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"A philosopher is one who goes on talking about colour and light to a blind man, and goes on confusing him and confounding him. The blind man, is incapable of understanding anything about light.
Buddha says, 'I am not going to philosophize about light. I will simply give you a medicine, I will try to cure your eyes. Then you can see for Yourself.' 
This is the good doctrine, this is called Dhamma."

(Uit: The Diamond Sutra, Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh.)


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