Monday, June 9, 2008

Prisoners of the World (Question)

Each day when we open our eyes, most of us will have the newspapers staring at us with all the doomsday news. Hardly have we any chance to live in peace, even for one moment. What else with the frightening escalating oil prices with each passing day! The big question is : Can we change the world? That's what our friend asked; this age-old question: (unedited)

[What should a good Buddhist do in order to share his knowledge and wisdom with other. This is a pandemonium world we are living now. There is no certainty in everyone's heart. Their spirit is empty inside. How are we going to reach out to the entire world to divert the suiation with the teaching of Buddhism not as a religion but as an education ? It is our fault that we have not put sufficient sincerity and dedication to carry out the holy teaching. The world of chaos is the manifestation of our own collective karma( unwholesome thought ). How are we going to let humanity realises that they are the creator of heaven and hell.How are we going to let them know that nobody is responsible for our action and the path we choose. We make the entire universe tears. We make the world suffer.......]

Do you think you can change the world? I've got to think about it. See you to-morrow.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I have been recommending a book called "My Stroke of Insight - a Brain Scientist's Personal Journey" by Jill Bolte Taylor and also a TEDTalk Dr. Taylor gave on the TED dot com site. And you don't have to take my word for it - Dr. Taylor was named Time Magazine 100 Most Influential People, the New York Times wrote about her and her book is a NYTimes Bestseller), and Oprah did not 4 interviews with her.

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