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What is Buddhism? by Maha Thera

The Lord Sakyamuni

Buddhism has alternately been called a religion, a philosophy, an ideology and a way of life. As with all the other great spiritual traditions that have withstood the test of time, Buddhism offers many different paths for people with different kinds of sensibilities, needs and capacities.

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What is Sufism? by Arthur Sigurssen

Sa'adi Dance

Piping down the valleys wild,
Piping songs of pleasant glee,
On a cloud I saw a child,
And he laughing said to me:
"Pipe a song about a Lamb!"
So I piped with merry chear.
"Piper, pipe that song again;"
So I piped, he wept to hear.

William Blake Songs of Innocence

The substance and definition of Sufism: the substance of Sufism is the Truth and the definition of Sufism is the selfless experiencing and actualization of the Truth.

The practice of Sufism: the…

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Why are we here by Lao Long

God is everywhere - ( pic by Dr. Blog )

Why are we here?

The answer to that question is both simple and complex; it can be a paradox. Many of the realizations that come on the spiritual path seem to be paradoxical in nature. It is complex, because it at once draws into being many aspects of our self that are relative to our life, and it also brings into consideration our essential nature, which is Divine. Yes, that is right! Our essential nature is Divine. I know that is a divergence from the general view we have of each other, but it is a great…

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Literally, 'the master of remedies'. One of the six Buddhas of meditation in Japan, and the Buddha of healing. He is much revered as the saviour who promised to cure all sickness and to obtain for mankind the remedies it needs.
In Sanskrit he is Bhaishajya.

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