All things, ideas, events, and so forth, are "empty," meaning they do not cause or define themselves, but arise and cease due to conditions.
Under close scrutiny even the most rationally constructed positions and systems--including Buddhism--are demonstrably incoherent and irrational.
Things can never adequately be explained either in terms of themselves or in terms of their relations to other things.
No entity arises from itself, from another, from both itself and another, or from neither itself nor another.
All thinking presupposes the categories "identity" and "difference," but these categories are incoherent and have no referent.
Language does not refer to things, but is self-referential.
There are two levels of discourse, the conventional and the ultimate; one learns the letter through the former, and realizes Nirvana on the basis of the latter.
Our deepest emotional and existential problem stem from clinging to cognitive positions and presuppositions.
The deep-seated, driving propensity to create the illusions of conceptual order through self-justifying rationalizations can be overcome eliminated.
The Supreme One is personality and creates the world and its people for self--expression.
The Supreme and humanity are related by mutual love.
The Same stream of life runes throughout the universe.
The whole objective of human being is to free the personality from the contraction of self in desire into the expression of soul in love.
Religion should establish unity in diversity.
Modern civilization has gathered its wealth and missed its well--being.
True education must aim at freedom from ignorance of laws of the universe and freedom from passion and prejudice.
Yours in Martialyogarts,
Prof.Dr.Dibyendu Kumar Nag.(N.D).PhD.DCO.MD.PsC.D.Min.
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