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    • 1.

      The Origins of Buddhism

      by James Mclean Bowie - 2006-11-25
      Buddhism as a religious tradition started during the life of Buddha who was known as Siddhartha Gautama, also known as Shakyamuni.Buddha was born in India around the end of the sixth century.The teach...
    • 2.

      Chopping Wood and Carrying Water

      by Roy E. Klienwachter - 2006-11-27
      Humanity takes itself much too seriously and every experience does not have to be a life and death situation. Before the industrial revolution came along, humanity was involved with living. Half the...
    • 3.

      What Exactly Is A Buddha Wat

      by Shivani Garg - 2006-12-05
      Buddha Wat means a temple for Buddhists. These temples are located in Cambodia, Laos or Thailand. The word "wat" literally means "school". In Laos, however, "Wat" is spelled as "vat" . Basically, wat ...
    • 4.

      America in a Religious Context

      by andrew sandon - 2006-11-22
      America in a Religious Context Today American society is faced with very interesting and controversial problem concerning religion and its status on the state level. For a long time it has been consi...
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      Religion Will Be Dead Before The End Of The Century

      by Dr. Charles Sabillon - 2006-12-17
      All the major religions of the world will have largely ceased to exist, before the twenty-first century is over.Humanity only started to experience a dash towards prosperity in the nineteenth century ...
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      God, the Incompetent

      by Dr. Charles Sabillon - 2006-12-19
      When a person takes an overall view of the history of humanity during the last 100,000 years, it becomes evident that the immense majority of people that have dwelled on this planet have had a life of...
    • 7.

      Different Styles of Meditation - Which One is for You?

      by Veronique Cartier - 2006-12-21
      Congratulations! You have decided to investigate meditation and see what it can do for you. Whether you are interested in it for stress relief, to unwind or to attain higher planes of awareness, there...
    • 8.

      The God Delusion and The Self Delusion in Buddhism

      by Soei Tan - 2007-01-03
      Marx said religion is opium, Dawkins ("The God Delusion (TGD)" )argued that God is a delusion. The debate on TGD has been very heated, to get some idea, read The Huffington Post for a summary of Dawki...
    • 9.

      The World As Experience And Idea

      by Saleem Rana - 2007-01-14
      The world is an illusion. This is a view held by Vedanta, Sikhism, Buddhism, Plato, Arthur Schopenhauer, Christian Science, and A Course In Miracles.Contradicting this view is your own sense experien...
    • 10.

      Gratitude and Awe

      by Dale Goldstein - 2007-01-16
      "So happy just to be alive, underneath this sky of blue." -- Bob Dylan, "New Morning"Gratitude is what we naturally feel when our heart is open.In my life long interest for opening my heart/mind I hav...