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Lions Roar : March 2006
rules. You may have a view that you consider to be the truth, but if you cling to it, then that is the end of your free inquiring. You have to be aware that with the practice of looking deeply you may see things more clearly. That is why you should not be so dogmatic about what you have found; you have to be ready to release your view in order to get a higher insight. That is very exciting. In the sutra given to the young people of the Kalama tribe, the Kalama Sutra, the Buddha said, "Don't just believe in some- thing because it has been repeated by many people. Don't just believe in something because it has been uttered by a famous teacher. Don't just believe in something even if it is found in holy scripture." You have to look at it, you have to try it and put it into the practice, and if it works, if it can help you transform your suffering and bring you peace and liberty, you can believe it in a very scientific way. p::: ÇQ p::: z o Q @ o E--< o ::r: p., So I think Buddhists should not be afraid of science. Science can help Buddhism to discover more deeply the teaching of the Buddha. For example, the Avatamsaka Sutra says that the one is made of the many, and the many can be found in the one. This is something that can be proven by science. Out of a cell they can duplicate a whole body. In one cell, the whole genetic heritage can be found and you can make a replica of the whole body. In the one you see the many. These kinds of things help us to under- stand the teaching of Buddha more deeply. So there is no reason why Buddhists have to be afraid of sci- ence, especially when Buddhists have the capacity to release their view in order to get a higher view. And in Buddhism, the highest view is no view at all. No view at all! You say that permanence is the wrong view. So you use the view of impermanence to correct the view of permanence. But you are not stuck to the view of >- page 98 Monks and nuns of the Order of lnterbeing lead chants at the 2005 peace walk in Los Angeles. SHAMBHALA SUN MARCH 2006 57