RE: Ultimate Reality Question

Sam Gentile, modified 1 Month ago.

Ultimate Reality Question

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This in the context of tibetan relative reality (awakened)

I got askd this question which I would appreciate an answer or opinions

Ultimate truth seems like it can be reduced to a long chain of cause and effect (through infifinetly complex). Does this leave rooom for the sense of inspiration and mystery we associate with art, music, poetry and other creative stuff?
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Chris Marti, modified 1 Month ago.

RE: Ultimate Reality Question (Answer)

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Yes, of course it does. Buddhism is, at its very core, about truly knowing our human-ness. Awe, wonder, inspiration... these are all a part of our human nature.
Sam Gentile, modified 1 Month ago.

RE: Ultimate Reality Question

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thanks Chris!
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Stirling Campbell, modified 1 Month ago.

RE: Ultimate Reality Question

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Ken McLeod calls enlightenment the "mystery of being".

What we are is an inseparable part of the whole, co-creating this moment. Inspiration and creativity always arise in this moment, in alignment with the conditions that are present now. It IS utterly awe inspiring. emoticon

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