They are the truth of suffering, the truth of the cause of suffering, the truth of the end of suffering, and the truth of the path that leads to the end of suffering. The existence of suffering is not intended to bring out a negative world view- it conveys the suffering that humanity faces: physical or mental-while trying to heal it.
The Eightfold Path
The Eightfold Path of Buddhism is also called the Middle Way or Middle Path. The eight parts of the path to liberation are grouped into three essential elements of Buddhist practice—moral conduct, mental discipline, and wisdom. Being a system to achieve spiritual enlightenment and cease suffering, It is made up of right understanding, right thought, right speech, right conduct, right means of making a living, right mental attitude or effort, right concentration, and right mindfulness.
Karma refers to good or bad actions a person takes during his or her lifetime. Good actions, involving the absence of bad actions, or actual positive acts, bring about positivity in the long run. Bad actions bring the opposite. The weight that actions carry is determined by five conditions: frequent and repetitive action; intentional action; action performed with no regret; and action toward those who have helped one in the past. Finally, there is also a karma that is neutral, which derives from acts of breathing, eating or sleeping. Neutral karma has no benefits or …show more content…
Three being fortunate realms and the other three being unfortunate, there are six planes in which any living being can be reborn. The first group includes three of the six realms and they are the realm of the gods, the realm of the demigods, and the realm of human beings. Rebirth in these realms is the result of wholesome, positive karma. The second group includes the three realms that are considered unfortunate. They are sometimes called the realms of woe, and they are the realm of animals, the realm of hungry ghosts and the realm of hell beings. Rebirth in these states of woe is the result of unwholesome