Chris and Artie,

 

I assume from the context the Sufi use of the term 'beloved' is equivalent
to the Zen Buddhist term 'Buddha Nature'.

 

What are your thoughts?   .Bill!

 

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Chris-

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novelid...@... wrote:
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> What is the beloved to you?

To me "the beloved" is a concept, an idea, and has no meaning at all.
There is no reality in it. In other words I don't "believe in" a "beloved". 

Artie





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