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Good Dose of Dharma : For Mediators When They Are Ill

By Nanayon, Upasika Kee

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Reproduction Date: 2005

Title: Good Dose of Dharma : For Mediators When They Are Ill  
Author: Nanayon, Upasika Kee
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Language: English
Subject: Religion, Buddhism, Buddhism and literature
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Excerpt: Normally, illness is something we all have, but the type of illness where you can still do your work isn't recognized as illness. It's called the normal human state all over the world. Yet really, when the body is in its normal state, it's still ill in and of itself -- simply that people in general are unaware of the fact that it's the deterioration of physical and mental phenomena, continually, from moment to moment.


 

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