Saturday, April 21, 2012
The freedom of thought allowed by the Buddha is unheard of elsewhere in the history of religions. This freedom is necessary because man’s emancipation depends on his own realization of Truth, and not on the benevolent grace of a god or any external power as a reward for his obedient good behavior. Walpola Rahula (via disturbingly)

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