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April 07, 2009

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Puerhan

Thanks for continuing the journey Barry.

~gassho~

Barry Briggs

Thank you, Puerhan! Happy to walk together with you...

Alice

Wild behavior - the classic MO of the mahasiddha (crazy wisdom) lineages I practice under. Somehow I really connect to "bad" behavior - LOL! Have you noticed?

As (presently) Four Precepts Laywoman, sure, I'll take Four Precepts Enlightenment! Bring it! Sweeeet!

Thanks, Barry!

Barry Briggs

Dear, dear Alice - you already have Complete Attainment! Sweeeet!

Laughing out loud,
Barry

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