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    Buddhist believe in the Four Nobles of Truth, these beliefs are the foundation of Buddhism and are very important to understand. The first Noble of Truth is, The Truth of Suffering, which teaches people to recognize that suffering exist in life, whether it is physical or mental pain. Buddha states that physical pain is a part of life that is unavoidable, whether it is just a simple flu, scraped but mostly if it is a terminal illness, which can cause death. Mental suffering is when someone loses a loved one, suffers from depression or loneliness, or emotionally in pain. Although…

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    Four Noble Truths The Buddhist religion is far different from typical Christianity or Catholicism. Followers of Buddhism do not follow a specific god, but they tend to follow more of what they call teachings or the ultimate teacher (Vaughn 109). More often than not followers also have to set their own path down the road of Buddhism making all their own personal changes to direct their life around what the spiritual Buddhists believe is essential for obtaining a special heavenly estate called…

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    for the last two years, and likely for the rest of my life, I have allowed this path to lead me into a new world, a new me and a new view on life, death and whatever else comes between. The Three Jewels – the Buddha, the Dharma and the Sangha – were to immediately become of great importance to me. Following that, the Four Noble Truths impacted on my lifestyle in ways unimaginable. The first noble truth revolves around the truth of suffering, Dukkha. Second is the truth of the origin of…

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    found the meaning of life. Eventually, he began to teach what he mastered and was called the Buddha. Today, Buddhists show many ways of how they respect and value Buddha and his teachings. Some of Buddha’s teaching was split into three sections. The three sections are the Four Noble Truths, Noble Eightfold Path, and Three Signs of Being. What are the Four Noble Truths? The Four Noble Truths says that suffering exists, there is a cause for suffering, There is an end to suffering, and in order…

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    The eightfold path begins with accepting the Four Noble truths. The Four Noble Truths are as follows: life has inevitable suffering, there is a cause to our suffering, there is an end to suffering, and the end to suffering is contained in the eightfold path. Buddhism is a religion that is primarily concerned with suffering, with yourself and with others. “These form a central focus of the religion, its practice and its philosophy. One is encouraged to explore what suffering is, the various forms…

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    1. What is the essence of Buddhism? Gen Kelsang Lekma stated that the essence of Buddhism is really a way of understanding your mind. And going through Buddha 's skillful method of discovering the mind through meditation and helping us to understand how to control negative states of mind to increase our positive state of mind so we can achieve happiness. 2. Was Buddha a deity? No, Buddha is seen more as a master teacher and an enlightened being. Because he has attained enlightenment- he has…

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    He was a believer in the Indian belief of reincarnation, that one experiences the life an animal, a god, or a common man, but also that one but must stay true to the path of enlightenment while living these lives. The doctrine of the Four Noble Truths is a crucial component of the central tenets of Buddhism. The Four Noble Truths mainly concern personal misery and liberation. They are based on the pattern of a medical diagnosis in that, “this is the disease, these are the causes of the disease,…

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    enlightened and he's going to come up with four noble truths and the Four Noble Truths are key to Buddhism and the first one is dukkha and dukkha basically means that you understand that everything in life is basically craving and suffering that at the root of everything we're all suffering because we want Buddha said that the key to a happy life was wanting what you had and not wanting what you didn't have so that's the first noble truth is understanding dukkha and then the second one is…

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    These teachings are the principles that Buddha came to understand during his meditation under the Bodhi tree. The four noble truths include the truth of suffering, the truth of the origin of suffering, the truth of the cessation of suffering, and the truth of the path to the cessation of suffering. The truth of suffering is also known as Dukkha. According to Buddha, the root of suffering stems from human desire. The inability to become truly satisfied is the source of suffering. The second noble…

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    The Four Noble Truths are the teachings of Buddha and are considered the foundation of Buddhism. Buddhism is not a religion of worshipping a God, rather Buddhism is a religion of wisdom, enlightenment, and compassion. Buddhists believe that salvation and enlightenment are available to all through removal of defilements and delusions in a life of meditation. (text book pp.111-10) In Buddhism, Buddha is seen as the Enlightened One, his teachings do not focus on the ultimate reality, life after…

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