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Talks about Life from the Buddhist Perspective

Realizing the Value of Life

The value of life depends on how we use our lives. If what we want are positive values, we must use our bodily, verbal, and mental actions to achieve sufficient growth in our morals, character, and humanity.

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The True Self in the Buddhist Perspective

The foolish self is the self that suffers and enjoys happiness in turn in the process of cause and effect.

The difference between gradual enlightenment and sudden enlightenment

"Gradual enlightenment and sudden enlightenment serve the same purpose. As long as one becomes enlightened, it is good. It depends on one's karmic capacity whether one will attain gradual ...

How to transcend birth, aging, illness and death

Buddhism teaches that birth, aging, sickness, and death are all suffering in that they are changing, false image. Even when there is joy it is transient and not forever. To transcend samsara we sho...