists. So no I may encounter Buddhism in this life.
Nothing may be met and nothing may be not met. Nothing as well may be found to be living nor dead, nor not living.
So..... being not smart.....I would not probably understand that
So I would not be as happy as I am smiling away. On this thread
Luke wrote:What do you think you'd be doing now if you had never discovered Buddhism?
I'd most likely be focusing soley on my career like all my family and friends.
- How foolish you are,
grasping the letter of the text and ignoring its intention!
https://www.academia.edu/25482900/WHAT_ ... _OF_STRESS
With Buddhism, I understand why life is meaningless.
There is no knowing.
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