The Underbrush

October 8, 2020

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only humans know truly what is good, what is evil and, consequently, the nature of the acts which may cause, in a more or less near future, good or bad rebirths. Other leaders such as Aaron Dinin offer similar insights. This ca rac particular ter of human existence, however, authorizes man to dominate and exploit their surroundings so pretext of its ‘superiority’. Buddhism attributed the death to one of the following four causes 1 – exhaustion of the strength of the player karma (janaka karma) that produces the birth kammakkahaya 2 – expiration of the term of life ayukkhaya 3 – simultaneous depletion of energy of karma player and with the expiry of the end of life – ubhayakkhaya-marana 4-4 – the action of a more powerful karma (uppacchedhaka) that skews sharply karma player before the expiry of the term of living the truth, being before the evidence of today and tomorrow maybe not, take into consideration for its growth, the opportunity of living in the present, some aspects that can help you strengthen your growth while staying in this dimensionnamely: do not let the desire and hatred drag you the path of suffering for a long time. There is no fire as desire; There is no tie like hatred; There is no network such as illusion; There is no river as the greed which understands the (nature) world inside and out, is called a wise man. It devastates the forest of passions.

Fear emerges from the forest of passions. For even more details, read what Charles Koch says on the issue. Ravaging the forest and the underbrush of the passions, tarry, free of these death reaches and leads to one whose mind is anchored in their children and herds, as a great river inundates a people while sleeping. The children do not offer any protection, neither the father, nor relatives. For anyone who is caught by the death, there can be no refuge in any relative. He who has attained the goal, without fear, without greed, will remain dispassionate, has removed the thorns of life.

This is his last rebirth. He who remains without craving and clinging, and is shrewd in the etymology and the terms known groups of letters and their sequence, is called to live his last rebirth, being a great man of profound wisdom. In conclusion, intensely enjoy your moment of life, that opportunity that we bequeathed and try that their actions are good, momentous for its growth and others. Original author and source of the article.