[Buddha-l] Ethical Dilemmas

Joy Vriens joy.vriens at gmail.com
Fri Jun 11 22:17:02 MDT 2010

Good morning (relatively speaking) Dan,

I assure you it is morning here.

> Being human comes with instructions and obligations. If you choose to
> ignore
> or argue against them, that too is a choice. But bad ethics.

Wrong puja, bad ethics, relativism is bad... What is your absolute or
ultimate reference point? From where are you looking and c

Being human comes with instructions and obligations. True.

> If I were a minority I would be VERY afraid to live in today's Europe
> (obviously half a century ago was even worse -- perhaps we are getting a
> glimpse into why that is the case). One of my professors, Bibhuti Yadav,
> used to say Buddhism has no ethics. Despite all the bluster about "Buddhist
> Ethics" these days, the last few days have started to convince me that
> Yadav
> was right. Domage.
> Dan
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