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#239206 - 07/20/08 06:49 PM Buddhism and CSA
Samii Offline
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Registered: 12/07/07
Posts: 12
Loc: Japan
Hello~ I know I am not posting very much and many person will not know me. But I am speaking with some of you some time in chat room.
All person who is knowing me is knowing I am Buddhist. Many person is not understanding that this is life style not religion. But this is not point~ Buddhism is helping me many way accepting what is happening in past and letting go of fear and anger. I am not monk. I am not priest. I am not teacher or studying Buddhism in monastery for many year. But Buddhism is thing all person can follow with out this. It is way of finding peace and learning from life.
After talking with some person in chat room I am thinking about writing some thing explaining how Middle Path in Buddhism and many teaching of Buddha can help many person here. Person is not needing being Buddhist or believing in it. This is not point. It is not religion.
If there is interest I will write it. It will be many part. And I will write it in Japanese and have Shido translate for me because he is very good with English and I am not. So it will take little bit of time.
I can only say what is helping and working for me. And if this is helping other person I will be very happy. If many person is having interest please let me know.


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#239209 - 07/20/08 07:01 PM Re: Buddhism and CSA [Re: Samii]
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I'd be very interested in reading what you write, Samii-san. \:\)

By the way, your English is fine! \:\)

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#239210 - 07/20/08 07:14 PM Re: Buddhism and CSA [Re: AndyJB2005]
Samii Offline
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I will start writing it. I have surgery today so I will have no thing better to do then write soon. Hehe. If many person is wanting reading it I will put it here.
Will this be best place to put it?


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#239253 - 07/20/08 11:54 PM Re: Buddhism and CSA [Re: Samii]
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Registered: 05/14/07
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Loc: Indiana, USA
Dear Samii,
I am very much interested in seeking new paths toward a peaceful existence and would love to read what you have to share. This is a good place for it. [And, I agree also that your English is quite good...easy for me to understand.]

Thanks,

Russ

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#239343 - 07/21/08 01:13 PM Re: Buddhism and CSA [Re: trusty]
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I agree that your English is fine and that it would be great to have you share your wisdom here. I am looking forward to reading it!

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#240817 - 07/28/08 08:45 PM Re: Buddhism and CSA [Re: blueshift]
Samii Offline
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Registered: 12/07/07
Posts: 12
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I am working on writing this but there is many thing happening in personal life making this slow. And Shido can not translate this for me now so I will need finding other person who can.


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