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Final Revision Part 6
2 nd Noble Truth. All suffering is caused by wanting too much
The Third Noble Truth is that greed and desire and suffering can be overcome or stopped
The Third Noble Truth Greed and selfishness can be stopped
Charity, Love help, support, compassion
The Fourth Noble truth is that all can reach Nirvana by following the Noble Eightfold Path
Meditation and wisdom
Meditation is discipline and calm self control. The three aims of the meditation are:Insight, tranquillity and loving kindness.
MEDITATION THAT ACHIEVES TRANQUILITY AND LOVINGKINDNESS
Enlightenment Or Nirvana
Nirvana is the highest wisdom
I go to the Buddha for refuge. I go to the Dharma for refuge. I go to the Sanga for Refuge.
We all have a spiritual side. Nirvana is developing that to achieve a greater awareness of ourselves and others
The Three Marks of Existence 1 st ANNICA Nothing lasts impermanence
The Second Mark of Existence is that Dukkha is everywhere
The Third Mark of Existence is Anatta no soul
We can create good and BAD KARMA
Good and Bad Karma
Buddhist Revision part one. Buddhism Revision Siddhartha Gutama born a prince. He was born in North-East of INDIA, today the country called NEPAL.
Buddhism part three. The Third Noble Truth. Greed and selfishness can be stopped. The Fourth Noble Truth The best way was to become enlightened and achieve.
Buddhism Part Two. The Buddha lived like an ascetic for 6 years. There are people who still live like an ascetic.
Buddhism Revision Part Five. THE NOBLE EIGHTFOLD PATH THIS IS ESSENTIAL.
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What is the human condition?. The 3 Marks of Existence The 3 Marks of Existence outline the basic Buddhist World View. Everything is conditioned, impermanent,
Religions of India Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism.
Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley Hs Chappaqua, NY.
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How to Face Death All of us fear death. This is perfectly natural. However, death is part of life. Once we are born, we will have to die. No one can escape.
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"Don't say that there is anyone in the world that doesn't need sympathy or help. All spirits incarnated on Earth are seeking support and improvement.
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