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Other religions, as far as seen, may have certain elements of generosity, yet mostly upwardly, like in arabic.

Most religion praise the worthy and honor of parents.

Many religions have similar precepts like the basic five, yet mostly limited toward human beings to keep, some only toward "own kind". No other religion has a simple and clear cut set of the basic precepts.

Most, especially Arabic religions, praise abstain from sensuality, sex, indoxications, entertainment... most more then the basic four.

Certain Dhammic religions do not give much into abstain from sensuality.

Like in Dhamma, most religions have the unspoken precept of refuge as obligation, even stronger.

Less religions, here mostly the Dhammic, have focus on mental cultivation as guided teaching.

Arabic religions lack much on faculty of any wisdom and Dhammic often gravely wrong.

Liberation from the bounds of becoming is only found in the Buddhas teachings.

It's all naturally: no giving up outwardly, no complete virtue, no real virtue, no concentration, no concentration, no wisdom, no liberation.

As far as such as re-ligion can still be found, it's probably only the Buddhas which has been not become solvely secular missing contemplatives and homeless life totally.

Generally my person does not encourage to waste time, since even the best rest disappears very fast and anicent paths will be soon no more traceable since no one has gone them any more.

There is a nice and friendly "all religions community", my person got known this days. Surely a good place if interested to explore, Nyom Sarath.

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Other religions, as far as seen, may have certain elements of generosity, yet mostly upwardly, like in arabic.

Most religion praise the worthy and honor of parents.

Many religions have similar precepts like the basic five, yet mostly limited toward human beings to keep, some only toward "own kind". No other religion has a simple and clear cut set of the basic precepts.

Most, especially Arabic religions, praise abstain from sensuality, sex, indoxications, entertainment... most more then the basic four.

Certain Dhammic religions do not give much into abstain from sensuality.

Like in Dhamma, most religions have the unspoken precept of refuge as obligation, even stronger.

Less religions, here mostly the Dhammic, have focus on mental cultivation as guided teaching.

Arabic religions lack much on faculty of any wisdom and Dhammic often gravely wrong.

Liberation from the bounds of becoming is only found in the Buddhas teachings.

It's all naturally: no giving up outwardly, no complete virtue, no real virtue, no concentration, no concentration, no wisdom, no liberation.

As far as such as re-ligion can still be found, it's probably only the Buddhas which has been not become solvely secular missing contemplatives and homeless life totally.

Generally my person does not encourage to waste time, since even the best rest disappears very fast and anicent paths will be soon no more traceable since no one has gone them any more.

There is a nice and friendly "all religions community", my person got known this days. Surely a good place if interested to explore, Nyom Sarath.

(not given for trade and exchange but for release)

Other religions, as far as seen, may have certain elements of generosity, yet mostly upwardly, like in arabic.

Most religion praise the worthy and honor of parents.

Many religions have similar precepts like the basic five, yet mostly limited toward human beings to keep, some only toward "own kind". No other religion has a simple and clear cut set of the basic precepts.

Most, especially Arabic religions, praise abstain from sensuality, sex, indoxications, entertainment... most more then the basic four.

Certain Dhammic religions do not give much into abstain from sensuality.

Like in Dhamma, most religions have the unspoken precept of refuge as obligation, even stronger.

Less religions, here mostly the Dhammic, have focus on mental cultivation as guided teaching.

Liberation from the bounds of becoming is only found in the Buddhas teachings.

It's all naturally: no giving up outwardly, no complete virtue, no real virtue, no concentration, no concentration, no wisdom, no liberation.

As far as such as re-ligion can still be found, it's probably only the Buddhas which has been not become solvely secular missing contemplatives and homeless life totally.

Generally my person does not encourage to waste time, since even the best rest disappears very fast and anicent paths will be soon no more traceable since no one has gone them any more.

There is a nice and friendly "all religions community", my person got known this days. Surely a good place if interested to explore, Nyom Sarath.

(not given for trade and exchange but for release)

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Other religions, as far as seen, may have certain elements of generosity, yet mostly upwardly, like in arabic.

Most religion praise the worthy and honor of parents.

Many religions have similar precepts like the basic five, yet mostly limited toward human beings to keep, some only toward "own kind". No other religion has a simple and clear cut set of the basic precepts.

Most, especially Arabic religions, praise abstain from sensuality, sex, indoxications, entertainment... most more then the basic four.

Certain Dhammic religions do not give much into abstain from sensuality.

Like in Dhamma, most religions have the unspoken precept of refuge as obligation, even stronger.

Less religions, here mostly the Dhammic, have focus on mental cultivation as guided teaching.

Arabic religions lack much on faculty of any wisdom and Dhammic often gravely wrong.

Liberation from the bounds of becoming is only found in the Buddhas teachings.

It's all naturally: no giving up outwardly, no complete virtue, no real virtue, no concentration, no concentration, no wisdom, no liberation.

As far as such as re-ligion can still be found, it's probably only the Buddhas which has been not become solvely secular missing contemplatives and homeless life totally.

Generally my person does not encourage to waste time, since even the best rest disappears very fast and anicent paths will be soon no more traceable since no one has gone them any more.

There is a nice and friendly "all religions community", my person got known this days. Surely a good place if interested to explore, Nyom Sarath.

(not given for trade and exchange but for release)