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Tuesday, September 3, 2013

The Existance of Buddha

Buddha's presences may be recalled by emblems such as the bo tree, the jedi, and the empty seat, the stool throne.

I think that the better part of Buddhism may be a set of practices which are not difficult to understand. Still the bulk of Buddhism has become rich and great.

I think that Buddha saw the reality of suffering as the great problem of mankind. He saw the practice of right view, right intention, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right effort, and right mindfulness as ways of mitigating suffering in ones life.

Evidence of goodness or correctness in a person included: generosity, learning, letting go of the material, wisdom, perseverance, forbearance, truthfulness, determination, loving kindness, equanimity. These have been called the Buddhistic virtues.

Buddha found it important to remind his followers that the practice of: real work, loving kindness, generosity, and meditation were very important.

He told them too that good practices lead the great virtues in a person's life of increased generosity, compassion,loving, peace, and clearheadedness.

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