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Paper 1 philosophy 6-18-01 Dear whomever it may concern Growing up I was very poor and unhappy I decided very young that the only way to truly understand happiness was to become wealthy At the age of 12 I went out and got a job as an assistant for a scientist However I wanted to make a lot of money Therefore I chose to work for an evil rich man His unethical line of work consisted of terrible studies done on people with physical and mental handicaps Whenever I would help him with the unethical part of his studies something bad always happened to my family or me After multiple mysterious accidents causing death to my family and plenty of injuries to me I realized money didnt make me happy I wanted out of the business once I made a connection between my work and my bad luck I realized I needed change in my life So I went out and sought knowledge as you are now I discovered Buddhism This is what I found and I hope it will help you The reason bad things are happening to you and your familyfriends is simple Its called Karma and means the law of moral cause and effect It includes past and present actions and good or bad karma results from our own actions Meaning that every time you off someone this is seen as a bad thing and you must receive the bad effects of this You need to change your life and your occupation You cannot kill and not expect consequences Buddhism teaches that the law of karma and the four noble truths basics of the Buddhas teaching will help end your suffering Here are the four noble truths First no one can deny that suffering is the conditions of all existence Buddha understands that everyone suffers However he believes that you can end this suffering The
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