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Old 10.01.2017, 06:54 PM   #3
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been staring from the outside waiting for a shitstorm but nothing.

anyway, ex-catholic here. buddhist sympathizer-- not in the religious sense but in the "philosophical" sense not in the western "philosophy" sense but yeah plenty of well developed ideas. i don't "believe" in it but rather find myself in agreement with a lot.

found this little chart the other day.

 


clearly i'm not ready to practice the whole of it but some of it just makes so much sense and notice how there is no santa claus there, except maybe the "cessation of suffering" which is a great concept that gets to the real meat of the problem.

reasonable stuff there for the most part, mostly practical. hocus-pocus not required.
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