Sorry-- how does mahayana take it further?meindzai wrote:
But when emptiness starts being applied to the path itself is where I'd perhaps start to see Theravadins cringing a bit. One might reference the simile of the raft, oft quoted in both traditions, but I think Mahayana takes it a bit further.
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- Tue Feb 09, 2010 1:50 am
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So, I was diagnosed with Bi-Polar disorder many years ago. And I definitely have issues that would fall under the scope of that; but I know there has to be a better way than chemicals to get things under control. My biggest issue is poor impulse control, which usually leads to me getting angry over...
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