Anyone who knows anything about The Buddha knows that he wasn't very keen on us having desires. In fact, he was quite adamant about letting us know that the cause of ALL suffering is desire.
When I first heard this I couldn't help but think he was just a big kill joy -- the thought of going through life desire-less brings up images of a robotic world devoid of emotion. What would be the point? But I think I'm beginning to understand what he was getting at because there's desire and then...
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