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When talking about the ‘Middle Way’ we use a notion that was formulated by the Indian philosopher Nāgārjuna (± 125-200). There are a lot of different theories and opinions about what he really meant when he used the words ‘emptiness’ and ‘middle way’. 432 more words

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The Middle Way.

That which is dependent origination
is explained to be emptiness.
That, being a dependent designation,
is itself the middle way.

From the Fundamental Verses on the Middle Way
Skt. Mūla-madhyamakakārikā

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Nagarjuna's Chatuskoti

When I think I ‘got it’, I remind myself that any particular view is by definition limited.

As Nagarjuna’s Chatuskoti states:

“It is not this.    It is not that. 11 more words



This article for the Great Masters Series focuses on Nagarjuna, the first of what His Holiness the Dalai Lama refers to as the Seventeen Pandits of Nalanda… 2,153 more words

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Everything makes sense.

For him whom emptiness makes sense,
Everything makes sense.
For him whom emptiness does not make sense,
Nothing makes sense.

Fundamental Verses of the Middle Way
Skt. Mūlamadhyamaka-kārikā

Daily Dharma Quotes

Meelo evaru Koteeswarudu

Yesterday I started a tweet for Nagarjuna about #MEK program – since he has excelled as a small screen TV Host, I would like to suggest to him to have an episode with popular telugu TV anchors – of course I have mainly Suma and Jhansi in my mind. 119 more words

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The KCR vs CBN battle

By T S Sudhir

They are technically next door neighbours but in the convoluted ten-year lease agreement drawn up between Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, Chandrababu Naidu also is a non-paying guest in Telangana till June 2, 2024. 492 more words

T S Sudhir