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Buddhism has been called a religion, a philosophy, an ideology, and a way of life. As with all the other great spiritual beliefs or religions that have survived the test of time, Buddhism offers many different paths for people with different kinds of sensibilities, needs, and capacities. The following paper will describe the beliefs in which Buddhism was basis was it founded on, and where it stands today in modern society while making some personal …

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…They may not mean the same but in some ways, these religions are a pathway to a better place or a place beyond consciousness where there is no room for suffering or torture of one’s soul. Buddhism makes it hard for a person to remain in life as an active participant. To achieve Zen in Buddhism an individual must break away from the notion of relationships to explore the innermost feelings they may have.