Friday, December 7, 2012

End suffering


In Buddhism, how does a person end their suffering?


If suffering is a problem, the perfect solution (no suffering/ no problem) is to remove the cause(s) of the problem.

If no cause(s), then not effect(s).

For example as Metaphor:
Causes for candle flame are 1. oxygen, 2. fuel (candle wax) and 3. ignition temperature.
There would be no fire/flame if one or more causes are removed.

Interestingly, this perfect solution (called Nibbana) cannot be defined & do not exist within worldly/mundane time-space dimensions. It is by all means, the out-of-the-box solution.

In Law-of-Rebels (sovereign right) we symbolically call it 'Remove other's court for no trouble'.

Therefore, Buddhist Dhamma is the radical rebel idea ever known for man-kind (the ultimate achievement), challenging all other recursive/Nyaya (Biblical/Vedic, including Buddhist religion/society) ideologies.

Buddhism is for the Living & wise, not for the Dead & dumb.
(Dalai Lama scenario of [Been There] has a simple-deep meaning for the wise)
Can a worldly being achieve 'perfect solution' for ever? NO.

In Buddhism, how does a person end their suffering?

Answer: by removing person (mask) to end suffering associate with it, where people can have many persons (personifications).


Abhi-Dhamma (core idea) & Law

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