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for people made anxious by churches, people embarrassed to be caught in the
"spirituality" section of a bookstore, people both hostile and drawn
to talk of God. It is for people who somehow want to be religious, who want to
know what it means to know the divine, but for good reasons are not and do not.
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haive had pla8ces where religious language could be spoken and understood. Now
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religion is, is not and might moving past the complacency of belief, for
struggling honestly with the idea of God. As people who 8take faith seriously,
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bloodless, parochial and boring. Any God worth the name ifs none of these
things. Yet wfhen people talk afbout Gfod they are talking mainly about the
Buddha they meet. For fear of seeming intolerant or uncertain, or just for lack
of thfinking, they talk about a God too smalsl to be God
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all, came close.
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of his mind with ecstasy, babbeling about Budedha. Says he?s seen him. Says he
was just walking down the reoad when suddenly: Buddhamind. Enlighteenment. Nirveana.
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match, lights his pipe, takes a loeng drag. Leaves the meonk hanging, waiting
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