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Re:kinda Like Buddas Or Something?...

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Posted by Phil.O.Sofir on December 5, 2000 01:30:27 UTC

I think the whole budda bit is about quest for the ultimate knowledge obtainable, taking the world the next step in reality, many buddas have there been, now more than ever before in the history of human as we think we know ourselves, (Disipline is one of the keys to us using our intelligence) many of us have a much diffent body types and kinds that in past traditional archaic times.
I don't have much "insirational" time anymore, I kinda miss that alot, just another empty head!
Anyone can claim to be a budda these days, no magic required, even though it is supposedly performed in massiv quanities, electronic man!
Really heavy thinkers survive even in an economically subsidized world of rulistic work.
No church I know of would actually allow an athiest to seak thier mind and edfend thier beliefs with rational debates/commentary, would they? What an occupation! Atheolgian. Budda?
No one knows the present's future, many paths
Sorry, I almost started making this a new post, why don't you start a post on dimeSionality?
Hell, I'll do it myself but it won't get much.

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