One has to suppose that, all through Buddhism!￣s history, the number of those who truly understood what it was all about always remained minimal.
Thanks for the edit, Beelzebibble! That missing comment really messed with the meaning.
hi,i actually want to ask u that my husband is hiv positive and he is using medicine now but i was not diagnosed +ve till 3 times i had test!-now what ca i do am also affected???wel am really worrid and scared too wel now we have safe sex but before we didnt hav .we knew he had hiv after 1 and half yr marriage !-wel he had nonpulmonary tv then he was diagnosed to have hiv!-so should i check again or is it possible am not infected???wel i love him alot and dont wana lose him plz help me and if possible tel me if he can be cured forever!-
Hello, I!￣m new here (looking forward to buying your first book some time next month, and omg do you have reasonable prices on the zafus in you site shop), and to all these things (zen and its community) in general, but I think that may be the right stance for this. Too many details that are irrelevant to the correct response. If life and limb are not at risk, I say that all conflicts should eventually be resolved with kind words. However, we are humans and are not always capable. At bare minimum, it usually takes time to cool off enough to seek reconciliation. Sometimes we never get to that point. What!￣s important to remember is that you can not blame your enemies for a lack of reconciliation. There is almost always some set of truthful words that could reconcile the deepest conflicts. We must admit to ourselves that regardless of their failings we have either failed to find those words or held too much pride to use them. This is even more difficult in many cases than simply finding and using them. Everyone has their reasons for their behaviors, not all of them logical or moral. One must try to empathize with the failings of others, even when their failings are directed aggressively at our own person. We are best at doing this if we try to understand their motives, but if we can!￣t understand, we must acknowledge our own ignorance and give them the psychological benefit of the doubt. We may not always be capable of this response (I rarely am), but I believe it to be the correct one. In this case, I find it easier as an observer to keep a clear head by not reading the articles in the first place, but I will say that in the case of the admin, if I ran a site and gave people I knew the ability to post articles on it, I would let them post whatever they wanted as long as I found their postings to be honest. It!￣s important to let contributors have their freedom. I!￣m going to stay out of further specifics (as I probably should have there) as I am not qualified to speak on them and feel it muddys the basic issues involved. I only wish I was capable of what feels like such lucidity when I wasn!￣t half asleep. Looking forward to finally getting your book(s) when I!￣m less broke, D351.
i am on my arv can i take Nutricom as well?
Agree!-but the interpreter made it for Miss Colombia!-beautiful interpretation, dinagdagan pa.
Baguio is a work in retrogress.
Hi Shannon! I really think that most people are very visual and that!￣s the draw. I would rather talk face to face on talk on the phone and not text.
I love this album. Great work, Tor.
I am 27 years old. I was diagnosed in 2011. I also got pregnent recently and I am 12 weeks.