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#2659 - **amovingstaircase used "*roll cis privilege*"** **amovings… 22 hours ago on Did you check your... 0
#52 - I have missed Uchihalover. I found his commenting hilarious 12/10/2014 on Wowzers +2
#2435 - Can you make this pic even sexier?  [+] (2 new replies) 12/07/2014 on mods draw you a Christmas hat 0
#2440 - lub (12/07/2014) [-]
#2441 - lub (12/07/2014) [-]
whichever looks less like you've chopped your arm off
#58 - Closest thing I have to a party gif. My reactio… 12/06/2014 on It's night, Let's Party Fj +4
#1 - Laugh out out out loud. what an odd thing to say  [+] (1 new reply) 12/06/2014 on Facebook Translate +5
#6 - fragman (12/07/2014) [-]
That's not what it means.
It stands for Laughing out obviously obnoxiously loud
#9 - So in the end our energy still exists, but the thinking "…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/06/2014 on (untitled) +1
#10 - captnnorway (12/06/2014) [-]
well a big part of eastern religions are about things that doesn't make sense. For example the Koan from Zen Buddism which is made to not make sense at all.
To reach Nirvana is to cease to exist is what I've been told. Because life itself is suffering, and only when you escape the suffering you're at peace.

The world and everything that is alive is actually the same thing. But the physical manifestation of life isn't perfect. So the goal is to become part of the spiritual world.


I'm no buddist myself, so this is only what I've been taught. Perhaps someone else can explain it better than me.
#6 - I dont know much about the reincarnation in Buddhism. I lo…  [+] (3 new replies) 12/06/2014 on (untitled) +1
#8 - captnnorway (12/06/2014) [-]
In buddism you can reach Nirvana if you follow the eight-fold path. Once you've removed all the suffering Dukkha. Basically everything that makes you attached to the world in some way. Fear of death, fear of change, mental stress. Etc etc you reach Nirvana. When you reach Nirvana which I believe means "To extinguish" in Sanskrit . Don't quote me on that though you step out of the circle of rebirth and as far as I know, you cease to be. I had it explained like a small drop of water falling from the sky might take years to reach the ocean, but once it does it becomes one with it. To put it simply "you" stop to exist, and become one with the world and everything.

tl;dr: There's no heaven in Buddism, just an end to suffering.
User avatar #9 - amovingstaircase (12/06/2014) [-]
So in the end our energy still exists, but the thinking "me" does not?

I dont fully understand, but I guess its not meant to be fully understood haha
#10 - captnnorway (12/06/2014) [-]
well a big part of eastern religions are about things that doesn't make sense. For example the Koan from Zen Buddism which is made to not make sense at all.
To reach Nirvana is to cease to exist is what I've been told. Because life itself is suffering, and only when you escape the suffering you're at peace.

The world and everything that is alive is actually the same thing. But the physical manifestation of life isn't perfect. So the goal is to become part of the spiritual world.


I'm no buddist myself, so this is only what I've been taught. Perhaps someone else can explain it better than me.
#4 - No after life in Buddhism, so probly not that one  [+] (5 new replies) 12/06/2014 on (untitled) +3
#5 - angelious (12/06/2014) [-]
technically yes...i mean buddhist had this wheel thing that shows different worlds where you will be born after you die.

there was like atleast 8 of them?
User avatar #6 - amovingstaircase (12/06/2014) [-]
I dont know much about the reincarnation in Buddhism.
I look at reincarnation as our energy passes over to something else, be bird, human or what ever.
That wheel thing, I dont know anything about that to be honest. So I cant comment on that.

But I dont look at reincarnation as an afterlife. Reincarnation is more like a new beginning in an endless cycle. While afterlife is more like the end.
#8 - captnnorway (12/06/2014) [-]
In buddism you can reach Nirvana if you follow the eight-fold path. Once you've removed all the suffering Dukkha. Basically everything that makes you attached to the world in some way. Fear of death, fear of change, mental stress. Etc etc you reach Nirvana. When you reach Nirvana which I believe means "To extinguish" in Sanskrit . Don't quote me on that though you step out of the circle of rebirth and as far as I know, you cease to be. I had it explained like a small drop of water falling from the sky might take years to reach the ocean, but once it does it becomes one with it. To put it simply "you" stop to exist, and become one with the world and everything.

tl;dr: There's no heaven in Buddism, just an end to suffering.
User avatar #9 - amovingstaircase (12/06/2014) [-]
So in the end our energy still exists, but the thinking "me" does not?

I dont fully understand, but I guess its not meant to be fully understood haha
#10 - captnnorway (12/06/2014) [-]
well a big part of eastern religions are about things that doesn't make sense. For example the Koan from Zen Buddism which is made to not make sense at all.
To reach Nirvana is to cease to exist is what I've been told. Because life itself is suffering, and only when you escape the suffering you're at peace.

The world and everything that is alive is actually the same thing. But the physical manifestation of life isn't perfect. So the goal is to become part of the spiritual world.


I'm no buddist myself, so this is only what I've been taught. Perhaps someone else can explain it better than me.
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