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Transcript of Buddhism
is the standard collection of scriptures
in the Theravada Buddhist tradition.
Pāli Canon falls in to
Abhidhamma Pitaka FIVE PRECEPTS 1. Undertake the training to avoid taking the life of beings.
2. Undertake the training to avoid taking things not given.
3. Undertake the training to avoid sexual misconduct.
4. Undertake the training to refrain from false speech.
5. Undertake the training to abstain from substances which cause intoxication and heedlessness 4 NOBLE TRUTH 1. Life means suffering(dukkha).
2. The origin of suffering is attachment.
3. The cessation of suffering is attainable.
4. The path to the cessation of suffering NOBLE EIGHTFOLD PATH -Vesak
-Buddhist New Year
-Magha Puja Day
-The Elephant Festival -Celebrated the birth, the Enlightenment, and the death of the Buddha.
- informally called "Buddha's Birthday"
-Event takes place on the full moon of the lunar month.
-Bringing happiness to others POPULATION OF BUDDHIST IN THE WORLD CATEGORIZED INTO 3 PARTS
- ETHICAL CONDUCT
- MENTAL DEVELOPMENT Wisdom: Right View
Right Intention Ethical Conduct: Right Speech
Right Livelihood Mental Development: Right Effort
Right Concentration FESTIVAL SCRIPTURE WHAT IS BUDDHISM ? A RELIGION
- Spiritual development
- Insight into the true nature of reality MEDITATION - Changing ourself
- Develop qualities of
- wisdom THE GOAL - The end of suffering THE IDEA OF BUDDHISM - Does not worship a creator God
- Teachers practical methods to transform life
experiences SIDDHARTHA GAUTAMA BUDDHA - Born 500 years before Christ
- Born in a Royal Family
- Curious and deeply thoughtful child - Had his first taste/clearer view of the outside world when he became an adult
- Witness many situations
Process of aging
A dead person being carried to a funeral Siddhārtha Gautama
Buddha - Left the palace to find his answers
Not washing (taking bath)
Holding the breath for a long period
- but failed to achieve his aim - Concept of tuning a musical instrument
- To achieve a state of tuneful harmony
- The word "Enlightenment" LEE KHA SHENG PAUL ANG LI XUAN ALVIN WONG 1) Buddhanet.net (1996) Buddhist Statistics: Top 10 Buddhist Countries, Largest Buddhist Populations. [online] Available at: http://www.buddhanet.net/e-learning/history/bstatt10.htm [Accessed: 14 Mar 2013].
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