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Indeed you should. The best way is to make a website though, or to discuss it on spiritual forums rather than to try impressing it upon people with little interest. The Buddha himself had to be begged by a boy to start teaching Dharma, as he saw it to be mostly a waste of time to try convincing deluded, brash, egotistical, self-rightous fools who are obsessed with sex and addicted to experiencing excessive pleasure like ourselves something which is almost incomprehensable to the unenlightened mind. (I.e. Emptiness). Buddhists are encouraged to mention dharma where it feels appropriate mind, such as… Read more »

bad_sects
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bad_sects

Nope! Only if the person wants to learn. Each has to learn their own paths and make their own choices. Religion should not be enforced.

hello
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hello

nope, they should just accept people who want to with open arms. UNLIKE the christians. They have people running around in my neighborhood dor to door trying to convert people.

MC Hummer
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MC Hummer

If an argument has any validity, it will stand on its own merits and thinking people will accept it on their own.

The more that godbots proselytize and try to put their religious crap into law, the weaker their argument is by their own admission.

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The    I    Chong
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The I Chong

Only if asked to.

You asked, be prepared.
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You asked, be prepared.

No. A true Buddhist recognizes that each person’s path is their own.

Angela M
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Angela M

Sure, why not? The Evangelical Christians do it all the time…