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God and buddhism?!

Apr 10, 1998 09:23 AM
by Kazimir Majorinc

At 19.07 8.4.98 +0100, you wrote:
>>Lmhem111 wrote:
>>His [Krishnamurtis] approach is basically that of a southern Buddhist, the
>neti-neti path (God
>>is not this, God is not that). This is the most difficult of all paths to
>>follow in my opinion. The iti-iti path of "God is this, God is that" is
>>easier. It leads to bhakti yoga, devotion to God in one's favourite form,
>>whether it be an avatar or guru. I realize that the two paths are a
matter of

God is not essential in southern buddhism. If he exists, he is in samsara
and his destiny is pain, pain and pain, nothing better or worse than my

 Kazimir Majorinc, dipl. ing. math.
 Faculty of Natural Sciences and Math, University of Zagreb
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