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Buddhist Influence on Chinese Religion

Jun 29, 2020
Buddhist Influence on Chinese Religion

  Introduction Since the time of the historical Buddha, the Sangha (ordained monastic community) have been sharing the Buddha’s teachings with many people from all walks of life. Over time, the Sangha travelled to many villages and cities, expanding their reach to different states in India, following various trade routes as recounted in many old Buddhist stories....

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A case of “Karma” and “Possession”

Jan 16, 2012
A case of “Karma” and  “Possession”

What karma awaits you if you harm another living being? For this man he immediately saw the karmic effects when he killed and ate a snake. The video title says, "Hit a snake, eat a snake, turn into a snake". He really did...

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