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Yoselinn buddhism
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    • 1. Spring 2011 Yoselinn Gomez
    • 2. 483 BCE. Was born in the 5 th century Also known as the Buddha. Historians dated his lifetime as 563 BCE. Through 483 BCE He died in between 486 and 483     He was the chief's son of a tribal group called the Shakyas.. Siddhartha wondered what he needed because there was something that he wanted in his life, this thing was Suffering. The Buddha was meditating and fasting when he found enlightenment underneath a tree.
    • 3.
      • 1). Suffering and unhappiness are part of human life. No one can escape sorrow.
      • 2).Suffering comes from our desires for pleasure and material goods. People cause their own misery because they want things they cannot have.
      • 3).People can overcome desire and ignorance and reach Nirvana, reaching Nirvana frees the soul from suffering and from the need for further reincarnation.
      • 4).People can overcome ignorance and desire by following an eight fold path that leads to wisdom, enlightenment, and salvation
    • 4. Eightfold path
    • 5. Right Intent
      • Incline toward goodness and kindness .
    • 6. Believe in the nature of reality as suffering and in the four noble truths. ( All life is Suffering)
    • 7.
      • Don’t tell lies, avoid being noisy, don’t say bad words, avoid gossip
    • 8. R ight Action
      • Help others, live honestly, don’t harm living things, take care of the enviroment.
    • 9. R ight Livelihood
      • Avoid work that hurts others
    • 10. R ight Effort
      • Prevent evil and do good
    • 11. Right Mindfulness
      • Be aware of what you feel, think and do.
    • 12.  

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