Enlightening Lessons Learned From Buddhism

Exploring impermanence, suffering, and non-self

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Buddhism has nearly 500 million followers, with its influence being most dominant in the East. Despite being a major world religion, it’s also a practical philosophy, so it’s no surprise that its influence has spread throughout the Western world as well.




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