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One Minute Buddhism

Buddhism is like a religion/ philosophy combo. And just like all religions and philosophies
there are hundreds of Buddhist schools with their own traditions, beliefs, and practices. The knot that ties them together however is
where Buddhism is from and who it comes from. Buddhism originated in India from a man named
Siddartha Guatama who after being born into a life of absolute privilege, gave it all
up to live a life of extreme asceticism. 49 days after making a vow to meditate under
what is known as the Bodhi tree until he found the truth, Siddartha is said to have obtained
enlightenment and became known as the Awakened One AKA the Buddha. Under the Bodhi tree the Buddha came to the
realization of the 4 Noble Truths. The first truth is that life is suffering. Duh. Second, suffering comes from desire. Hmm. Third, to end suffering one must stop desiring. Ouch. And fourth, to end desire you should follow
the eightfold path. What? A simple way to think of the eighfold path
is by thinking of it as the Middle Way. The way of equilibrium. The basic idea is to practice discipline in
how you think, in your actions, in what you say, and in how much effort you put into certain
aspects of your life along with maintaining mindfulness and practicing meditation. The Buddha said all things must pass, strive
on diligently. So I ask you to not let the ending of this
video cause you suffering. Instead accept it, and move on to the next! If you enjoyed the video please subscribe
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Jean Kelley



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  5. Puskar Ghimire Posted on September 22, 2018 at 10:14 pm

    he even dont know where is buddha from.. how his speech can be correct. note that Buddha was not from India.. half knowledge is dangerous

  6. Puskar Ghimire Posted on September 22, 2018 at 10:19 pm

    Born in Nepal in the 6th century B.C., Buddha was a spiritual leader and teacher whose life serves as the foundation of the Buddhist religion.