Who Is Allah?

Who Is Allah?

There are 256502 comments on the The Brussels Journal story from Aug 24, 2007, titled Who Is Allah?. In it, The Brussels Journal reports that:

“Allah is a very beautiful word for God. Shouldn't we all say that from now on we will name God Allah? [...] What does God care what we call him?”

From the desk of Soeren Kern on Fri, 2007-08-24 11:56 Europeans love to mock the salience of religion in American society. via The Brussels Journal

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yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#183836 Jul 30, 2013
bmz wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree Krishna was bad and Buddha was good.
However, Buddha had nothing at all of the sort that you are bringing up.
Buddha, by the way, married his cousin. lol! Right?
rabbee: what makes one liar better than another, is only the result of the personal preference of their illusions.
JOEL

India

#183837 Jul 30, 2013
bmz wrote:
<quoted text>

Buddhi and Niravana are good words.
What do you understand by the terms Buddhi and Nirvana?

(laughs in advance)
yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#183838 Jul 30, 2013
one of the most dangerous delusions, any one or group can have. G-D is on - our side. when TheTorah world history, indicates very, very, very few have ever been on the side of G-D.

when the last time i checked, G-D is only on The-Side of G-D. with nobody on The-Side of G-D here in TheTorah History in TheHappening again.

when all the world's self proclaimed history, appears to be only proficient in screwing up this Only Story from G-D again.

is there any reason, to reject the history from men excluding G-D here in TheTorah again? when The-Our History without G-D, does not truly exist.
yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#183839 Jul 30, 2013
does not make any difference, if what you say is not true to G-D here in TheTorah actually in TheHappening. and is extremely dangerous, to assume G-D is not even now still giving TheTorah. because it is TheWord of G-D, and not the words of subtle men trying to exclude G-D from The-Story.
JOEL

India

#183840 Jul 30, 2013
bmz wrote:
<quoted text>

I agree Krishna was bad and Buddha was good.

Yes, Krishna was bad.

Were Muhammad and Moses as bad or worse than Krishna?

Since: Jul 13

Location hidden

#183841 Jul 30, 2013
JOEL wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, Krishna was bad.
Were Muhammad and Moses as bad or worse than Krishna?
I hope you don't mind if I enter the discussion. Question is: what makes Buddha good? Rather, why do you think Buddha was good?
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#183842 Jul 30, 2013
CouldThisBeTrue wrote:
<quoted text>

what makes Buddha good?

Rather, why do you think Buddha was good?
Good is part of a dualism and so where there's good there's also bad. I(t's a play of the forces of good and bad with each jostling the other and attempting to dominate the play.

Buddha's innate nature was drawn from the Illumined Mind and so was transcendent - above the dualism of good and bad which are attributes of the physical, vital and mental ranges of consciousnesses.

The Higher Mind, Illumined Mind, Intuition Mind, Overmind, Supermind, Bliss and other superior ranges of consciousness stand above the lower triple planes of mind, vital and matter and are more inclined to the transcendental in an ascending hierarchy than to the dualism of good and bad which are inherent characteristics of the lower planes of mind, vital and matter.

Read the Buddha's grand teachings and read about his sublime actions and you'll learn why he was transcendant and not within the realm of the dualism of good and bad or light and shadow.
yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#183843 Jul 30, 2013
JOEL wrote:
<quoted text>
Good is part of a dualism and so where there's good there's also bad. I(t's a play of the forces of good and bad with each jostling the other and attempting to dominate the play.
Buddha's innate nature was drawn from the Illumined Mind and so was transcendent - above the dualism of good and bad which are attributes of the physical, vital and mental ranges of consciousnesses.
The Higher Mind, Illumined Mind, Intuition Mind, Overmind, Supermind, Bliss and other superior ranges of consciousness stand above the lower triple planes of mind, vital and matter and are more inclined to the transcendental in an ascending hierarchy than to the dualism of good and bad which are inherent characteristics of the lower planes of mind, vital and matter.
Read the Buddha's grand teachings and read about his sublime actions and you'll learn why he was transcendant and not within the realm of the dualism of good and bad or light and shadow.
rabbee: buddah, krishna, muhammed, and the rc popes are all liars not true to G-D. they are just more of those, subtle talking critters, G-D warned you all about here in genesis again. it still results in more murder-terrorism, to not be true to G-D here in The Same Story again. and G-D is giving us all hell, for this whole worlds lying as if not here in TheTorah.

this is again near, the end of the sixth day here in TheTorah. and you all still do not know what story you are in, and from WHOM. G-D has again had Adam put to death, and you don't even know what happens next here in TheTorah.
yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#183844 Jul 30, 2013
JOEL wrote:
<quoted text>
Good is part of a dualism and so where there's good there's also bad. I(t's a play of the forces of good and bad with each jostling the other and attempting to dominate the play.
Buddha's innate nature was drawn from the Illumined Mind and so was transcendent - above the dualism of good and bad which are attributes of the physical, vital and mental ranges of consciousnesses.
The Higher Mind, Illumined Mind, Intuition Mind, Overmind, Supermind, Bliss and other superior ranges of consciousness stand above the lower triple planes of mind, vital and matter and are more inclined to the transcendental in an ascending hierarchy than to the dualism of good and bad which are inherent characteristics of the lower planes of mind, vital and matter.
Read the Buddha's grand teachings and read about his sublime actions and you'll learn why he was transcendant and not within the realm of the dualism of good and bad or light and shadow.
rabbee: don't tell me anyone in this world denouncing G-D here in TheTorah is good, in order to give yourself with the delusion of being good. if it ain't really true to G-D, here and now in TheTorah it's demonic horse-man-ur.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#183845 Jul 30, 2013
JOEL wrote:
<quoted text>
Buddha left his body at the ripe age of 80 or so and predicted the day and time of his leaving the mortal coil and yes he was not murdered unlike Muhammad.
Muhammad the so called number one prophet of Ilah, the creator of universe was poisoned and his "almighty" god was not able to advise or save him.

Buddha who is said to have attained the enlightenment reached the Nirvana, a state free from greed, hate ignorance etc, but was utterly ignorant about the last meal he ate full of poison.

LOL
bmz

Since: Mar 08

Location hidden

#183846 Jul 30, 2013
JOEL wrote:
What do you understand by the terms Buddhi and Nirvana?
(laughs in advance)
Buddhi and Nirvana are the names of my two Indonesian maids, who have been employed for preparing choice Indonesian dishes for me.

(Laughs in return)

Fool! Do you think I do not know?
yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#183848 Jul 30, 2013
JOEL wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, Krishna was bad.
Were Muhammad and Moses as bad or worse than Krishna?
rabbee: well the only mention from G-D about muhammed and krishna is those dratted subtle talking beasts of the fields. and i do not believe, that was a compliment from G-D. so there is no comparison between anyone else and Moshe. there is no, contest there. worse according to your evil judgement, does not necessitate worse according to G-D.
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#183849 Jul 30, 2013
HOW DID BUDDHA DIE?

Buddha did not die after eating poisoned food (pork). He was a vegetarian.

The reference in the Pali and Sanskrit books to Buddha's death is the deep symbolism of the Varaha or Boar incarnation of Brahma - the cosmic creative force. Now, the brahmins of those days, supposedly special manifestations of the Varaha incarnation of the Brahma, were jealous and opposed to the Buddha for exposing their corrupt practices and at his mass popularity and so when the Buddha voluntarily quit his body after announcing the date and exact time of his death, the brahmins were happy that their arch foe was no more and so they made entries in the books stating that the Varaha (boar) incarnation of Brahma (which the brahmins believed they were a special manifestation of as stated in the Rig Veda) had vanquished or defeated the Buddha at last.

This is the actual meaning of the reference to the Varaha in connection with Buddha's death - his parinirvana.
yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#183850 Jul 30, 2013
and you can't convince me, that with even just all the terrorism plagues commanded to happen in this world against G-D. that G-D is not really, really, really, pissed at the whole world again. without even mentioning all the other, pestilence, plague and famine, in The-World again here in TheTorah. with only mental magic, excluding yourselves from being here in Only TheTorah from G-D again.
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#183851 Jul 30, 2013
BMZ,

Are your maids Buddhi and Nirvana hot?

Will Buford like them?

Ooops, I forgot that Buford the Jesus freak is a homo.

(smiles)
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#183852 Jul 30, 2013
Varaha actually means the digger of roots that in physical terms is symbolized as a boar. It means a dynamic vital force that digs deep into the subconscient to get at the roots of personality defects.
Alex123 aka WM

London, UK

#183853 Jul 30, 2013
El Cid wrote:
<quoted text>I always knew you were a homo. Of course you know that buttfuckery is HIGHLY risky, as in, potentially fatal.
You knew I am homo because you are one. yesterday nite was amazing, he was so kind, romantic, hot. after the sublime dinner I ate his big piece of brown meat, of course after the sunset. still I smell of his cream and my mouth and my rear hurts me a lot and I am happy with it.

Salaamz
Alex123 aka WM

London, UK

#183854 Jul 30, 2013
JOEL wrote:
BMZ,
Are your maids Buddhi and Nirvana hot?
Will Buford like them?
Ooops, I forgot that Buford the Jesus freak is a homo.
(smiles)
You never touched a woman before, and you are on your 30's or 40's 'n' millionaire. you are like us.... a homo who wants to hide his homosexuality living as eunuch. ah ah ah

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#183855 Jul 30, 2013
JOEL wrote:
Varaha actually means the digger of roots that in physical terms is symbolized as a boar. It means a dynamic vital force that digs deep into the subconscient to get at the roots of personality defects.
Buddhism is a contradiction.

Explain how life existed before:
"According to the Buddha, there were lives before birth and there will be lives after death. This is what we call re-becoming (or rebirth). We don’t use the word ‘reincarnation. 1 When one attains nirvana, there is no more re-becoming."

JOEL

India

#183857 Jul 30, 2013
Nirvana is simply a stilling or stepping back from the outgoing waves of mind, vital and matter. It is not supramentalization that leads to perfection and physical immortality. An individual who attains to nirvana moves out of the centrifugal and cyclical rhythms of consciousness and energy and can if he quits his body by drawing out his psychic stay aloof from the frontal workings of nature. He can if he so wishes re-enter the whirlpool and reincarnate in any family of his choosing if he wishes to help others attain to the same state of liberation or if he wishes to further his own development of consciousness by rising beyond nirvana. So, there's no contradiction.

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