|Advise - D60vsD80|
Advise - D60vsD80
Jun. 11th, 2008 @ 12:38 pm
Baddass me: "tough" is relative, right? Certainly I've never owned a gun or robbed a liquor store, but beyond that, what you saw was what you got. It really depends on what you think we're supposed to be doing here in this life, and how you should be interracting with people, or what they mean in relation to you and your life. For a good long while, I thought those interractions were supposed to be aggressive and violent. Balanced, of course, but I wouldn't describe myself as good hearted. I mean, I just didn't think I was supposed to be, you know? What changed was just an interest in learning how to cope with death. I knew I'd have to eventually. And I got married, so...there was suddenly someone I couldn't imagine coping with losing. When you open yourself to Buddhism (or does buddhism open itself to you?), the Buddha brings with him all of these reasons that can be held to a scientific standard, for wanting to be good to each other. And that's where I'm at. Truly, a devil in meditation and in love with each new person I meet.
That said, this is in no way a new LJ account. I'm constantly growing, evolving and learning, and yet I don't update any of my profile info or pictures.
The link: LMAO what's with you and these fantastic links? You're wonderful! lol
Totally relative but relative to what? To everything. So than to nothing, hmmm:)
Am reading Hardcore Zen it is so good so am a bit out there right now.
By good hearted I meant compassionate, I get the vibe that you are
very nice and it has been a pleasure to chat.
I highly reccommend this book, it's really amazing.
About the links, I like to do the relative thing:) squares, triangles, circles;
According to this book, I am talking to a part of myself,
that is you, and vise versa, must be amazing:)
Plus it confirms that we are all to an extent anti social,
no need to be neurotic about it, thank you for making me feel
wonderful, that's the other book: 'there is nothing wrong with you'.
relative to the present, it always comes back to that, but where did it go to have to come back to it? funny stuff
You know, I'm going to post it here because I'm not sure how healthy buddy's sense of humor is, and I know you get your comments in e-mail:
After ocha_no_hanashi said,
"Brad Warner teaches adharma, or false dharma. He and his teacher are proponents of ucchedavada, which propose that a mind ceases to exist completely upon demise of the flesh. This is completely cotrary to Buddhism."
your correct response should have been,
"I am the opposite I want the square to be a circle
and then a triangle:) back to square one:)
lol:) I tend to take value from whatever/whomever I can, did start reading the link he shared it's a great book too.
Namaste my friend!
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