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Good policy 1.Love is better than fighting 2.Tolerance is better than fighting 3.Friendship is better than fighting 4.Forgiveness is better than fighting 5.Smile is better than fighting 6.Humility is better than fighting 7.Peace is better than fighting 8.Kindness is better than fighting 9.Compromise is better than fighting Fighting (counter attack)is… Read More
Buddha was born 623 BC in Nepal. Metta meditation is recommended of the Buddha since BC 588 in the 2,602-year-old Pali canon. The Buddha's teachings are about suffering and how to overcome it. According to the teaching of Buddha, overcoming suffering allows a person to be truly happy. The Buddha… Read More
Buddha was born 623 BC in Nepal. Metta meditation is recommended of the Buddha since BC 588 in the 2,602-year-old Pali canon. The Buddha's teachings are about suffering and how to overcome it. According to the teaching of Buddha, overcoming suffering allows a person to be truly happy. The Buddha… Read More
This article entitled "The Ways of Real Peace" was compiled for the Burmese youth and International youth in the World. 20 Facts for Truth 1.Right thought 2.Right understanding 3.Read the valuable books 4.Collect the knowledge for Conscience 5.Self verification 6.Confiration for Truth 7.Verification on every Doctrine of one’s own beliefs… Read More
Love (metta) is patient. Love (metta) is forever. Love (metta) is forgiveness. Love (metta) is kind. Love (metta) has no hate. Love (metta) has no caste system. Love (metta) has no skin color. It does not jealous. It does not anger. Read More
Buddha was born 623 BC in Nepal. Buddha had attained Full Enlightenment under the BODHI TREE at Buddha Gaya (also known as BODH GAYA) in 588 BC. Buddha Gaya is a religious site and place of pilgrimage associated with the MAHA-BODHI Temple Complex in Gaya district, Bihar, in India. Buddha… Read More
This article entitled "The Ways of Real Peace" was compiled for the Burmese youth and International youth in the World. 20 Facts for Truth 1.Right thought 2.Right understanding 3.Read the valuable books 4.Collect the knowledge for Conscience 5.Self verification 6.Confirmation for Truth 7.Verification on every Doctrine of one’s own beliefs… Read More
What is teaching of Buddha? The Buddha was once asked to summarise his teachings. : 1. Do not harm yourself 2. Do not harm any living being 3. Do well whenever you can We use ourselves as a kind of example, for we know we wish to be happy and… Read More
Like science, Buddhism is based on verifiable cause-and-effect relationships. The famous Kalama Sutta of Buddhism states that one cannot believe fully in "what one is taught, tradition, hearsay, scripture, logic, inference, appearance, agreement with established opinion, the seeming competence of a teacher, or even in one's own teacher". Buddha said… Read More
Buddha was born 623 BC in Nepal. Buddha had attained Full Enlightenment under the BODHI TREE at Buddha Gaya (also known as BODH GAYA) in 588 BC. Buddha Gaya is a religious site and place of pilgrimage associated with the MAHA-BODHI Temple Complex in Gaya district, Bihar, in India. Buddha… Read More
Buddhism is the Best religion! The Lord Buddha (BC-623- BC 543) is the Greatest teacher of everyone in the World since BC-588!!!Because..... Read More
The Lord Buddha was the founder of Buddhism, began his life as a prince in India. The word "Buddha" can be defined as "the Enlightened One", or "the Awakened One". The Lord Buddha was born in 623 B.C. in a country called Kapilavatthu in Northern India (its present site within… Read More
Likewise, Christians must obey the teachings of the Bible, Buddhists must obey the teaching of Buddhism, Hindus must obey the teachings of the Hinduism and Muslims must obey the teachings of Quran. Read More
The Buddha taught in the suttas (the oldest Buddhist texts) that it is not easy to repay your father and your mother for your "precious human birth." In fact, he specifies that even if you carried them on your shoulders for a century, taking good care of them, and allowing… Read More
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