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Lou's response-psetphreigh chumbawumba

Posted by Lou Pilder on April 17, 2011, at 12:41:53

In reply to Buddhist teaching, posted by chumbawumba on April 14, 2011, at 23:21:28

> In Buddhism there is a recurring theme that difficulties point us to the truth. Put in other terms, the chains that bind us are themselves the vehicle by which we become free. Difficulty is a gift because if one can make friends with it, it becomes a teacher rather than an enemy.
> In my case severe depression led me to have much more compassion for myself and others. My heart was opened.
> I realize the discussion here is mostly Christian focused, but I was wondering if something similar exists in Christianity?

You wrote,[...the chains that bind us...become free..a gift..discussion mostly...I was wondering...?].
It has been revealed to me similar to what you have posted, from a Jewish perspective. And there has been revealed to me a way to overcome and be free. Part of this revelation involves that I am in a place of suffering, like a valley with a shadow hanging over me, that is death.
I came here to post what could IMHO lead others to be free from addiction and depression.
What is the Bhuddist way , if there is one, that you could post here?




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