Buddhism, Buddhism Art, and Hinduism

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Religion

 

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Richard M

 

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May 2, 2017

 

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University

 

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The awakening is called bodhi Four Noble Truths; 1) Suffering 2) The cause of suffering 3) The cessation of suffering 4) The way leading to the cessation of suffering The Noble Eightfold Path; 1) Right Speech 2) Right Actions 3) Right Livelihood 4) Right Effort 5) Right Mindfulness 6) Right Concentrations 7) Right Thoughts 8) Right Understanding The Three Jewels; 1) The Buddha 2) The Dharma 3) The Sangha The Five Precepts; 1) To refrain from taking life 2) To refrain from taking what is not given 3) To refrain from sensual misconduct 4) To refrain from lying 5) To refrain from intoxicants The Eight Precepts; 6) To refrain from eating at the wrong time 7) To refrain from dancing, using jewellery, going to shows 8) To refrain from using a high, luxurious bed...
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Buddhism; Is a dharmic, non-theistic religion, a philosophy, and a system of psychology Between 230 and 500 people in the world are Buddhists, it is the fifth-largest religion in the world Three parts; Theravada [Southeast Asia]; Mahayana [Eastern Asia]; Vajrayana [Northern Asia] Buddha is anyone who is awakened from the "sleep of ignorance", it is not only Siddhartha Gautama...
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