Buddhism

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Buddhism

Who was the Buddha?The Buddha was a man named Siddhartha Gautama, who was born a prince.What was the Buddha's life like?Due to the fact that he was born a prince, he was surrounded by wealth and luxury.How did he begin his path to Enlightenment?After recognizing and seeing suffering in the world, the Buddha decided to leave his life and material possessions behind to become a monk.How did Buddhism form?After learning how to meditate and reaching Enlightenment, the Buddha shared his practices, teachings, and methods with others.

Buddhism

Buddhism is a universalizing religion. It is non-thesestic lifestyle with around 460 followers around the world today. All of the modern practices are based off of the teachings and methods of the Buddha.The Eight-Fold PathThe Four Noble TruthsThe Three Signs of Beingkarma and rebirthThere are four different sects of Buddhism.Theravada, Mahayana, Vajrayana, Zen-BuddhismThey follow the sarced texts of the: Tripitaka

The Wheel

The Wheel is commonly used to represent the many belief systems of Buddhism, for example, The Eight-Fold Path. The spinning of the wheel is a metaphor for how fast Buddhism changed spiritually. The Wheel is also known as The Dharma Wheel and can show rebirth.

Works Cited

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