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Re: WHO IS A BUDDHA ????

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Posted by Laura Gentile on November 7, 2000 20:44:15 UTC

The last post was rather lengthly so I didn't read all of it. Suffice to say that the word Buddha, derived from the word buddhi, in sanskrit which means simply intelligence in english. I think we can use our intelligence here to weigh the truth of God or Deity along with the truth or theories of modern day science. We each have our own 'budda' inside of us. We can learn from eachother and use our intellegence to discern the difference between fantisy and reality. REality is how things really are. Fantisy is how one might believe (wrongly) things may be. Fantisy is also used for a good fiction book or story. Imagination is good. Wild imaginings have no place in science. God knows all this stuff we are doing. Not to put thoughts in His 'head' but I don't think He would want us to misslead eachother. I'm glad we have a subject head called God and Science. Buddhi = intelligence
Thankyou all
Wilderness Voice~&

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