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Message Number: 100 - Tuesday, May 1, 2018 11:45:28 CDT
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Name:  Amani Maat-Kheru
Comments:

Right on My Brother!!!
You are teaching them correctly!!! Kick the Demo!!!!

Your the Man !!!!!!!

Amani Maat-Kheru.


Message Number: 99 - Sunday, April 15, 2018 20:49:17 CDT
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Name:  Melvin Smith
Comments:

Hey I really like your work here, you answer so many question about what is hidden from the American Aboriginals; I have spent the last five years working to cover our history stolen from our people and replaced with lies for true. I was wondering if there is any way you might take the time to looking into your history here in the Americas not as black slaves from Africa but as the Indigenous peoples of Canada, North America, Central and South. See they have dug up Buddha statues in the Georgia mounds along with the Grand Canyon oh and there is a ancient Buddha Temple in the mountain of Colorado, I first ran across it watching a documentary about the railroad. I love your work I just wanted to see your take on any of this history. my number is 814-366-1615. thank you


Message Number: 98 - Friday, February 9, 2018 15:18:28 CDT
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Name:  Freeheartandmind
Comments:

Just to clarify, I quit practicing in 1975, no forty-year member here, more like 4! Sorry my earlier message about Mel Wright wasn't clear, and thanks for responding.


Message Number: 97 - Monday, January 29, 2018 06:02:54 CDT
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Name:  Zhia
Comments:

Thanks fir addressing my previous question. Where does the name Yahweh actually come from? What does it mean? You have already stated our Creator's name is Myo Ren Kyo... Please excuse my unlearned spelling attempt. I mean no offense. It's just hard to navigate off your page and return to same frame with the correct spelling. I didn't print it. So forgive my, seemingly, insensitivity. Please answer the follow up questions. I am enjoying your straight talk and artistry. Let alone, the reality histories. Thanks again! ME.Zhia


Message Number: 96 - Saturday, January 27, 2018 05:38:57 CDT
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Name:  Thomas E Cartwright
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LOVE IT




Message Number: 95 - Private Message

Message Number: 94 - Friday, October 20, 2017 06:07:33 CDT
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Name:  Kristi
Comments:

I'm really interested in practicing to become a Buddhist.
I was so happy when I came across your website. Especially when I found a black website on Buddhism.

I live in Little Rock, AR and I don't know of any place that offer information.
I'm just using what information that I can get from the internet.
Anyway I wanted to say thank you for your information on your website.

Thanks, Kristi


Message Number: 93 - Saturday, July 15, 2017 23:57:07 CDT
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Name:  Wu Shifu O
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ZEN Buddhism has nothing in common with wishful thinking. As you go about your day thinking good thoughts, doing good works, and expecting good returns, there is a good reason for your expectations but it is not wishful thinking.

ZEN Buddhism is a realistic way of life, not wishful thinking. Is it unrealistic to treat people right, and expect right in return, if that does not happen, it is because of wishful thinking.

ZEN Buddhism teaches you, there is no good reason to treat people poorly. People may disappoint you because they are slaves to the ego, you are not; there is no good reason to treat people poorly.


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Message Number: 91 - Wednesday, June 28, 2017 02:49:44 CDT
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Name:  Eddywon Ichigaia
Comments:

It was nice today to see your webpage. I enjoy the expanse of the dharma. It would be nice to see discoveries of ancient Buddhist temples in africa. I am a Japanese Egyptian and I've visited Africa before but was only around Jewish people. I've heard many lectures on Buddhism but never one from a black person.