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Buddhism Review

QuestionAnswer
meditate to calm or clear the mind
enlightenment a state of perfect wisdom
Theravada Buddhism A sect that focuses on the wisdom of Buddha
nirvana a state of blissful peace without desire or suffering
Mahayana Buddhism a sect that focuses on the compassion of Buddha
monastery secluded religious community
1 of the 4 Noble Truths Life is filled with suffering
1 of the 4 Noble Truths Suffering is caused by people's wants.
1 of the 4 Noble Truths Suffering can be ended if people stop wanting things, like more pleasure or more power.
1 of the 4 Noble Truths To stop wanting things, people must follow 8 basic laws, called the Eightfold Path.
4 Noble Truths Foundation of Buddhism
Eightfold Path to guide people without making life too strict or too easy
1 of Eightfold Path To know the truth
1 of Eightfold Path To intend to resist evil
1 of Eightfold Path To not say anything to hurt others
1 of Eightfold Path To respect life, property, and morality
1 of Eightfold Path To work at a job that does not injure others
1 of Eightfold Path To try to free one's mind from evil
1 of Eightfold Path To be in control of one's feelings and thoughts
1 of Eightfold Path To practice appropriate forms of concentration
Created by: hlarkin