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1. If life is infused with a variety of types of suffering, the key to eliminating this suffering is to A) satisfy the full range of our desires B) take life easy, avoid stress, and stop worrying C) stop grasping at pleasures and self­interested desires D) attain high social status to ensure a better rebirth E) use the power of one’s will to eliminate all desires through asceticism (mortifying the flesh)
2. One conclusion that we can derive from the traditional biography of the Buddha (Siddhartha Gautama) is that
3. In the Buddhist Eightfold Path, one specific component of “right speech” is to
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