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Non-Abrahamic Religion

This religion's founder’s eyelids became the first tea plant after he cut them off in anger Zen Buddhism
A record of the early history of this religion is known as the Records of the Transmission of the Lamp Zen Buddhism
A major figure of this religion is Mahakasyapa, who wordlessly understood a sermon Zen Buddhism
Obaku is a sect of this religion Zen Buddhism
Soto is a sect of this religion Zen Buddhism
Rinzai is a sect of this religion Zen Buddhism
The founder of this religion spent nine years staring at a wall Zen Buddhism
This religion is based off of Bodhidharma's teachings Zen Buddhism
The Flower Sermon is a foundational teaching of this religion Zen Buddhism
Langar communal kitchens are common in this religion Sikhism
Created by: Lee Holden