Buddha don t believe anything i say
Quote by Buddha Siddhartha Guatama Shakyamuni: Do not believe in anything simply because you h...
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Buddhism 2 comments. The Buddha was a wellspring of wisdom and clarity. He gave so many wonderful, clear and concise teachings. Buddha states here, clearly and succinctly, the core teaching of every spiritual tradition in the history of this planet. Seeking happiness, love and peace in external things is fruitless, frustrating and keeps you distracted from the joy that is already within you. Otherwise you will miss out on your life. In other words, practice mindfulness.
Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. Join Goodreads. Do not believe in anything simply because it is spoken and rumored by many. Do not believe in anything simply because it is found written in your religious books. Do not believe in anything merely on the authority of your teachers and elders.
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Isn't it - I can't decide whether to say "ironic" or "appropriate" - that modern technology now brings us wisdom that would otherwise have been considered oh so 2, years ago? I refer here to sharing timeless tips from one Siddhartha Gautama, the prince who lived years before the Common Era, a. But sage as he was, as relevant today as when he lived, quoting the Buddha is dangerous business. Nothing he said was written down until some years after his death; it was all passed down orally. By the time it got to us - etched onto soap wrapping at 5-star hotels - something's been lost in the translation, like that children's game of telephone.
Bodhipaksa is an author and a teacher with the Triratna Buddhist Community. Since , he has debunked some of the most popular quotes misattributed to the Buddha see his website. This quote is actually from an book by an English cleric, the Rev. How do you track down the origins of fake Buddha quotes? How long does it take?