DISCOVER: How to practice Buddhism in your Everyday Life!
Want to lead a balanced life that is a middle path between pleasure and pain? Interested to follow a philosophy that will lead you to self-actualization? Do not believe in worshipping an idol or deity? Do you want to lead a fulfilling life by following the path of mindfulness? Buddhism may be the solution.
Practicing Buddhism in Everyday Life
Buddhism, although an ancient religion, can be practiced every day easily. Buddhism doesn’t prescribe difficult rituals or impossible customs; it is a practical religion that is more modern and progressive than many other religions. Buddhism doesn’t throw strict rules at us and expect us to follow them or else. Buddhism doesn’t tell you that the answers are elsewhere. It says that the answer to all the questions lie within yourself. It is better to rely on yourself, your knowledge, your intellect and your wisdom to search the Eternal Truth rather than depending on a teacher to take you on the path. Buddhism is a way of life; and to become a Buddhist you don’t have to convert to it. Anyone who wishes to live a simple, compassionate and peaceful life as prescribed by the Buddha, and live according to the Four Noble Truths, can simply call themselves a Buddhist.
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- What is the origin of Buddhism?
- Is Buddhism a religion or philosophy?
- Who was Gautama Buddha?
- The Four Noble Truths of Buddhism
- what is the Eight Fold Path?
- What are the Five Precepts?
- How to make Buddhism a way of life?
- And much, much more!
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