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equilibrium wrote:"Distance" is the difference between the first paragraph and the second.
A monk following right behind an Arahart v a monk one hundred leagues away.
Distance is being used to illustrate the point that "Seeing the Dhamma" is not by seeing with ones eyes.
It is seen with the "mind".
DAWN wrote:Merci yawaress
i'am sorry, just some precisions.
The Dhamma is not any dhamma, to be seen by eyes of body or eye of mind. But it is, that, by it's purity, let us see all dhammas.
The Dhamma can bee seen directly in dhammas, like a reflection in mirrow, when we are attentive in they, and when we know what is aspect of those dhammas that shows a reflection of The Dhamma, their true nature.
We can see by our eyes the reflection of The Dhamma in all external dhammas
We can see by our mind, the refcletion of The Dhammas in all internal dhammas
We cant see The Dhamma, cause it cant be seen, like a weight that cant weight, the weight of weight.
Buddha is the one who knows.
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