message to my friends
psharma at BUPHY.BU.EDU
Fri Aug 14 12:24:33 CDT 1998
On Fri, 14 Aug 1998, Greg Goode wrote:
> Jumping in here. Picking up on your ideas that only one philosophy can get
> you "there," and that another philosophy will take you somewhere else. One
> of the things that all non-dual philosophies are in agreement about (though
> with different words) is this: there are no two "theres" for there to be.
> So how can any of these philosophies take you to any *other* place?
This is true only of the non-dual philosophies though. But even
here there are differences in the description of the final state. If you
insist that the final state is undescribable hence the difference in
words used to talk about it, then isn't there as much justification in
calling the state as unique and different as there is of calling it the same for
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