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  • May 8, 2012 at 10:04 am

    I like lots of diferent approaches to different things. the variety of questions and answers always amaze me and I feel buddhism is a great philosophy to try and work out situations in your life by using various methods of feeling good. We all have our own way of doing things. Buddhism does not expect anything from you . It gives you tools to use to help yourself and others and that can’t be bad. It is much nicer to clear the mind instead of CLEAN it. But that’s my little grump at a tiny word. Thinking positive is good for body soul and mind. The body talks to the organs and if we are tuned up to a comfortable feeling then why not use tools that are easy to use and beneficial for yourself and others. AMEN LOL.

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