Discussion in 'Religion and Ethics' started by BDBoop, May 28, 2012.
Isn't that a Hindu thing?
Those are spiritual principles. To bad that the exact opposite is being promoted by today's popular culture. Look at "Occupy Wall Street" for example.
Every time I see this picture of a dog on fire.
I think of Sky trying to turn her dog into a Buddhist.
Of course. As long as we can't come to any kind of agreement on a personal level, how can we expect more from our leadership?
Using spiritual concepts to push a political agenda.
YOU are the problem.
Please try to understand and forgive me. May peace an love be with you.
Hinduism and Buddhism tend to blur when one talks about spiritual concepts.
Kind of group them together at times--except one group are polytheist and the other ---come to think about it, Buddha is not considered a god by Buddhist. So who do Buddhist pray to?? Are they some form of atheist?
Maybe I am missing something.
Buddhism is basically a philosophy; and not really a religion.
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