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a bit of buddhism that seems to fit our site

 
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This was posted at reddit today.  I though i would share it here since it seems to apply to some stuff we have talked about earlier.

"To study Buddhism and then use it as a weapon in order to criticize others' theories or ideologies is wrong. The very purpose of religion is to control yourself, not to criticize others." ~ The Dalai Lama



 
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Love that man

he's also a big fan of scientific thinking, which might seem contrary for a spiritual leader, but ain't

check it out

http://www.dalailama.com/messages/buddhism/science-and-religion
 
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Under the theory of earth being alive
she's the biggest Buddhist of all

Better to glean (gather)
the best part of each religion
and formulate your own
that comes from the heart
not just writings.
 
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Mentioned in today's podcast:

http://www.richsoil.com/permaculture/420-podcast-071-being-noble/

 
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