Breaking the one vow

Re: Breaking the one vow

Postby Blue Garuda » Sun Apr 15, 2012 5:40 pm

AlexanderS wrote:
Ogyen wrote:
AlexanderS wrote:Out of couriosity what was the vow? If it's´true private, then of ´course dont tell me.


I will not engage in divisive speech.


Okay, none of my buisiness anyway.


LOL :) Ogyen's vow was 'not to engage in divisive speech'. :)
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Re: Breaking the one vow

Postby Ogyen » Sun Apr 15, 2012 5:43 pm

Blue Garuda wrote:
Ogyen wrote:
AlexanderS wrote:Out of couriosity what was the vow? If it's´true private, then of ´course dont tell me.


I will not engage in divisive speech.


LOL :) Ogyen's vow was 'not to engage in divisive speech'. :)


and yet... here I am posting on a forum... :rolling:
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Re: Breaking the one vow

Postby Blue Garuda » Sun Apr 15, 2012 7:21 pm

Ogyen wrote:
and yet... here I am posting on a forum... :rolling:


No that's fine. :)

I just thought that Alexander S had assumed you were refusing to answer him, as opposed to describing the vow. ;)
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Re: Breaking the one vow

Postby AlexanderS » Mon Apr 16, 2012 9:10 am

Blue Garuda wrote:
Ogyen wrote:
and yet... here I am posting on a forum... :rolling:


No that's fine. :)

I just thought that Alexander S had assumed you were refusing to answer him, as opposed to describing the vow. ;)


I did :) lol
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Re: Breaking the one vow

Postby Ogyen » Mon Apr 16, 2012 5:23 pm

oh jeez - I feel slow. LOL... I didn't even catch that, I just didn't understand the (Alexander S) response... :namaste: Divisive speech is indeed the vow I was referring to.
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Re: Breaking the one vow

Postby Pero » Mon Apr 16, 2012 5:51 pm

Namdrol wrote:Vows work like this -- when you break them, the break only lasts for a single day. You confess, and you move on with your life.

I would also like to know what's with the clay pot analogy then?
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