Death in Buddhism




Jawaharlal Nehru in India, Postcards, polemiziruya with a simplistic interpretation of Buddhism, says that Buddhism is, in essence, avoids the extremes. It includes the teachings of the golden mean, the average path. Even the idea of nirvana does not mean non-existence, as is sometimes believed. This was positive state, but since it is beyond the scope of human thinking, for his descriptions of the negative terms. If Buddhism, the typical product of thinking in the Indian culture, was only the doctrine of denial of life, it certainly would have a corresponding impact on hundreds millions of people practicing this religion. In fact, the Buddhist country's abundant evidence to the contrary... "
AP Lavrinov

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