Can there be a reincarnation of Buddah if after enlightenment you go to Nirvana?

Asked By: demino45 1 hour ago

I’m not being a smart-azz I just would like to know more about the Buddhist faith.

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Posted by pukirahe Jul 29th, 2012 at 9:46PM

No man can become Buddha and enter Nirvana.
Nirvana is not a place but a state of mind like heaven.
The Holy Spirit manifests Himself from Age to Age
to give mankind higher and higher education. He is not
man, He is the Manifestation of God, belonging
to a station that human beings can never attain.
The nine Buddhas, or nine Manifestations of
the Holy Spirit in the Adamic Cycle are Abraham, Moses,
Zoroaster, Khrisna, Buddha, Christ, Muhammad, the Bab,
All saints like Peter, Ananda, Ali… are highest station that human
beings can reach.
This concept of Progressive Revelation shows the real
equality among all Religious Founders and bring mankind
to mutual love and mutual respect. Other theories showing
inequality among the Prophets will never lead to religious
harmony as we wish through a resolution of the UN on
October 20, 2010.
Wishing that each individual will study the Holy Books
to verify this eternal Truth.




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The Bab says:


“Verily, we have believed in Thee and in Thy signs ere the dawn of Thy Manifestation, and in Thee are we all well-assured. Verily, we have believed in Thee and in Thy signs after the fulfilment of Thy Manifestation, and in Thee do we all believe. Verily, we have believed in Thee and in Thy signs at the hour of Thy Manifestation and bear witness that through Thine injunction ‘Be Thou’ all things have been created.”

 (The Bab, Selections from the Writings of the Bab, p. 4)




From the Holy Books

Revealed by Prophets of God

Divine Truth is found



What or who made you believe in God?

Asked By: mikanippon 2 hours ago

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Posted by pukirahe Jul 2nd, 2012 at 5:25AM

God makes me believe in God.
He creates me with the mind which asks
questions, and the answers in the Holy Books
show me the way to Him.
I was asking why Christians and Buddhists cannot
be unified, although their Prophets teach love, knowledge,
fogiveness, tolerance, peace… These ideals must be
powerful enough to remove all barriers.
Then why some believe in God and others don’t?
Why sufferings exist although Buddha and Christ are
believed as Saviors of all mankind?
Answers I have found are as follows:
Buddhists and Christians are not unified,
because they follow rituals instead of Divine Teachings.
People cannot believe in God because He is invisible
and unknowable (this I have stated in other articles).
Mankind are still suffering, because Christ and Buddha
lead us to inner peace, but we want Them make us
earthly princes.
Briefly, I find in the Holy Books, revealed by the Messengers
of God, all satisfactory answers to my questions, and even
difficult questions I heard from other people.
Today, millions of my friends believe in God with certitude,
because they don’t depend on human explanations,
but they independently seek for themselves the truth
about One God, One Religion and One Humanity.
And becuse of this I believe that millions of other people
will find the truth in this free, independent and civilized way
of the third millennium.




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Baha’u’llah says:


“The prophets are sent to refresh the dead body of the world, to render the dumb, eloquent, to give peace to the troubled, to make illumined the indifferent and to set free from the material world all beings who are its captives. Leave a child to himself and he becomes ill-mannered and thoughtless. He must be shown the path, so that he may become acquainted with the world of the soul – the world of divine gifts.” (Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 109)




Answers from Prophets

Show signs of God’s Presence

So I turn to God


Buddha said that no one can or will save us but ourselves. We ourselves must walk the path. Do you think he’s right?

Asked By: laughinkatt 1 hour ago

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Answer by pukirahe Mar 17th, 2012 at 6:37AM

Yes, He is absolutely right.
By conducting bad living, we kill our soul;
by good living we save it. No power can
reverse this law of causality.
But, we need Educators like Buddha, Christ, Baha’u’llah,
to give us guidance and spiritual strength.
Most of us are now suffering, not because They condemn
us, but because we deprive ourselves of Their Education.

Reply by BluOmni Mar 19th, 2012 at 12:37PM

“We need Educators….” is a relative truth/reality of the Writer’s. Are Educators absolutely needed? No. Experiences of life and our perceptions of what we learn through those experiences even experiences of learning about specific subjects are our “teachers” and “educators.”. We give ourselves guidance and spiritual “strength” through our perceptions of those teachings…. Our perceptions are our creations.

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Baha’u’llah says:

“31. O SON OF BEING! Bring thyself to account each day ere thou art summoned to a reckoning; for death, unheralded, shall come upon thee and thou shalt be called to give account for thy deeds.” (Baha’u’llah, The Arabic Hidden Words)


Buddha saves my soul
Not by miracle but love
In Education


Hey friends….have you ever experienced any miracle?

Asked By: Sia1992 4 hours ago

Answer by pukirahe Feb 5th, 2012 at 3:55PM

I experience miracle everyday,
especially when we have the Internet.
Sitting here in my little room,
I can hear Obama delivering his speech before the Congress,
I can answer questions from people around the world,
I can give and receive any interesting messages
concerning any matters relating to myself and to the world.
Yes, miracles are occurring every day
for people who use their searching eyes.

Reply by strictlychaste Feb 5th, 2012 at 4:56PM

That’s a fairly loose definition of a miracle. So far you’ve described things that are completely predictable and follow the laws of physics. By miracle I think the questioner means something more like “observable suspension of the laws of statistics or physics.”

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Abdul-Baha says:

“Miracles are likewise convincing to a limited number only. For instance, a Buddhist would not be convinced by the miracles of Moses which are proofs only so far as the orthodox Jews are concerned, because they love Moses. On the other hand the miracles attributed to Jesus Christ are refuted by the Jews as a whole, saying “No one lives today who has seen these miracles performed, therefore, who can bear testimony to them?”
(Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 43)


Miracles are true
To small groups of beholders
Hence controversial


Who or What gives you Wicked intentions?

Asked By: Nem0 10 hours ago
i can think of a certain lady

Answer by pukirahe Oct 30th, 2011 at 6:08AM

Buddha tells three reasons: Lust, Anger and Ignorance,
and ignorance is the worst! Because lust and anger
are only the fruit of ignorance.
Once we get true knowledge, we will become
happy, peaceful and tolerant.


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Baha’u’llah says:

“Even as in the “Beginning that hath no beginnings” the term “last” is truly applicable unto Him who is the Educator of the visible and of the invisible, in like manner, are the terms “first” and “last” applicable unto His Manifestations. They are at the same time the Exponents of both the “first” and the “last.” Whilst established upon the seat of the “first,” they occupy the throne of the “last.” Were a discerning eye to be found, it will readily perceive that the exponents of the “first” and the “last,” of the “manifest” and the “hidden,” of the “beginning” and the “seal” are none other than these holy Beings, these Essences of Detachment, these divine Souls.” (Baha’u’llah, The Kitab-i-Iqan, p. 162)

Once gaining knowledge
From Divine Educator
We enjoy freedom

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