Buddhism is an Education, Not a Religion or a Philosophy

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Buddhism is an Education, Not a Religion or a Philosophy

Buddhism is an Education, Not a Religion

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According to the Webster's Dictionary, the definition of religion is as follows, "An organized system of beliefs, rites, and celebrations centered on a supernatural being power; belief pursued with devotion." Buddhism is not a religion because: First, the Buddha is not a 'supernatural being power'.

Taking Refuge in The Triple Jewels

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Taking Refuge in The Triple Jewels

The Teaching of Great Master Yin Guang

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The Teaching of Great Master Yin Guang

The Ten Recitation Method

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The Ten Recitation method is a simple, convenient, and effective way of practicing Buddha Recitation. It is especially suitable for those who find little time in the day for cultivation. Practicing the Ten Recitation method helps us to regain mindfulness of Amitabha Buddha and brings us peace and clarity to the present moment.

Dedication of Merit

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Dedication of Merit

The Four Kinds of Buddhism Today

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The Four Kinds of Buddhism Today

The Education of Teacher Shakyamuni

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The Education of Teacher Shakyamuni "Education - The field of study concerned with teaching and learning"                 - The American Heritage Dictionary

The Art of Living

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Our goal in studying Buddhism is to open up our wisdom; to attain this goal, we must cultivate purity of mind. In today旧 society, our greatest obstructions are TV, radio, newspapers, and magazines - these all contain contents which pollute our minds. I often persuade people not to read or listen to these things. When our hearts are free f-rom these unneeded afflictions, we can live each day in peace and happiness; thus, allowing our minds to return to purity. With an undeluded mind, one will see matters of life clearer, deeper, and farther than others. This is because a settled and concentrated mind is a mind of wisdom. The key in cultivating the Buddha旧 teachings is having a settled and concentrated mind, in practicing the Pure Land method, purity of mind is of foremost importance.

An Introduction to The Teachings Practiced at The Pure Land Learning Center

An Introduction to The Teachings Practiced at The Pure Land Learning Center

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An Introduction to The Teachings Practiced at The Pure Land Learning Center

Talk Given at The Opening Ceremony of The Dallas Buddhist Association

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Talk Given at The Opening Ceremony of The Dallas Buddhist Association

The Origins of the Amitabha Buddhist Societies

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The Origins of the Amitabha Buddhist Societies

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