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Buddhism: An Overview
BUDDHISM, as recognized by its million followers in the eastern and western world, is both a religion and a philosophy. It originated from the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama who become the Supreme Buddha.
Religions >> Buddhism
The 14 Precepts of Tiep Hien Buddhism
Buddhism is not one. The teaching of Buddhism is many. When Buddhism enters one country, that country always acquires a new form of Buddhism. Buddhism, in order to be Buddhism, must be suitable, appropriate to the psychology and the culture of the society...
Religions >> Buddhism
Buddha
Buddha, the enlightened one, is primarily referred to Siddhartha Sakyamuni Gautama, the historical founder of Buddhism. He was a prince of a small kingdom in Kalinga (now Orissa), Northern India.
Religion & Philosophy >> Philosophy
History & Anthropology >> Indic / Vedic
Buddhism
I entrust myself to earth, Earth entrusts herself to me. I entrust myself to Buddha, Buddha entrusts herself to me. In Buddhism, there are three gems: Buddha, the awakened one; Dharma, the way of understanding and loving; and Sangha, the community that lives...
Religions >> Buddhism
How The Major Arcana and The Tibetan Book of The Dead can work together
There are some striking complements to the Major Arcana of the Tarot and the Tibetan Book of the Dead. They are a nice enhancement to the meanings of these powerful cards. I claim no expertise on Buddhism but I found the resonance and compatibility to Tarot...
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Tarot Cards >> The Major Arcana

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Suffering in Christianity and Buddhism: The Same or Different?
From the Urban Dharma Newsletter of 2/24/08... Suffering in Christianity and Buddhism: The Same or Different? 1.
“Is there a difference?” Iconic Images of Suffering in Buddhism and
Iconic Images of Suffering in Buddhism and Christianity. Alan Pope. University of West Georgia.
1 Lesson 4: The three marks of existence – Suffering Why does
Lesson 4: The three marks of existence – Suffering. Why does Buddhism stress so much the importance of recognizing and understanding suffering in one's life?
Suffering and Liberation in Theravāda Buddhism
Suffering and Liberation in Theravāda Buddhism. Asanga Tilakaratne1.
Dependent Co-origination: The Buddhist Approach - Beyond the Net
Buddhism.

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The Maitreya and the Cyborg: Connecting East and West for Enriching
Those who follow this path and aim for its perfection may develop the necessary insight to achieve bodhi and leave the state of suffering.

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Basics of Buddhism
The First Truth identifies the presence of suffering. The Second Truth, on the other hand, seeks to determine the cause of suffering.
The conquest of suffering : Buddhism versus utilitarianism
Alone among the world's religions, Buddhism locates suffering at the heart of the world. Indeed according to Buddhism, existence is suffering (dukkha).
The Four Noble Truths - A View on Buddhism
"Suffering is a big word in Buddhist thought. It is a key term and it should be thoroughly understood.
The Four Noble Truths
A Buddhist View of Suffering - Peter Morrell
A Buddhist View of Suffering. Buddhism is a religion pretty centrally concerned with suffering.

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