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Lions Roar : May 2007
SHAMBHALA SUN MAY 2007 57 The Purple Quilt ➢ page 98 lennia pretending all wisdom evolves from the masculine and would consequently treat Buddhist nuns abominably, the Bud- dha clearly placed himself in the lap of the Earth Mother and affirmed Her wisdom and Her support. It has been enormously helpful to me to learn that the Bud- dha’s wife and son eventually joined him in the wilderness and that she became both a follower and a teacher. There was love between them. How I wish we had a record of her thoughts. The male effort to separate Wisdom from the realm of the Feminine is not only brutal and unattractive but it will always fail, though this may take, as with Buddhism, thousands of years. This is simply because the Feminine is Wisdom; it is also the Soul. Since each and every person is born with an internal as well as an eternal Feminine, just as everyone is born with an internal and eternal Masculine, this is not a problem except for those who insist on forcing humans into gender roles, which makes it easier for them to be controlled. Sometimes, as African Americans, African Indians, African Amerindians, people of color, it appears we are being removed