Monday, March 18, 2013

Buddhists understand the pure message


Can Buddhists understand the pure message of Buddha without reading a fiction on paper?

Only a fiction can be written on paper and/or spoken by mouth and/or think as thought, etc.

Interestingly, a fiction can be altered at will.

Tipitaka is written on paper.

No religious Buddhist can prove with evidence beyond doubt that the message on Tipitaka is straight from the Buddha's mouth.

Therefore the message of Tipitaka is a fiction.

Can Buddhists believe in Buddha's pure message, without believing fiction on paper or word of mouth?

Please do not use dreams and hypnotism as facts to answer, because they are fake.

Additional Details

@Narathzul Arantheal,
Irrespective of blind believes, 'every book ever written' refer to a fiction on paper, where editors can change the content. You can fly in a fictional story/movie.

@Arctic Fox,
Why don't you consider the 'Ehi Passiko' scientific experimentation challenge in Buddhism?


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