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On questioning motivations for asking

I asked the question: "How do we know complete liberation from dukkha is possible?" a few hours ago. On it, I've seen two answers that look (at least to me) as if they are answering by ...
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Is asking for general feedback on my posting, OK on meta?

Is asking for general feedback on my posting, OK on meta? I like this site, but I worry I come off a more authoritative than I am, in my tone?
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Answers which reference lucid24.org

Sometimes someone may flag the fact that @frankk includes references to lucid24.org -- for example in this answer. I believe it's generally permitted for an author to reference their own work ...
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Can Andrei stop deleting perfectly reasonable answers?

How could we possibly have an infinity of past lives? There i posted a perfectly reasonable answer which was deleted because allegedly 'not Buddhist enough'. That answer is on point tho, logically ...
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Unnecessary arguing

For reference I think (based on an earlier comment of Alex's) that it was this question ... If Buddha had unconditional love, why did he "kill" some of his monks? ... or its answers, which ...
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Who keeps deleting my answer?

First answer I saw Little Buddha. Who is going to become a pet again? Second answer Did you watch Little Buddha? I did when I was young. Third answer Maybe there’s a chance the directors will ...
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I have an answer to a question, but maybe too many questions: should I post it?

I have an answer to a question, but maybe too many questions: should I post it as an answer? I suddenly feel like I can make sense of some important Buddhist teachings, without resorting to technical ...
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Is Advaita “Buddhism”?

Is Advaita considered to be not-Buddhism (for the purpose of deciding what's on-topic on this site)? I'm guessing that these answers might be Advaita, or something like that: https://buddhism....
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Deleting answer on Jhana without knowledge of the Dhamma

You cannot delete this question as others have invested time and effort into answering it. For more information, visit the help center.
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Why does sexual promiscuity not lead to the three lower realms?

I posted this in an answer: Regardless, random acts of performing consensual oral sex outside of committed relationships leads to 'rebirth' in the hungry ghost (addiction), animal (shamelessness) ...
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How can I explain hundreds page in this topic?

How can I explain hundreds page of the path of purification chapter XIV, XV, XVI, XVII, some part of chapter I&III, and Abhidhamma knowledge to @dhammadhatu? I think he asked the reason to number ...
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Absurdity in the SO Buddhist community is dangerous

I want everybody to take time to reflect about their voting and their answers especially high voted users. I want to state since in the beginning that this is not me lamenting about the rules of the ...
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Should the site accept non-constructive criticism of individuals or their works?

Is it useful to remove non-constructive criticism of individuals or their works? Consider someone asks a good question and another responds, but in the course of the response includes non-...
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Are these edits justified?

I made two edits to this answer: What exactly is svabhava?. The OP doesn't like these edits and wants them rolled back. Are the edits justified? I made them because someone complained about the ...
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What to do when it seems a useful answer may have nothing to do with Buddhism?

I recently saw a question on the "hot question" list about a dude not wanting to hurt his mother by moving away from her. (So I clicked through, otherwise I wouldn't have ever come to this sub.) I ...
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Is this answer wrong?

I'm wondering whether I ought to complain about this answer ... whether there's anything useful to be learned from a complaint, or harm from not complaining. I'm prompted by the OP's comment here: ...
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Aren't unfounded attacks on Buddhism unacceptable here?

In civilized discussions, if you disagree, you should provide counter-arguments, not offenses. For example, when Dhammadhatu called Pratityasamutpada explanation "materialistic error" (https://...
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What is wrong in my answer?

What is wrong in my answer? He ask about "no believing == no kamma". I answer "kamma can give their resultant, although people do kamma without believing" by the example. But why vote down? https:/...
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Are these comments inappropriate debate or reasonable questions?

I'm new here, and hoping to better understand the cultural and participation norms. In short order, I've managed to make comments that were declared by an experienced user as "debate" inappropriate ...
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Less goals “maybe equals” more results

I'd like to propose to undelete this answer as I think it's a reasonable, on-topic, answer. The reason being that there are many teachers that teach meditation without having goals, that having these ...
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Post comments to help improve answers?

We have liberal policies about accepting questions (of any quality) ... but what about answers? I noticed that Hugh was posting comments in this topic -- and I was wondering whether I can recommend ...
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Few Schools Represented

This is stemming from this question but it is part which has not been addressed in so far. So creating a thread for this specific part. Should a question should be put on hold thus blocking all other ...
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Should content the from a Buddhist POV or Perspective or presented in relation to Buddhism

This answer is more generic advice than Buddhist specific advice, as it was originally written. In the comments the OP ties hard to rationalise by making an analogy (similar to writing an essay about ...
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Answers I don't understand and/or answers that are questions/riddles/koans

Fex. I asked a question about self as verb, and one of the answers was really not an answer. The "answer" was: Self as noun or action/verb? Is mirage is a noun or action? Is rainbow is a ...
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Deleted Post In The Tradition of Kiribathgoda Gnanananda Thero

All the MP3 links in this post are valid directly refers to Metta and Vipassana: https://buddhism.stackexchange.com/a/12770/295 Wondering what the rationale behind it being delete? The tradition of ...