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This is Journal 2 Buddhism seems a bit individualistic, does it or doesn't it? Hinduism also says attachment to impermanent things causes suffering.

This is Journal 2

  1. Buddhism seems a bit individualistic, does it or doesn't it?
  2. Hinduism also says attachment to impermanent things causes suffering. Is what the Buddha says any different? 
  3. Do you see how attachment to changing, impermanent, empty realities leads to suffering? 
  4. Think about American society and its culture: Can you imagine the process (of change, impermanence, empty realities and suffering) operating in the world?
  5. Select several events or other items that illustrate these truths. 
  6. What do you think of the Buddha's approach to religious life?
  7. Are religious authorities and doctrines (creed) good and necessary, or dangerous? Why?
  8. How do we "know" religious truth? Is it a firm conviction in our hearts or minds or something that practically "works"? 
  9. What are you learning about how your mind and feelings work? 

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