And also for the actions of Jews, Christians, Chinese or Americans etc.
--- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, Chris Austin-Lane <ch...@...> wrote:
> Anthony's statements make more sense if you think he is referring to
> actions of the Taleban, not their beliefs or ethnicities.
> The other groups you list don't have coherent set of actions that they
> known for as much as the Taleban are "known" for terrorism, violent
> supression of women's rights, and that sort of thing. As far as I can
> it is generally but not always true that the more emmeshed people are
> habitually honoring the deluded ideas of their own mind over the
> goodness offered in each moment, the harder it is to detach from that
> emmeshment. The possibility of redemption is always present, it just
> an instant as they say.
> > And also for Jews, Christians, Chinese or Americans ... etc.?
> > --ED
> > > Llius,
> > >
> > > It will take eons and a lot of punishments, either by law or by
> > > for a Taleban to get enlightened.
> > >
> > > ED's original question is: what happens after realizing Buddha
> > > Will there be profound, fundamental changes, or just business as
> > >
> > > Anthony