Yes or No ...

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Yudron wrote:No.

Have you done "speed dating?"
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A person once asked me why I would want to stop rebirth. "It sounds pretty cool. Being able to come back. Who wouldn't want to be reborn."
I replied. "Wanting to be reborn is like wanting to stay in a jail cell, when you have the chance to go free and experience the whole wide world. Does a convict, on being freed from his shabby, constricting, little cell, suddenly say "I really want to go back to jail and be put in a cell. It sounds pretty cool. Being able to come back. Who wouldn't want that?"
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No! Just badly maiming him! :tongue:

Have you ever considered that your Buddhist practice is a complete and utter waste of time?
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gregkavarnos wrote:No! Just badly maiming him! :tongue:

Have you ever considered that your Buddhist practice is a complete and utter waste of time?
No. But I think my afflictions are sometimes so overwhelming that it nullifies my Buddhist practice.

Do you like cats?
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pueraeternus wrote:
gregkavarnos wrote:No! Just badly maiming him! :tongue:

Have you ever considered that your Buddhist practice is a complete and utter waste of time?
No. But I think my afflictions are sometimes so overwhelming that it nullifies my Buddhist practice.

Do you like cats?
I've never seen it.

Do you like Rent?
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shel wrote:
pueraeternus wrote:
gregkavarnos wrote:No! Just badly maiming him! :tongue:

Have you ever considered that your Buddhist practice is a complete and utter waste of time?
No. But I think my afflictions are sometimes so overwhelming that it nullifies my Buddhist practice.

Do you like cats?
I've never seen it.

Do you like Rent?
No.

Do you think you will be the next Buddha?
A person once asked me why I would want to stop rebirth. "It sounds pretty cool. Being able to come back. Who wouldn't want to be reborn."
I replied. "Wanting to be reborn is like wanting to stay in a jail cell, when you have the chance to go free and experience the whole wide world. Does a convict, on being freed from his shabby, constricting, little cell, suddenly say "I really want to go back to jail and be put in a cell. It sounds pretty cool. Being able to come back. Who wouldn't want that?"
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No. I was told it's a girls turn next. :cry:

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Yes of course! After you are reborn as a girl, that is!

Will you be roborn as a girl next lifetime?
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"Butchers, prostitutes, those guilty of the five most heinous crimes, outcasts, the underprivileged: all are utterly the substance of existence and nothing other than total bliss."
The Supreme Source - The Kunjed Gyalpo
The Fundamental Tantra of Dzogchen Semde
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gregkavarnos wrote:Yes of course! After you are reborn as a girl, that is!

Will you be roborn as a girl next lifetime?
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:emb: Well,that would be kind of awkward but it's possible.
Do you think you will be reborn as a deva in the next life?
A person once asked me why I would want to stop rebirth. "It sounds pretty cool. Being able to come back. Who wouldn't want to be reborn."
I replied. "Wanting to be reborn is like wanting to stay in a jail cell, when you have the chance to go free and experience the whole wide world. Does a convict, on being freed from his shabby, constricting, little cell, suddenly say "I really want to go back to jail and be put in a cell. It sounds pretty cool. Being able to come back. Who wouldn't want that?"
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No, but if so I'm partial to Mariah carey.

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Yes, during a road race trying to get my running shorts out of said area!

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No, secretly it was never possible. :shrug:

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Ayu wrote:No, secretly it was never possible. :shrug:

Did you ever climb a tower although you were afraid?
A diving tower yup. Jumped off it too. Man, that water was way harder than I expected.

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:oops: Yes... but i made it true afterwords.

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Yes, even though it sometimes feels like we are trying to rearrange the deck chairs on the Titanic :rolling:

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Yes but please dont tell the CIA.


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:smile: No. I don't have such parts.

Did you ever see the future?
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Ayu wrote::smile: No. I don't have such parts.

Did you ever see the future?
No.
Did you ever imagine yourself as the opposite sex?
A person once asked me why I would want to stop rebirth. "It sounds pretty cool. Being able to come back. Who wouldn't want to be reborn."
I replied. "Wanting to be reborn is like wanting to stay in a jail cell, when you have the chance to go free and experience the whole wide world. Does a convict, on being freed from his shabby, constricting, little cell, suddenly say "I really want to go back to jail and be put in a cell. It sounds pretty cool. Being able to come back. Who wouldn't want that?"
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Yes. For sure. Whenever I had one of the pirate-dreams. I had to fight like in a swashbuckler movie against 15 enemies. :smile:

Did you ever get sick by listening to a person that never stopps talking?
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No, but I'm always talking.

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No, but I have seen some from a lookout at Byron Bay.

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