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  1. I consider it my duty to inform you that Buddhism is a weapon of psychic influence invented by the East Asian Union.
    If you look closely, you can find similarities between the so-called” enlightened ” Buddha and our compatriot Jesus. Both suffered, both passed the test, and both achieved something. But unlike our originally correct truth of Jesus about goodness, suffering, and mercy, the Buddha's truth carries the misconception that the world is illusory and that people suffer because of their passions. That is, Buddhism directly encourages people to sit and do nothing, so as not to experience suffering (dukha). This is the philosophy of drug addicts, idlers and idlers, aimed at destroying your innermost treasure, your soul. Well, the answer to your question is extremely simple. Asians simply didn't think through this part in their devious plan. They didn't expect anyone to dig so deep. As you know, their products have never been of good quality.

  2. Our world is a test for the soul in human flesh, where there are many temptations and sins, it is practically impossible to sew in this world and not stain karma

  3. Initially, when Buddhism first emerged, it did not deal with such issues at all. The Buddha existed (and in modern “southern” Buddhism, as it is believed, more orthodox Buddhism still exists) in this teaching as a person who passed along the path that only gives a way out of the cycle of suffering. Questions of the origin of the world and the structure of the universe were of little interest to the Buddha. He, like every man of his time (presumably in the sixth and fifth centuries B.C.), imagined the world and the origin of the world within the framework of the Brahmanism that then prevailed in India.

    What happened to Buddhism later, in China, Japan, and especially in Tibet, is a completely different story, and here I don't have enough knowledge to answer something intelligible. But I can assume that both” northern ” (Mahayana) and Tibetan (Vajrayana) Buddhism accept the same ideas about the origin of the world that prevailed in their respective territories before. Buddhism has a very strong ability to absorb and assimilate local religious contexts-like all religions of Indian origin.

  4. From the point of view of what kind of Buddhism? In general, the Buddhist tradition does not consider the question of the origin or end of something-in the Pali Canon, universes and worlds always exist, but have a changeable essence.

    The Buddha taught about 31 worlds in which beings are born according to their actions (karma), and are constantly reborn according to the totality of the consequences of their actions. The life of beings in different worlds has different durations, as well as different intensity of hardships/suffering from negative karma.

    The goal of Buddhism is to break out of the series of rebirths in the worlds in general. But this is not an identical phenomenon to death. Because death leads us to new rebirths.

    The cosmology of” orthodox ” Buddhism (Theravada) distinguishes three spheres of worlds:

    • worlds of the senses

    • form worlds

    • worlds without-forms

    In the sense world, beings experience pleasant, neutral, and unpleasant sensations. There are sensory perceptions here.�

    In the world of forms, beings have subtle material bodies.�They see and hear, but there is no question of five sense supports. Also, their minds are in a state of bliss.

    In the formless world, beings have no bodies at all. But without a body, they cannot listen to the Buddha's Dharma teaching. Sooner or later, their good karma “expires” and they are reborn in other worlds.

    A human birth in the world of the senses is considered one of the most precious. A person is most receptive to the teachings of the Buddha. Below the human birth is the birth of asuras (fallen devas), petas (starving spirits), and animals. The most unfavorable birth is in the hellish worlds, where beings experience the consequences of bad actions for very long periods of time.

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