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December 25, 2008

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molly

Wonderful post, Barry. Thanks for sharing your insights and this profoundly meaningful passage from the Santideva. Lets do give it all away. Happy Christmas to you. Looks like there are plenty of gifts under that tree. Enjoy!
Peace, Harmony, Happiness to you and yours.

Mumon

That was a post that wanted to be written by me, but something else came out...

Harry

Yes, Barry. I think that's it. To 'greatly realise delusion' ...instead of effectively 'greatly deluding realisation'?

Regards,

Harry.

Jordan

Happy National Pumpkin Pie Day! And Merry Christmas too!

Uku

Truly inspiring post, thank you very much.

Continuous practice.

With palms together,
Uku

Barry Briggs

Hi Molly,
I hope you and your family are enjoying a wonderful holiday season. I got lots (well, four) Buddhist books from Santa so I'm a happy man. And my daughter was in from Philadelphia, and she's worth any number of sutras!

Hi Mumon,
Thank you very all your work on Notes in Samsara - maybe our paths will cross sometime!

Hi Harry!
"Greatly deluding realization" - wonderful! That ain't it, kids, that ain't it. But it's so tempting...

Hi Jordan,
Yum!

Hi Uku,
Two palms touching, one bow.

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