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I teach about suffering and the way to end it Buddha World Religions Buddhism In last week paper we discussed about Hinduism in this paper we will discuss Buddhism Buddhism is the fourth largest religion surpassed only by Christianity Islam and Hinduism One of the main differences between Buddhism and Hinduism is that in the late one there is an strict lifelong caste classification system The teachings of Buddha rejected the caste social class classification In Buddhism everybody is permitted to change herhis social class Buddhism is a peculiar Religion on one hand Buddhism philosophy teaches that life is pain and suffering and on the other hand Buddhism teaches to enjoy every second of our life Siddhartha Gautama was born around 563 BC in Lumbini now Nepal Siddhartha left his family -wife and children- house and all possessions to look for the truth of life when he was 29 years old He lived with Indias Gurus and wise men for many years After long time of studying he attained illumination and changed his name Chodzin to Buddha means the awakened one He had numerous followers and funded Buddhism Buddha died in 483 BC in his early 80s Buddhism Philosophy The fundamental principles of Buddhism philosophy are the Four Noble Truths 1 Dukkha Existence is anguish and suffering Bhikkhu first Now this monks is the Noble Truth of dukkha Birth is dukkha aging is dukkha death is dukkha sorrow lamentation pain grief despair are dukkha association with the unbeloved is dukkha separation from the loved is dukkha not getting what is wanted is dukkha In short the five clinging-aggregates are dukkha 2 Trsna The origin of suffering is craving or adhering to the wrong things Bhikkhu second And this monks is the noble truth of the origination of dukkha the craving that makes for further becoming -- accompanied by passion delight relishing now here now there -- ie craving for sensual pleasure
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