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Re: Why does Buddhism not work for some people?

Post by martinfrank » Fri Jul 25, 2014 4:08 pm

Shaswata_Panja wrote:
But the sense of belonging to the ways of the forefathers has been lost in Western Christianity, as Christianity started the transition from White religion to non-White religion mid 19th century (coinciding with Darwinism with most Whites then adopting Scientism as their religion and a few adopting Eastern religions)
Christianity isn't a white religion. It is a Middle Eastern semitic religion. Jesus was a Jew.

Like many Japanese are Shinto and Buddhist, Jews can be Jews and Buddhists. Theravada Buddhism is a practice. We have faith that Lord Buddha has shown the way to liberation. If you have Faith, you won't worry about converts from Vipassana to Yoga and from Yoga to Pilates.
The Noble Eightfold Path: Proposed to all, imposed on none.

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