Portsmouth Buddhist Center

Death and the Self, and the Buddha's Unanswered Questions

On Mon, 8 October, 2012 - 18:47
Candradasa's picture
This is – as usual! – a brilliant and entertaining talk from Vaddhaka on the 10 (sometimes 14) unanswered questions I mentioned in passing in my first talk on ‘Religion Without God. I’ll probably refer to these again later in the series so I thought I’d post this talk here as a reference and resource. It also includes the wonderful story of the Buddha’s teaching about removing the poisoned arrow from your eye, as well as thoughtful remarks around the conversion of Paul Williams from Buddhism to Christianity and how much we really understand the Buddha’s teachings on the nature of our lives and death’s part in the process…

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