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you think they mean. The self does exist, karma does exist and suffering beings exist and compassion is necessary and the Buddha never said otherwise. The doctrine of anatta and shunyata, when … correctly understood does not contradict the need for compassion ... it is precisely the opposite. Based on this I would suggest you take seriously that you’ve misunderstood something and let go what you …
answered Sep 10 '18 by Yeshe Tenley
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I ask this question because I assumed the importance of motivation being paramount in determining the virtue/non-virtue of karmic action was widely shared among all traditions. Anyway, I'd like to kno …
asked Apr 24 '18 by Yeshe Tenley