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Was the Buddha an arahant?

Here's an analogy. The Buddha is like Einstein who discovered the Theory of Relativity. He's the only one, and there's no one else like him. The stream enterer is the physics bachelor's degree ...
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Was the Buddha an arahant?

Yes, according to Buddhist tradition, Siddhartha Gautama, who later became known as the Buddha, is considered an arahant. The term "arahant" is often translated as "worthy one" or &...
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Is karma related to entropy and if so is escaping samsara fighting a losing battle? (Warning: long layman ramblings inside)

Yup, that is my understanding. The whole self (as in the objective phenomenon of the world and not the subjective delusion) is closely related to increasing entropy. Keep in mind while these are ...
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Is karma related to entropy and if so is escaping samsara fighting a losing battle? (Warning: long layman ramblings inside)

the similar idea I don't see how it's similar but you said you'd explain that later. an empirical observation of the accelerating trajectory of today's society toward disorder From what I remember ...
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Is karma related to entropy and if so is escaping samsara fighting a losing battle? (Warning: long layman ramblings inside)

Entropy says disorderliness always increases, but disorderliness is a Dhamma. Sabbe Dhamma Anatta meaning all conditioned and unconditioned phenomena are not self. Disorderliness can not be called ...
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Is karma related to entropy and if so is escaping samsara fighting a losing battle? (Warning: long layman ramblings inside)

A deep understanding of karma requires the acceptance of rebirth. Simply put, why are we born into this world with desire, aversion and delusion? Why not the opposite? Because the karmic seeds of ...
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