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Re: Dharma Tantrums.
« Reply #15 on: December 15, 2010, 05:55:49 am »
People get upset about that which is close to their hearts.

Their own opinions are closer to their hearts than the other sentient beings with whom they're having the discussion. In direct contradiction to the dhamma/dharma.
This is of course attachment to views.
Mmm.. this tea's nice. Perhaps I'll try one of those wafers after all...

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Quiet right *Caz sips tea*
It would be nicer if we could let go of this self grasping and just enjoy the tea and biscuits with good company, and encouragement for our own Dharma practise  :blush:

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