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A Thought #35 Forgiveness and Hate.

Forgiveness and hate. Forgiveness ends hate and hate ends forgiveness. We should always try to forgive, if we dont the act will linger even if you hide it because a hidden thing is still around and its ready to come out even when you’re not. 68 more words


Monday Morning Musings with Marzulli!

Politics, Prophecy & the Supernatural!

The current political landscape is in direct correlation to supernatural events that happened, in some cases, millennia ago. L. A. 707 more words

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Shwe Inn Tain Monastery - Inle Lake, Myanmar

Just near the market, a short distance from the main Shwe Inn Tain Pagoda complex (which will be coming up shortly in a future post) is the  120 more words


When a Monkey Spirit Lifted My Spirits.

My first serious encounter with Buddhism was a very emotional one at a crucial time in my life.

I was homeless, unemployed and penniless. My freelance business had gone bankrupt and I was living in a friend’s leaky old caravan parked by the roadside outside their home in the Aussie bush. 480 more words


Sunday Bun

Sunday Bun


L. A. Marzulli

23This is the LORD’S doing; It is marvelous in our eyes. 24This is the day which the LORD has made; Let us rejoice and be glad in it.  536 more words

L. A. Marzulli

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Substance and Emptiness

One of the questions I got from my paper on Spinoza and Buddhism on the Self that I gave at the symposium on “Philosophies in Dialog” the other day was that how could I compare Spinoza’s Substance and Nagarjuna’s Emptiness. 746 more words


C. K. Raju Quote.

Aczel, A. D. (2015). Finding zero: A mathematician’s odyssey to uncover the origins of numbers.