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#28421 - 11/20/08 11:52 AM Re: Atemporal Universe? [Re: Zephir]
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Zephir--Either you are way above me intellectually or you are full of it: I haven't been able to figure out which. Anyway, what you say might as well be in Pali as far as I can tell.

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#28423 - 11/20/08 04:53 PM Re: Atemporal Universe? [Re: Thislin]
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Originally Posted By: Thislin
..what you say might as well be in Pali...
I'd didn't get the meaning of this sentence. Don't expect a very much from me, but from AWT.

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#28429 - 11/21/08 05:08 PM Re: Atemporal Universe? [Re: Zephir]
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Originally Posted By: Thislin
..what you say might as well be in Pali...
I'd didn't get the meaning of this sentence. Don't expect a very much from me, but from AWT.
Pali is believed to have been the language of the Buddha (the one that was Guatama), and a lot of the Buddhist canon is in Pali. Since I don't understand Pali, I am not able to read these except in translation. In other words, it was my way of expressing the idea "It was Greek to me."

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#28443 - 11/22/08 08:24 PM Re: Atemporal Universe? [Re: Thislin]
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Originally Posted By: Thislin
"It was Greek to me."
My English is far from perfect, but which first sentence of mine was incomprehensible for you, exactly?

We can analyze the source of misunderstanding.

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