Friday, February 15, 2013

Buddha-This unborn, unoriginated, uncreated, unformed,

There is, O monks, an unborn, unoriginated, uncreated, unformed. Were there not, O monks, this unborn, unoriginated, uncreated, unformed, there would be no escape from the world of the born, originated, created, formed. [12] **************************************************************************************************************************************************************8 "Since, O monks, there is an unborn, unoriginated, uncreated, and unformed, therefore is there an escape from the born, originated, created, formed." [13] *************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** This is the nearest buddhism can get to ajativada but it still indicates '\something uncreated' which is more similar to the concept of Saguna not Nirguna as nirguna can only be described by what it is not...*************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** Tony O'Clery reference--- *************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** The Gospel of Buddha The Gospel of the Buddha: Compiled from ancient records by Paul Carus, 1894 This is where the buddhists who have taken it on themselves to debate my piece fall down as they cannot grasp ajativada.

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