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January 19, 2009

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mickael

sakyamuni never heard word 'buddhist' so far i know :)

good luck.
mickael

Alice

I always think: this person or that person is Buddhist but don't know it. But this pith and poignant statement + visual corrects my view to: this person is a Buddha. Period.

Speaking of Buddhas, we sure swore one in today!

Barry Briggs

Any one of us can be a Buddha - any time, if we so choose. Mostly, I see myself not choosing.

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