Most Important and Most Useless

Discussion in 'Buddhism' started by Purple_Rhapsody, Jan 18, 2005.

  1. Purple_Rhapsody

    Purple_Rhapsody Member

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    I would like to know, as Buddhists, what do you think is the most important thing to tell a nonBuddhist and what would you tell them to let them see that Buddhism isn't perfect.

    However, please do not use anything sterotypical. Be creative.

    I'm a theologist and I'm attempting to write down my thoughts and feelings on religions... all religions. And, I would like your insider thoughts and feelings.

    Thank You
     
  2. darrellkitchen

    darrellkitchen Lifetime Supporter

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  3. MeAgain

    MeAgain Dazed & Confused Lifetime Supporter Super Moderator

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    Buddhism is a perfect example of a nonreligious search for Ultimate Truth.

    It does not consider its vast store of scriptures to be the ultimate expression of that Truth,
    And so, by following its methods,
    Truth may be attained.

    Oops......I forgot to say I don't consider myself to be a Buddhist.
     

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