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Learn from the Buddhist
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truth
2006-02-10 03:03:20 UTC
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When the Taleban completely destroyed the 2,000 years old
Buddhist Bamiyan Buddha in March 2001, did the Buddhist went
on a global rampage of hatred, revenge and destruction ?

If I am a Muslim, I will be extremely ashamed of the way the
extremist Muslims reacted to a few caricatures of their Prophet by
non-Muslims.
The behavior of the two groups is so contrasting and there is
little doubt as to which behavior contribute to world peace and
harmony. One is calm reaction while the other is destructive
reaction.
I hope all religions of the world can learn a lesson from the Buddhist.
globalise
2006-02-10 03:42:53 UTC
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Buddhists believe in the Karma. The Taliban were sent packing not long
after destroying the statues.
Post by truth
When the Taleban completely destroyed the 2,000 years old
Buddhist Bamiyan Buddha in March 2001, did the Buddhist went
on a global rampage of hatred, revenge and destruction ?
If I am a Muslim, I will be extremely ashamed of the way the
extremist Muslims reacted to a few caricatures of their Prophet by
non-Muslims.
The behavior of the two groups is so contrasting and there is
little doubt as to which behavior contribute to world peace and
harmony. One is calm reaction while the other is destructive
reaction.
I hope all religions of the world can learn a lesson from the Buddhist.
Ventura
2006-02-10 13:50:58 UTC
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Yes. They were ousted by the help of American forces.
Post by globalise
Buddhists believe in the Karma. The Taliban were sent packing not long
after destroying the statues.
Post by truth
When the Taleban completely destroyed the 2,000 years old
Buddhist Bamiyan Buddha in March 2001, did the Buddhist went
on a global rampage of hatred, revenge and destruction ?
If I am a Muslim, I will be extremely ashamed of the way the
extremist Muslims reacted to a few caricatures of their Prophet by
non-Muslims.
The behavior of the two groups is so contrasting and there is
little doubt as to which behavior contribute to world peace and
harmony. One is calm reaction while the other is destructive
reaction.
I hope all religions of the world can learn a lesson from the Buddhist.
The Bishop
2006-02-10 14:19:28 UTC
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Post by Ventura
Yes. They were ousted by the help of American forces.
Liar truth from north of Perth believe in no religion. He believes
only in his own lies. You think he is telling you the truth when he
said he is a follower of some religion, you are so wrong. He is only
taking a break from updating the tribal marks and scratches on his
entire body. The only thing missing are his feathers .......... LOL
Post by Ventura
Post by globalise
Buddhists believe in the Karma. The Taliban were sent packing not long
after destroying the statues.
Post by truth
When the Taleban completely destroyed the 2,000 years old
Buddhist Bamiyan Buddha in March 2001, did the Buddhist went
on a global rampage of hatred, revenge and destruction ?
If I am a Muslim, I will be extremely ashamed of the way the
extremist Muslims reacted to a few caricatures of their Prophet by
non-Muslims.
The behavior of the two groups is so contrasting and there is
little doubt as to which behavior contribute to world peace and
harmony. One is calm reaction while the other is destructive
reaction.
I hope all religions of the world can learn a lesson from the Buddhist.
truth
2006-02-10 15:02:50 UTC
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Aha deluding to reduce the pain of your sufferings.
alexx must have done a bad job on u.
Post by The Bishop
Post by Ventura
Yes. They were ousted by the help of American forces.
Liar truth from north of Perth believe in no religion. He believes
only in his own lies. You think he is telling you the truth when he
said he is a follower of some religion, you are so wrong. He is only
taking a break from updating the tribal marks and scratches on his
entire body. The only thing missing are his feathers .......... LOL
Post by Ventura
Post by globalise
Buddhists believe in the Karma. The Taliban were sent packing not long
after destroying the statues.
Post by truth
When the Taleban completely destroyed the 2,000 years old
Buddhist Bamiyan Buddha in March 2001, did the Buddhist went
on a global rampage of hatred, revenge and destruction ?
If I am a Muslim, I will be extremely ashamed of the way the
extremist Muslims reacted to a few caricatures of their Prophet by
non-Muslims.
The behavior of the two groups is so contrasting and there is
little doubt as to which behavior contribute to world peace and
harmony. One is calm reaction while the other is destructive
reaction.
I hope all religions of the world can learn a lesson from the Buddhist.
hitler
2006-02-11 02:27:28 UTC
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we will be running short of farmland
Post by Ventura
Yes. They were ousted by the help of American forces.
Post by globalise
Buddhists believe in the Karma. The Taliban were sent packing not long
after destroying the statues.
Post by truth
When the Taleban completely destroyed the 2,000 years old
Buddhist Bamiyan Buddha in March 2001, did the Buddhist went
on a global rampage of hatred, revenge and destruction ?
If I am a Muslim, I will be extremely ashamed of the way the
extremist Muslims reacted to a few caricatures of their Prophet by
non-Muslims.
The behavior of the two groups is so contrasting and there is
little doubt as to which behavior contribute to world peace and
harmony. One is calm reaction while the other is destructive
reaction.
I hope all religions of the world can learn a lesson from the Buddhist.
mathani
2006-02-10 16:50:08 UTC
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That is why in so far they never dare to screw around the Buddhist.
Post by globalise
Buddhists believe in the Karma. The Taliban were sent packing not long
after destroying the statues.
Post by truth
When the Taleban completely destroyed the 2,000 years old
Buddhist Bamiyan Buddha in March 2001, did the Buddhist went
on a global rampage of hatred, revenge and destruction ?
If I am a Muslim, I will be extremely ashamed of the way the
extremist Muslims reacted to a few caricatures of their Prophet by
non-Muslims.
The behavior of the two groups is so contrasting and there is
little doubt as to which behavior contribute to world peace and
harmony. One is calm reaction while the other is destructive
reaction.
I hope all religions of the world can learn a lesson from the Buddhist.
CoffeeEnam
2006-02-10 14:58:44 UTC
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If all americans are budhhists, and middle east arabs are also, the world
will be at peace?
Post by truth
When the Taleban completely destroyed the 2,000 years old
Buddhist Bamiyan Buddha in March 2001, did the Buddhist went
on a global rampage of hatred, revenge and destruction ?
If I am a Muslim, I will be extremely ashamed of the way the
extremist Muslims reacted to a few caricatures of their Prophet by
non-Muslims.
The behavior of the two groups is so contrasting and there is
little doubt as to which behavior contribute to world peace and
harmony. One is calm reaction while the other is destructive
reaction.
I hope all religions of the world can learn a lesson from the Buddhist.
truth
2006-02-11 08:45:36 UTC
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Yes there will be more peace and harmony if there are more
American and Arab Buddhist. This I have no doubt.
I am doubtful whether all Americans and Arabs will ever become
Buddhist. If anything, the number of Buddhist should decline in
the world as more and more of them evolve higher and are not
reborn. Life in the other dimensions is much much better.
Post by CoffeeEnam
If all americans are budhhists, and middle east arabs are also, the world
will be at peace?
Post by truth
When the Taleban completely destroyed the 2,000 years old
Buddhist Bamiyan Buddha in March 2001, did the Buddhist went
on a global rampage of hatred, revenge and destruction ?
If I am a Muslim, I will be extremely ashamed of the way the
extremist Muslims reacted to a few caricatures of their Prophet by
non-Muslims.
The behavior of the two groups is so contrasting and there is
little doubt as to which behavior contribute to world peace and
harmony. One is calm reaction while the other is destructive
reaction.
I hope all religions of the world can learn a lesson from the Buddhist.
® George Ramayah ™
2006-02-11 03:33:20 UTC
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From my personal point of view, what the Taliban did should be seen as
a blessing in disguise to the Buddhists around the world.

Firstly, it advertises to the world that Buddhism is a religion of
tolerant and compassion. Buddhists don't believe in overcoming hatred
with another hatred. What happened to Afghanistan is a retaliation for
the Sep 11 attack on the US not a retaliation for the destruction of
the statues.

Secondly, as a non Buddhist country anymore, its better to destroy the
statues than let the muslims desecrate the Buddhists sacred places by
urinating around the area, plundering the buddhist artifacts to sell
etc etc.

Thirdly, Buddhism is not about statue which is only a symbol of
enlightenment to us. Buddha says, "those who see my teaching see me".
When the Taleban completely destroyed the 2,000 years old
Buddhist Bamiyan Buddha in March 2001, did the Buddhist went
on a global rampage of hatred, revenge and destruction ?
If I am a Muslim, I will be extremely ashamed of the way the
extremist Muslims reacted to a few caricatures of their Prophet by
non-Muslims.
The behavior of the two groups is so contrasting and there is
little doubt as to which behavior contribute to world peace and
harmony. One is calm reaction while the other is destructive
reaction.
I hope all religions of the world can learn a lesson from the Buddhist.
1
2006-02-11 04:35:09 UTC
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EXACTLY !!!
Post by ® George Ramayah ™
From my personal point of view, what the Taliban did should be seen as
a blessing in disguise to the Buddhists around the world.
Firstly, it advertises to the world that Buddhism is a religion of
tolerant and compassion. Buddhists don't believe in overcoming hatred
with another hatred. What happened to Afghanistan is a retaliation for
the Sep 11 attack on the US not a retaliation for the destruction of
the statues.
Secondly, as a non Buddhist country anymore, its better to destroy the
statues than let the muslims desecrate the Buddhists sacred places by
urinating around the area, plundering the buddhist artifacts to sell
etc etc.
Thirdly, Buddhism is not about statue which is only a symbol of
enlightenment to us. Buddha says, "those who see my teaching see me".
When the Taleban completely destroyed the 2,000 years old
Buddhist Bamiyan Buddha in March 2001, did the Buddhist went
on a global rampage of hatred, revenge and destruction ?
If I am a Muslim, I will be extremely ashamed of the way the
extremist Muslims reacted to a few caricatures of their Prophet by
non-Muslims.
The behavior of the two groups is so contrasting and there is
little doubt as to which behavior contribute to world peace and
harmony. One is calm reaction while the other is destructive
reaction.
I hope all religions of the world can learn a lesson from the Buddhist.
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