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Offline The Artis Magistra

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Re: Buddha abandoned his wife and child.
« Reply #30 on: July 15, 2017, 12:32:50 am »
It torments me...

Yes, the "torment".

...excellent as you in your knowledge and perfect execution and understanding of Buddhism...

Indeed.  :namaste:

has not simply left this world by now, yet you are still here ridiculing old men and posting laughing emoticons at people and whatever else you do.
I posted the truth for an old man. Possibly he could use it.

Laughing emoticons? Only to my friend Ground, my student Samana Johann and to Artis.

Left the world? Maybe I am wheelchair bound or similar. How would you feel if I was wheelchair bound and merely an intellectual who happened to read the suttas clearly?

 :bigtears:

Your recent posts, particularly towards what I have written, fill me with ABSOLUTE JOY. Fanatic Joy. We make a good team. I say the wrong thing, you say the right thing. I think we should continue this trend. I will not deny your excellent statements and work, beautiful, BEAUTIFUL. Thank you so much. Sometimes it takes people to say very specific wrong things, to get very specific right things generated in the manner you do, that being said, I still wish for you to be gone from this world.

So in answering your question, what would I think if you were a wheel bound intellectual who simply understands the suttas clearly (and by extension is thus not a superstitious Buddhist type with their ooga booga extremist jibberish), all the more would I hope that you could no longer suffer as a wheel chair bound intellectual who feels compelled to wheel around spreading these things to argumentative people and foolish old men or whatever, that you, in your wheel chair, sit and constantly witness ignorant jabbering by maniacs like myself or others on this website, and instead immediately attain the state of total transcendence from all this, freedom from your wheelchair, your surgeries, your pain, your suffering, your annoyance, your frustration, your ups and downs in pleasure and pain, and gone forever, never to come back to this bad place, this hellish cycle. So my wish for you would remain the same. This is not me being a smart donkey on purpose. I am telling you this seems to me to be a good solution and I wish you were able to do it, or it was possible for you to do so immediately.

Wouldn't it be wonderful? You would no longer be around such annoying people or things or the lies they tell and spread, their superstitious rubbish, their fanaticism, all those troubles. You would not be bound to suffering, you would not be looked at as bad or good or looked at in any way, you wouldn't exist and you wouldn't care about what people thought, or said, or did, you would be in a perfect state, ideal and not tempted to reply, to return. Meanwhile, fools would be fools for as long as they are foolish, but why should you imitate us?

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Re: Buddha abandoned his wife and child.
« Reply #31 on: July 15, 2017, 12:35:50 am »
Maybe you and I are here to enlighten each other

Definitely not. You have made one single post on this forum which is on-topic. This single post was made on this topic about Buddha leaving home. I provided a comprehensive refutation to nearly every sentence you wrote, which were wrong.

If you are the Artis that was one of the Gestappo on E-Sangha, then you cannot even help yourself.

but when I said I want you to leave this world, I mean that I want you to be extinguished, to cease to be part of this cycle of suffering, you know, attain, get out, go poof, never come back. This is not meant in the bad way like "go away and keep on living your life", but in the best way "Nibbana/Nirvana" to become that, to never come back, to be the first among us to do it, but before you go to tell us how in your efficient way as quickly as possible, step by step, and then do it right there, so that your being gone will be proof that you really did it.
This is superstition. It is crazy.

Now please stop harassing the members here. I will depart for a few days.

 :namaste:
« Last Edit: July 15, 2017, 12:42:34 am by VisuddhiRaptor »

Offline The Artis Magistra

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Re: Buddha abandoned his wife and child.
« Reply #32 on: July 15, 2017, 12:52:24 am »
What I wrote in this thread was on topic, your refutation of what I wrote was on topic (and very good too), and why would you come back to this website after departing? Why not remain away forever? Shall we make a thread specifically dedicated to you and I for us to discuss things since you refuse to renounce and abandon this website, let alone the world? I think such a thread may become an on-topic way for you to spread what all you know before you leave us forever. Why also can you not simply leave us forever and go on to the state of total release from all this? I will make that thread now.

 


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