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DoctorDude

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« Reply #135 on: December 08, 2015, 06:57:50 PM »
Just wanted to share something with all you dudes. This is the story of the greatest and most unique Hoarder of all time. All her Buddha statutes really brought the mountain together. Enjoy the pictures! Share the story... And maybe we can get a giant Dude statue commissioned...

facebook.com/SaveTheTempleMountain
For the story: gofund.me/TempleMountain

DigitalBuddha

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Re: Dudeism
« Reply #136 on: December 08, 2015, 09:38:41 PM »
Just wanted to share something with all you dudes. This is the story of the greatest and most unique Hoarder of all time. All her Buddha statutes really brought the mountain together. Enjoy the pictures! Share the story... And maybe we can get a giant Dude statue commissioned...

facebook.com/SaveTheTempleMountain
For the story: gofund.me/TempleMountain

Looks like some kind of worthy Eastern thing, DoctorDude. Welcome to our beach community. Nice to have you on the lanes. Bars' over there, help yurself, mang!

PriorRestraint

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« Reply #137 on: December 09, 2015, 10:36:38 AM »
Just wanted to share something with all you dudes. This is the story of the greatest and most unique Hoarder of all time. All her Buddha statutes really brought the mountain together. Enjoy the pictures! Share the story... And maybe we can get a giant Dude statue commissioned...

facebook.com/SaveTheTempleMountain
For the story: gofund.me/TempleMountain

Cool story, DocDude. Re: your handle -- are an MD/OD? I'm a shrink, and it'd be nice to have some more health care dudes around this rug. Anyway, take it easy...

ChristianDude

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« Reply #138 on: April 22, 2016, 05:04:42 AM »
What an awesome post kicking off this thread!

The more I study and practice Dudeism... the more it parallels my experience in Jeet Kune Do... I could almost use the same words with JKD interposed and hear conversations I have had with Guro Dan Inosanto. Dudeism can be part of my JKD... JKD can be part of my Dudeism... The descriptor of the path is merely arbitrary.

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"Dudeism is the outward expression of how we interact with the world and the dudes we encounter... The inner way we ruminate and allow things to affect our lives and atta-dude... Abiding."

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« Reply #139 on: September 18, 2016, 06:51:58 PM »
A rose by any other name would still be a religion.

As the communication of two humans is created so is dogma, if they are to function together. And so will what ever you would like to term this group.
A story like any other to gather around, and appreciate the message. The Dude and his ways created a unification which brought us here with (an assumption)with likened spirits and maybe "get in a few frames". In this, we must accept; to understand what it is to be Dude, we create and spread 'dogma'. It is its nature.
As Walter aggresses and fights the path of others for his own, his rationalizations cannot sway the dude because of 'the fucking toe'. The existence of which proves that others are being affected by this path so very undude. And even more to the point, it's ruining our ability to bowl!
A plight as old as the Buddha, or the idea of god itself, with all the glorified hype to ensure the viewers unification. A story to urge others a "better path". This is (i believe) an honourable trait, as manipulating as it may be.
The idea that this is based on a story, which we clearly understand as a potential analogy and not reality, is where the heart of Dudeism can be found. We are free of the fear based shroud of ignorance, and are much more realistic about realities and things that will not stand, man.
If I were to be the man for my time and place, well...i'll try to be Dude.
And so i say to my new friends..."have you got any milk?"
Brother Fabian

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« Reply #142 on: July 20, 2017, 04:33:13 AM »
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« Reply #143 on: October 12, 2018, 02:58:35 PM »
its no religion man its a way of thought and life, slow it all down and chill

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« Reply #144 on: October 18, 2018, 11:09:42 AM »
I've started my own Ashram.
Right here.
In my cubicle.
It's a fucking Ashram!

Out here we are all his children

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Dudeism and religion
« Reply #145 on: November 18, 2018, 10:06:50 PM »
I think many religions developed from philosophies originally, then someone came up with all the fairytale stuff to add to the push for new recruits. Buddhism particularly comes to mind. An apparently smart guy who realized he was an entitled child of wealth who then tried to share what he had figured out. Now they have different sects that fight over minutia that he would likely think foolish. If you are worried about Dudeism as a religion, then IMHO, you are missing my main attraction with it. It is not rule based, other than be happy, seize life and be kind. The greatest tenants I can think to live by. Buddha was right, want is the bane of contentment. When you learn to really enjoy the simple and regular moments of life, that is when you really learn to live.

 

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