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answer to this post - -->If that's what you really crave, then you might "suffer" if you don't get it! The Dhammapada warns against repretitive thinking such as, "He abused me, he struck me, he overpowered me, he robbed me." etc. If the above is tough then i will slowly below and create a writing suitable to my culture to clear the ...


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I can see your dilemma. If you read the original teachings of the Buddha (in the Early Buddhist Texts) and compare it with what is practised today, you will find a lot of differences. For e.g. in the original teachings, there's no statue-worship, deities-worship, chanting for blessing, trances, rituals, offering of food or flowers or incense to statues etc. ...


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This isn't easy to answer because I'm not sure what the question is. It seems to be: How can I explain Buddhism to Christians? How can I reconcile Buddhism with Christianity? How can I answer Christian's attacks on Buddhism? You found already, and posted in your question, some topics like "Top 10 MISCONCEPTIONS about BUDDHISM." They don't make ...


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It is my impression that one might accept, believe and hold that greed, anger & delusion are traits that are corruptions in a person but find it difficult to evaluate which set of ideas are faulty and what is the optimal way to develop the good and eliminate the bad traits. One such as this could hold the foremost wrong view on the matter of there being ...


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I posted that Buddhism or Christ? question on a Christian forum too, and after quite a response from them, I felt I have some clues. I used to be a loyal person and have been studying Buddhism for 6 years. Indeed it helps me a lot to be a better person and almost 100% of my doubt and direction can be found from the legacy of Buddha. Now I have been in Church ...


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