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Tony:

I am convinced that one can be spiritual and a meat-eater for example, but I don't really feel one can be a meat-eater and achieve Moksha or Liberation, no matter the level of intellectual understanding. For Compassion and Ahimsa are the nature of the Self and cannot be learned only become.

 

Wim:

Why putting a condition on Moksha or Liberation? Indeed I came to a point where I ate only bread, honey, butter and drank fresh spring water, until I came to a point where I did not need to eat at all. And I did not. Then I came to a point where I loved everything so much that I wanted to fully integrate, even eating anything was not a problem anymore.

There is quite a bit more to what Jesus said when he made himself available, flesh and blood, bread and wine and all. Do I dare to tell the whole story?

 

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