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Philosophy

 

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Pedro H

 

Date added:

May 3, 2016

 

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College

 

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B

 

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They are listening and actively participating in their lessons. The movie itself provided an outlook on the lives of monks. While much of the movie was likely fictional, some of the life shown through the film must have been true. Seeing how these monks lived without modern technology provided a lens through which I could see my own life...
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Seeing how these monks lived without modern technology provided a lens through which I could see my own life. The teachings of Buddhism are quite interesting and seeing this film made me question whether Buddha would believe that someone living outside a monastery could achieve Nirvana. Are the distractions of the modern American life a deterrent to the ultimate achievement required to prevent reincarnation? While at first glance The Cup seems like a movie about monks and not about Buddhism, upon further analysis we definitely find traces of Buddhist teachings throughout the film...
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