why doesnt one who has reached equanimity get unsettled?

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villkorkarma
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Which number is larger than 1000 and less than 1002: 6

why doesnt one who has reached equanimity get unsettled?

Postby villkorkarma » Sun Jun 30, 2013 6:30 pm

how come? its the same hindrances?
dont hurt anyone in any sort of way

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Which number is larger than 1000 and less than 1002: 6
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Re: why doesnt one who has reached equanimity get unsettled?

Postby IanAnd » Tue Jul 02, 2013 5:39 am

Did you mean to ask: "why does one who has reached equanimity get [become] unsettled?"

Otherwise, I don't understand your question.
"The gift of truth exceeds all other gifts" — Dhammapada, v. 354 Craving XXIV


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