Saturday, March 21, 2009

AVISO DE SERVICIO PÚBLICO


Dice el diccionario de Oxford sobre Buddha: A title given to successive teachers (past and future) of Buddhism, although it usually denotes the founder of Buddhism, Siddhartha Gautama ( c. 563 BC – c. 480 BC ). Although born an Indian prince (in what is now Nepal), he renounced his kingdom, wife, and child to become an ascetic, taking religious instruction until he attained enlightenment (nirvana) through meditation beneath a bo tree in the village of Bodhgaya. He then taught all who wanted to learn, regardless of sex, class, or caste, until his death. ‘Buddha’ means ‘enlightened’ in Sanskrit.

Dice el diccionario de la Real Academia Española sobre Buda: En el pensamiento budista, persona que ha alcanzado la sabiduría y el conocimiento perfecto. Fundador del budismo. (FOTO: Javier Lishner).

Javier Lishner
Santa Clara, California
21 de marzo de 2009

2 comments:

CANALLA said...

ALGO ASI COMO ALAN???
O YO UN ILUMINADO

Javier Lishner said...

Hola Canalla:

Yo creo que ya sabes qué pienso de estos mensajes dirigidos a la masa y de estos mesías iluminados que solo embrutecen.

Saludos,

JL