Is Buddhism a religion, a philosophy, psychology, or a way of life?
It is probably safest to say that Buddhism is both a religion and a way of life, as are many religions. Buddhism teaches that one should accept the Four Noble Truths:
- Life is suffering
- Suffering is caused by desire
- One can end suffering by ending desire
- One can end desire by following the eight-fold path.
The end result is a happier life. In addition, Buddhism...
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Sorry l got off the track there, but following on from my previous posting, Buddhism is more of an attitude, a way of life. It is definitely not a religious dogma.