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Greetings from malaysia

Postby Mahadevan » Tue Apr 23, 2013 8:19 pm

Good Day

I'm Mahadevan from Malaysia and i need some information.
Thank you for your time
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Re: Greetings from malaysia

Postby David N. Snyder » Tue Apr 23, 2013 8:26 pm

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Re: Greetings from malaysia

Postby cooran » Tue Apr 23, 2013 8:48 pm

Welcome to Dhammawheel! :group:

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Re: Greetings from malaysia

Postby Mahadevan » Wed Apr 24, 2013 6:11 am

Good Day Friends

I would like to know if anyone from Dhamma Wheel could help me?

Thank you All
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Re: Greetings from malaysia

Postby Mahadevan » Wed Apr 24, 2013 7:11 am

Om Buddha

I am Mahadevan from Malaysia. I am a hindu for 32 years. I believe God is EveryWhere in Human Form. But as human,our blood is still all red in colour and we do have feeling. The different is we can only eat until we are full if we were hungry. All have their own limits.

Im sorry if i'm rude, im only want to know the truth! I respect all human as my teacher.

I'm hurt and uncapable to help my buddha mother. I m totally confuse and need some advice.

My mother is hurt.She is ONLY a statue. But she is alive for me. I need to know how could i take of her as she is in Thailand and im in Malaysia. How should i put medicine for her? How could i reach her? Will she forgive me? What to say to her 2 babys?

I cant think anything anymore.

Friends would you help me?

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Mahadevanrastaman@gmail.com
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Re: Greetings from malaysia

Postby BlackBird » Wed Apr 24, 2013 7:40 am

Sorry Mahadevan but your question doesn't make much sense. Are you asking us how you can feed a statue? Or are you saying your mother lives in Thailand? You say your mother is a statue and has children?

We don't tend to feed statues in Buddhism. Sometimes we make offerings of flowers etc to Buddha statues, but most do not believe statue to be alive. The focus in Buddhism is more on meditation and putting an end to suffering than it is about worship of statues or gods.

In light of that I wonder if you might be better off posing your questions to fellow Hindus who share your beliefs :)

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Re: Greetings from malaysia

Postby Mahadevan » Wed Apr 24, 2013 10:02 am

Thank you black bird
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Re: Greetings from malaysia

Postby plwk » Wed Apr 24, 2013 12:07 pm

Namaste Mahadevan,

Please correct me if I am wrong but do you mean that your mother ('statue' means bedridden or cannot move on her own?) and children are in need of charity help?
If that is the case, please check out these Thai charity and outreach organisations here and here. Contact them, explain your situation and see what they can do for you and your part as well.

Hope that is helpful :anjali:
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Re: Greetings from malaysia

Postby buddha fame » Mon Apr 29, 2013 11:48 am

BlackBird wrote:Sorry Mahadevan but your question doesn't make much sense. Are you asking us how you can feed a statue? Or are you saying your mother lives in Thailand? You say your mother is a statue and has children?

We don't tend to feed statues in Buddhism. Sometimes we make offerings of flowers etc to Buddha statues, but most do not believe statue to be alive. The focus in Buddhism is more on meditation and putting an end to suffering than it is about worship of statues or gods.

In light of that I wonder if you might be better off posing your questions to fellow Hindus who share your beliefs :)

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I completey agree with BlackBird here!
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