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Old 07-05-2012, 01:33 PM   #100
phitruong
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Re: Ki to the Highway

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Matthew Story wrote: View Post
and once again, the burden of proof is on the believer and not the non-believer.
why would the burden of the proof be on the believer? if because of my belief, i can get my stuffs to work and you don't believe and can't get it to work. why would it me to prove it to you? for example, if the fire walker that can walk across the burning coals and doesn't get burn, but you can't. why would the fire walker has to prove in some physics/chemistry/biology/whatever to you? take something closer to home, taking Ikeda sensei when he said "i moved my inside", is it his burden to prove to you that his techniques worked and your couldn't because he actually either moved his inside or not?

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