[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
[at-l] Wilderness Pilgrimage
- Subject: [at-l] Wilderness Pilgrimage
- From: camojack at comcast.net (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Date: Thu Apr 14 19:38:39 2005
Oh, I dunno...I experience "enlightenment" every Winter, although my recent trip to The Keys has helped to ameliorate/mitigate the condition.
I expect it to improve as my UV exposure increase with the temperature outside, whilst hiking and whatnot...
> At 10:54 AM 4/14/2005 -0700, Paul Magnanti wrote:
> >--- Jan Leitschuh <email@example.com> wrote:
> > > > However, we have many Buddhists here in Boulder
> > > that
> > > > aren't as cool. Many are of the strain I call
> > > > "granaola yuppie Buddhists". The running joke in
> > > > Boulder is "I'm not rich enough to be a Buddhist".
> > >
> > >
> > > I'm not Buddhist (I'm not anything that I know of),
> > > but I plan to be
> > > rich. Very, very rich. It's my post-trail goal. I
> > > figure, it's an
> > > experience I'd like to have.
> > >
> > > Can we still be friends?
> > > ;-)
> > > THE NEXT SOY CHAI LATTE (YEECH!) IS ON ME...
> > >
> >Absolutely! I can't picture you getting the same
> >attitude as that type. Being rich? Cool. Being
> >Buddhist? Cool. Being a rich, buddhist who somehow
> >thinks because they are better due to their chosen
> >path of enlightenment? Not so cool. :)
> Prime Rule of True Enlightenment
> If the 'enlightenment' you have experienced makes you feel better than,
> worse than or in any way separate from the rest of humanity and creation,
> you either don't understand it properly or it is not true.
> at-l mailing list