Re: Buddhism in Australia

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Posted by wahyin ( on March 10, 2000 at 21:29:43:

In Reply to: Buddhism in Australia posted by Jared on March 10, 2000 at 09:28:09:

: Well, I am well on my way to becoming Bohdissatva in Australia. I am 22 years old, and my learning has been unbeleivably fast, as I recognise teachings from past incarnations, and feel that all I learn now is only a reminder of what I have learnt in my past existence. I know I was someone important, yet importance has lost its meaning for me now. I seek no reward and only wish to help others in western countries to seek a spiritual path, with basis of love and compassion. I beleive this is an important step in one's evolution towards Nirvana, and teachers are needed at this level. I feel that I am on my middle path, and that if I choose to at a later date in my life, I will attain Nirvana. Yet this sounds too selfish for me, and I would preffer to come back again and again, until I feel that I am not needed anymore.

: Could someone write back and tell me what comes to their mind when they read this? I follow my inner self and I speak my own truth. I would love some feedback though!!

Hi Jared,
Sound interesting. A Bodhisattva has endless resposibilities, he is selfless in helping all beings.
A Bodhisattva is a divine being with divine eyes. He is a Buddha but sacrifices his Buddhahood to become reborn again
as a Bodhisattva to promote Buddhadhamma and help all sentient beings. If you are one, I will bestow my respect.
Namo Amitabha.

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