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Recognition of Human Incarnation
« on: March 09, 2011, 07:01:20 AM »
Recognition of Human Incarnation
The recognition of human incarnation should be done by the qualities of the spiritual knowledge preached by Him. The Veda gives three adjectives to such divine spiritual knowledge. The first is ‘Truth’ (Satyam Jnanam), the second is ‘Infinite’ (Anantam Brahma) and the third is ‘Excellent’ (Prajnanam Brahma). The true, infinite and excellent knowledge indicates the Lord.

The knowledge is true because the Lord need not tell lies to please the people. The human preachers tell lies to please the people and get some favor from them. The Lord has no such necessity. In fact, all the human beings are at the mercy of the Lord to get some favor from Him. Hence, the Lord will always speak the truth whether you like it or not. Generally, truth always causes disliking. The knowledge is infinite because the Lord will effectively clear the doubts of infinite number of devotees and hence, the knowledge becomes infinite.

 The true concept is always simple and brief. But, the doubts on it are many. Hence, the simple true knowledge becomes infinite, when it takes the form of clarifications given to several corners. The knowledge is excellent because the presentation of knowledge by the Lord is simply tremendous. The way of explanation of the concept is impossible to any other human being. Therefore, you have to recognize the Lord by such spiritual knowledge alone. Miracles should not be taken as signs of the Lord because even the demons blessed by the Lord exhibit such miracles. Of course, the miracles are only due to the power of the Lord only. But, the Lord grants such powers to the devotees.
The only power that cannot be transferred to anybody is the true infinite and excellent spiritual knowledge. The devotees are always after the powers and not after such knowledge. Hence, you need not blame the Lord for not transferring such knowledge to a devotee.
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Re: Recognition of Human Incarnation
« Reply #1 on: December 17, 2011, 11:00:37 AM »
I am raised as a Christian and I believe in our Lord God Jesus Christ.  I love Him and have so much faith in Him. I believe God shows us different mediums to understand and live harmoniously with all of His creation and our self. That being said I would like to say I like and am learning a lot also in what I’m reading about the belief and practice of Buddhism. They as much Christianity speaks of truth about our Lord. Like what was mentioned above, it was shown the difference of our Lord to us humans and to know Him is to know and live with the truth that He speaks.

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Re: Recognition of Human Incarnation
« Reply #2 on: February 06, 2012, 04:33:52 AM »
Hi Fast!

Without seeming a critic, it is nice that you are quoting a page from some book but what does this last page mean to you?  The article mentions Lord.  It is referring to Lord Buddha or the Christian God or some other deity?  To my knowledge Buddhists do not believe in the Christian God per sē but in a higher power.

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« Reply #3 on: February 15, 2012, 09:41:24 AM »
Iam also somewhat confused by this post, although I accept and acknowledge the importance of truth. However, I don't believe I've ever heard a Buddhist refer to 'Lord,' so I'm wondering if this post is on the wrong board. I admit I do not know much about Buddhism, but I do know that while Buddhists acknowledge the Christian God, they do not worship him - in fact, from my eperience, they do not actually 'worship' anyone.

That said, your post is interesting, and I certainly agree with what you say about preachers saying what people want to hear. The truth is not open for manipulation by anybody.

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Re: Recognition of Human Incarnation
« Reply #4 on: March 05, 2012, 04:43:33 AM »
Iam also somewhat confused by this post, although I accept and acknowledge the importance of truth. However, I don't believe I've ever heard a Buddhist refer to 'Lord,' so I'm wondering if this post is on the wrong board. I admit I do not know much about Buddhism, but I do know that while Buddhists acknowledge the Christian God, they do not worship him - in fact, from my eperience, they do not actually 'worship' anyone.

That said, your post is interesting, and I certainly agree with what you say about preachers saying what people want to hear. The truth is not open for manipulation by anybody.

Buddhist do not believe in a God per se, but are aware of a higher power.  When, for example I change the flowers and light incense on my altar, I am not trying to appease God or the Buddha, I am following a tradition.  And instead of chanting words (that I have no understanding of) I simple say something like "Hello God, you made these beautiful flowers and you made the enjoyable aroma of the burning incense.  Thank you very much.  I present them back to you as the gift you gave to me.

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« Reply #5 on: July 01, 2012, 07:57:29 PM »
To Catwoman, and any reader who wants to seek truth, I would like to suggest that our beliefs are an extension of our personality. They may be religious, or scientific, academic, or simply selfish. I invite readers to consider that one of our purposes in life is to combine all of these things to create a whole. Especially the combination of religion and science. Science is the simple math of our dimension, while religion is a representation of our ability to understand that we are more than what we can see...spirituality.

Spirituality is empowering as we learn new things. We have an unfulfilled need for truth. What we see before us is science, although we need to understand that there is a cause and effect aspect to science. The truth of science cannot be seen directly. So, our purpose (if we want to know more about truth) is to combine science with spirituality. If anyone cares to know exactly what I am talking about, please google my name and the title of one of my freeEbooks. I do not want to advertise...as I have nothing to gain. I simply share.

I gave up material possessions about a year ago and my life has placed a leash upon me and I am being lead around. The story is unique. I carry death upon my shoulders and angels seem to keep me going. I must say that in society, at least 80% of people do not like my story. Truth leads to despair, as the ego hides truth, and once we discover actual truth, it can be life altering. But, for most forum readers, it is a different story. My sharing is not directed at spiritual people...I just hope that a few of them find my work powerful and they want to take over where I leave off. My goal is to reach one person at a time.

If I am wrong, feel free to critrique. If you are interested, google my name...Wade Welch, plus:
Deal Or No Deal
Home Sweet Hell
Act Of Giving
Who Am I?
Origins Of Truth

As I walk around this state of Texas I find many people who consider me a threat to their self image. That is what truth does...it opens up a door to despair...which steps aside to reveal wonder. The truth is so simple. It is simple math. Science plus spirituality equals truth...and destiny.

Wade


 

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