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    Good householder Angelo, good friends of good Angelo,

    it's seldom to meet people who have deep respect of hospitality, welcome and Zuvorkommenheit (no proper english word), and worthy to praise.

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    Hello, Samana, I’m happy to see you in the forum. You welcome! I see that you are a Buddhist, if I am correct, and I am quite ignorant about Buddhism. This is a great chance for me to improve my knowledge about it, I am sure I will learn a lot from you.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Angelo Cannata View Post
      Hello, Samana, I’m happy to see you in the forum. You welcome! I see that you are a Buddhist, if I am correct, and I am quite ignorant about Buddhism. This is a great chance for me to improve my knowledge about it, I am sure I will learn a lot from you.
      Only Arahats have destroyed all ignorance in regard of the Dhamma, yet those who once listened to it with proper attention are already within the stream of ending of the root cause of stress and suffering, good householder Angelo.

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      • #4
        My person thinks it's maybe better to leave good householder and his realm again, leaving just this tiny door behind. It's all a total different way and hardly ever could a western/modern minded find roots on the path of the Noble Ones, requiring to leave home, one's stand. Much joy with all your good undertakings and may their fruits always appear quick and traceable so that faith in skilful increases to it's fullness. Of course may one always feel given and welcome, there, in boarderlands.

        metta&mudita

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        • #5
          I’m sorry to see your discomfort about the cultural differences between West and Buddhism. The reason why I created this website and this forum is exactly about differences, different spiritualities: I believe that they can enrich each other through dialogue, rather than competing about which one is better, which one is the right way. Let me know if you would like your account to be removed from this forum.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Angelo Cannata View Post
            I’m sorry to see your discomfort about the cultural differences between West and Buddhism. The reason why I created this website and this forum is exactly about differences, different spiritualities: I believe that they can enrich each other through dialogue, rather than competing about which one is better, which one is the right way. Let me know if you would like your account to be removed from this forum.
            Phenomenas have courses, good Angelo. Without it's condition, things do not arise. When there is grave wrong view, the path can not develop. When there is no base, nothing can be build on. Modern world has enveloped already strong toward all kinds of grave wrong view, closing up not only beyond but even refined realms. Modern people are for example incapable to accept that there is right and wrong. And wise do not competing, so nothing to worry here. They even do not close up ways that one could follow the old, yet disappearing, path. It's not that wise are those who ever resist and struggle on in circles.

            It seems, because good Angelo now suggested again to remove the account, that good Angelo would feel lesser disturbed when deleting possible not own-supportive. Good householder is free to do what ever he thinks to be supportive for his long term happiness.

            So good then. Access stays open for one desires toward such.

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