Similar words: buddy, budget, muddy, sudden, puddle, befuddle, suddenly, befuddled. Meaning: ['bʊdɪzm] n. 1. a religion represented by the many groups (especially in Asia) that profess various forms of the Buddhist doctrine and that venerate Buddha 2. the teaching of Buddha that life is permeated with suffering caused by desire, that suffering ceases when desire ceases, and that enlightenment obtained through right conduct and wisdom and meditation releases one from desire and suffering and rebirth.
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1 Gere became interested in Buddhism in the 1970s.
2 Buddhism was introduced into China about 67 AD.
3 That man has a strong belief in Buddhism.
4 Many people willingly converted to Buddhism.
5 The custom derives its origin from Buddhism.
6 Mr White has converted to Buddhism.
7 Buddhism spread to China from India.
8 She became interested in Zen Buddhism.
9 Her conversion to Buddhism/Islam was a very gradual process.
10 Uniquely among the great world religions,[www.Sentencedict.com] Buddhism is rooted only in the universal experience of suffering known to all human beings.
11 In Buddhism, emptiness is valued most of all.
12 Buddhism holds that the state of existence is suffering.
13 In fact, Taoism and Buddhism were mutually contradictory.
14 Despite the Hinduism of most Tamils and the Buddhism of most Sinhalese, they coexisted for those two millennia without much hostility.
15 The one thing he takes seriously is Buddhism: this anchors his fiery imagination, giving it a species of moral authority.
16 In his praise of Buddhism and throughout the entire conversation, Yang gives evidence of syncretic tendencies.
17 Buddhism originated in India and came to China in the first century A.D.
18 Thus Buddhism is enjoying a great flowering in the West at present; Jesuit priests are studying meditation from Zen practitioners.
19 This distorted form of Buddhism spread rapidly thanks to a vast network of male and female monastic communities.
20 He decided eventually that to embrace Buddhism would be to plunge into a world too culturally alien.
21 There is a school of designer Buddhism around at the moment whose disciples chant regularly whenever and wherever they need to.
22 Lesson four: don't follow trends Like Buddhism and Epping Forest, the road to fitness has many paths.
23 Pantheism is also present in Buddhism, with Brahman being the life-force.
24 Untypically for a man in that situation he became interested in Buddhism.
25 This recession affected the merchants, the adherents and supporters of Jainism and Buddhism.
26 Yet a scorn for materialism, the measurement of wealth, is fundamental to Buddhism which is rooted in the national psychology.
27 Most Neo-Confucianists professed, as did Ricci, a highly critical attitude toward Buddhism.
28 Notions of universal harmony are encoded in the religions of Daoism and Buddhism.
29 There is no separating stream; no ferryboat, no ferryman; no Buddhism, no Buddha.
30 Large numbers of people are converting to Eastern religions such as Buddhism and Hinduism.
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