The Buddha: “Yes, Kalamas, you may well doubt, you may well be uncertain. In a doubtful matter, uncertainty does arise. Come, Kalamas, do not [make a basis for religious beliefs] an authoritative tradition maintained by ...continue reading...
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extracted from Kalama Sutta:
Yes, you may well doubt. You may well be uncertain. In a doubtful matter, uncertainty does arise. Come with me and listen…
1.Do not [make the basis for a belief] based on an unbroken succession of teaching [or of teachers].