WAS THE BUDDHA A BAD BOY?

Was the Buddha a Bad Boy?
…just like Christ, Socrates and Milarepa..
were they all rebels?

Rebel: challenging society’s norms: nonconformist, dissenter, dissident, critic, sceptic, questioner; heretic, nonconformist, malcontent, rebel, subversive, renegade, mutineer; maverick; original, innovator, heretic, recusant, apostate; informal bad boy.

Rebels revolt against collective limitations.
We can follow their example
by being revolting too
😉

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6 Responses to WAS THE BUDDHA A BAD BOY?

  1. crestedduck says:

    Rebel: challenging society’s norms: nonconformist, dissenter, dissident, critic, sceptic, questioner; heretic, nonconformist, malcontent, rebel, subversive, renegade, mutineer; maverick; original, innovator, heretic, recusant, apostate; informal bad boy.

    1989~Hudson Spdwy@Londonderry, NewHampshire

  2. crestedduck says:

    must be some algorythm blocking pics that have rebel flag in them…oh well I tried twice

  3. marcel says:

    Why rebel? Against what? It is as it is. Que sera, sera. Just sit and doing nothing, is a gracious act of non-conforming in itself. stubbornness, not complying with time, creates tremendous space. 🙂

    • tony says:

      We start off looking at and acknowledging relative reality and recognising this mistaken view, which is maintained by the collective.

      Then acknowledge the effect on our own minds. We recognise the dissatisfaction with samsara.
      This is working at the lower levels.

      When we move into Dzogchen/Maha Ati, this dissatisfaction with relative reality is transformed into ultimate reality.

      First we separate the two truth to see what is what. Then we can see the unity of the two.

      Otherwise we may get caught up in nihilism…and get depressed! 😀

      Tony

  4. marcel says:

    yes depression, but also consternation, desolation and foremost melancolia..

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