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fundamental nature, lack the slightest
bit of difference. Yet if false thoughts
arise, one becomes a sentient being
drowning in birth and death. If one
knows reality as it is, then one
becomes a Buddha who realizes
bodhi.” 仏 仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏仏
Karma: If you are Buddha [fullyrealized = have perfect wisdom], no
longer relevant. “ ‘But as long as one
has not attained Buddhahood...
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