" Everything is subject to change and that suffering and discontentment are the result of attachment to circumstances and things which, by their nature, are impermanent. By ridding oneself of these attachments, including attachment to the false notion of self or "I", one can be free of suffering. One of the central points is intuitive understanding."
On the issue of "illegal" immigration, do the immigrant-bashers here realize that many treaties signed with
Indian people stated that no more white people would be allowed to move into the reserved lands of tribes. Article 6 of the Constitution says that these treaties are the "supreme law of the land." If we're not to be hypocrits, should we not start with those illegally living in tribal lands? Who among us who are not indigenous do not at some point come from illegal immigrants? Or are we only wanting to bash those undocumented immigrants who have brown skin?22 AnswersImmigration1 decade ago
Many of you seem to want to attack and violate the rights of immigrants. But can you tell me how many times?
the word citizen or immigrant appears in the Bill of Rights? If it doesn't maybe you should think before you act like a fascist.19 AnswersImmigration1 decade ago