I'm a proud Spaniard living in Texas. I have 3 children, 2 dogs, 1 rabbit, a few fish and 1 cat. I enjoy reading a good book, writing, watching and discussing movies, listening to and playing music, looking at the sky ( sunsets and wild storms my favorites). I'm particularly interested in social justice issues and I have a Buddhist philosophy of life.
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On seeing your interest in Buddhist philosophy, I thought to write a post for you. I am living close to the site "Texila" where famous largest ancient Buddha university was there (now archeological ruins). I have no religious signs in my house except a artistic picture of Buddha.. I with my friends, are planning nowadays to make a "Budha Huts' in the same vicinity overlooking at beautiful site where is a dam surrounding green mountains.. We want to provide visitors a serene meditational place where they could spend their day off.
I appreciate Buddha philosophy being godless, cast less and classless..
Hi Hellrise, Nice to meet you. Thanks for reading my post. You mention that there is only one possible path, and that we choose it. But I don't see how this can be, because we can only "choose" if there are alternatives or options to choose from, but if there are not and there is only "one possible path" then there is nothing to choose from, and we are simply "determined" to our one possible path.