Re: MD On Faith

From: MarshaV (
Date: Wed Oct 13 2004 - 19:55:54 BST

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    Hi Erin,

    I'm suggesting that the big three (Islam, Judism & Christianity) are no
    longer appropriate. They are old ways of thinking. Buddhism is very old
    too. But it is more open and dynamic. It has rules, but its intent is to
    promote freedom from illusion. I also think that it promotes the
    everything-is-connected-to-everything perspective. This perspective seems
    more tuned to quantum sciences.

    Big disclaimer: I am neither a philosopher, nor scientist, nor
    Buddhist. I'm just an individual trying to see past her nose.


    At 08:34 AM 10/13/2004 -0700, you wrote:
    >I sent an email on this a few days back but it doesn't seem to have showed
    >up, probably resend it later.
    >But quick question. I am not trying to manipulate your words because you
    >didn't literally say this but this is honestly the impression i got from
    >reading this. I don't know if my impression is wrong or not ( i realize
    >that this is not what you wrote and am sorry if my impression is off).
    >But the discussion is about a new field science being better than an old
    >field of religion.
    >And so in reading this I got the sense of down with the old (religion) and
    >the up with the new. But then you say maybe Buddhism can help show the
    >way, but that is an old religion.

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