Putting someone out of their misery

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Pema Rigdzin
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Re: Putting someone out of their misery

Postby Pema Rigdzin » Sat Jan 21, 2012 4:25 am

AdmiralJim wrote:...if there is no self then I see no reason for a retributive effect on something that comes after. Confused


There is no self on the ultimate level, i.e. there is no fundamental, uncompounded, immutable essence that is self; but relatively speaking, there is a self in terms of there being a compounded continuum that functions and experiences.

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Re: Putting someone out of their misery

Postby Pema Rigdzin » Sat Jan 21, 2012 4:30 am

Ryoto wrote:
Thug4lyfe wrote:Best thing to do is to chant the Buddha's name to da soon to die, not to mention commit meritrious deeds on their behalf!


You're giving out Dharma advice with a name like that? Is this a joke or something? :rolling:


It would seem even odder to judge a person based on his screen name rather than on the content of his post. Besides that, I think you'll find our friend "thug4lyfe" isn't exactly being serious about the thug thing.

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Re: Putting someone out of their misery

Postby catmoon » Sat Jan 21, 2012 7:22 am

Getting back to the OP, what happened to the bunny?
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Re: Putting someone out of their misery

Postby Tenso » Sat Jan 21, 2012 6:30 pm

Pema Rigdzin wrote:
Ryoto wrote:
Thug4lyfe wrote:Best thing to do is to chant the Buddha's name to da soon to die, not to mention commit meritrious deeds on their behalf!


You're giving out Dharma advice with a name like that? Is this a joke or something? :rolling:


It would seem even odder to judge a person based on his screen name rather than on the content of his post. Besides that, I think you'll find our friend "thug4lyfe" isn't exactly being serious about the thug thing.


I have a dream that one day all men and women on Dharmawheel will not be judged on their usernames, but on the content of their posts.

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Re: Putting someone out of their misery

Postby Inge » Sat Jan 21, 2012 6:48 pm

catmoon wrote:Getting back to the OP, what happened to the bunny?
She is alive, the infection seems to be getting better, so maybe the wound will heal.

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Re: Putting someone out of their misery

Postby Mr. G » Sat Jan 21, 2012 6:52 pm

Inge wrote:
catmoon wrote:Getting back to the OP, what happened to the bunny?
She is alive, the infection seems to be getting better, so maybe the wound will heal.


That's good news Inge! :smile:
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    grasping the letter of the text and ignoring its intention!
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Re: Putting someone out of their misery

Postby kirtu » Sat Jan 21, 2012 10:27 pm

Inge wrote:
catmoon wrote:Getting back to the OP, what happened to the bunny?
She is alive, the infection seems to be getting better, so maybe the wound will heal.


Excellent news! May the bunny heal quickly and live a full and happy life.

THADYATA OM BEYKANZE BEYKANZE MAHABEYKANZE RAJA SAMUGATE SOHA

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Re: Putting someone out of their misery

Postby Madeliaette » Sun Jan 22, 2012 6:26 pm

Glad to hear the news is positive. (Only just catching up on threads and just caught this one, so i am a bit late.) I don't know about rabbits much - but I know that pigeons, dogs, cats all react favorably to some types of music. It might help relax the rabbit if you knew what type it responded to. Unfortunatel;y, I am not an expert on Rabbiots to suggest a genre/performer.... :shrug: (but if anyone ever has any pigeon problems.. I know just the thing to calm and relax a sick pigeon.)

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Re: Putting someone out of their misery

Postby Inge » Wed Jan 25, 2012 8:15 am

Padme died monday evening. Thank you for caring about her.

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Re: Putting someone out of their misery

Postby catmoon » Wed Jan 25, 2012 2:31 pm

May she bunny bounce her way to a most fortunate rebirth. Little Padme has, I think, been he the focus of much caring, and has been fortunate enough to be exposed to virtuous thoughts and Dharma. You have done a marvellous thing, Inge, and one day Padme will thank you for it.
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