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Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.

Buddha

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].

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Memories play a major role in everything that we see, feel, create, and destroy. Without these memories, the thinking would be impossible.

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Tan Ajahn likes to tell us that things will be done "step by step." In his case he knows this is true. His life thus far is marked with accomplishments, all of them having been achieved by his mindful and 'one step at a time' practice.

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In earlier posts, I wrote that mind and consciousness do not have physical bodies. This is because I did not want to confuse the readers and due to the fact that these two are unseen.

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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 ...

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