4 noble truths

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Philosophy

 

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Lillie B

 

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October 16, 2012

 

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University

 

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A

 

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All, obviously, inextricably entwined, they show a path that leads to enlightenment, and to the true value of the human. Siddhartha, after reaching enlightenment determined that suffering was a psychological dissonance, meaning he believed it was just a mind confused as to what it actually wanted. Siddhartha, acknowledged as the first and highest Buddha, believed that the practice of the Eightfold path could lead to the end of suffering, a human condition...
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Siddhartha, acknowledged as the first and highest Buddha, believed that the practice of the Eightfold path could lead to the end of suffering, a human condition. While his views are not widely understood or even considered feasible, Buddhism has withstood the test of time, and has shown that the four noble truths may contain the truth Buddhists believe they do...
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