Buddhism in China Japan - Buddhism in China and Japan 2...

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Unformatted text preview: Buddhism in China and Japan 2 Silk Road 3 Western Qin 385-431 4 Standing Buddha 5 Standing Bodhisattva 6 Buddhist stele from Qingzhou. Eastern Wei. Limestone 7 Seated Bodhisattva Eastern Wei, about 530 A.D. 8 Bodhisattva Northern Wei 386-534 9 Seated Buddha with disciple Ananda Grotto 328 10 Disciple Jiayie Sui Dynasty 581-618 11 Tang Court Style 12 Seated Buddha Teaching Pose 13 Big Goose Pagoda Xian 14 Buddhism "This is the truth of pain: birth is painful, old age is painful, sickness is painful....Contact with unpleasant things is painful, not getting what one wishes is painful. "This is the truth of the cause of pain: that craving which leads to rebirth, combined with pleasure and lust, namely the craving for sensual pleasure, the craving for existence, the craving for nonexistence. "This is the truth of the cessation of pain: the cessation without a remainder of that craving, abandonment, forsaking, release, non-attainment....
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