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Sri M said…

The Buddha was clear that one should steer clear of all bizarre stuff, rituals and complicated practices and stick to enquiry

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Buddha’s work was an original exposition of the Upanishads in their pristine purity.

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When one follows the teachings of Buddha, one understands the impermanence of life and frees oneself from the root of sorrow,

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Gautam Siddhartha joined the itinerant Jain renunciants who lived near the city of Kapilavastu.

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The Buddha was fond of saying that the human body was like a sore or a boil bound to fall off at any point in time.

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Sri-M-3

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There is sorrow in the mind. The sorrow off not being able to attain something we want.

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Sri-M-2

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I have an image about myself. I desire to be presented to the world as what I built myself to be.

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Sri-M-1

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Nirvana is freedom from sorrow for all mankind, the cessation of the separate identity, and the cessation

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The priestly class, who considered themselves the guardians of Hinduism and its scriptures, declared that Shankaracharya was none other than

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Just before his final enlightenment, it is said that the Goddess of Maya called Mara tempted Siddhartha

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In history, when Shankracharya arrived years after Buddha, he preached the teachings of the Upanishads and said,

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Sri-M-14

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The difference between Gautam Buddha and us: All our lives, we meet poor and sick people, old and starving, here and there on footpaths,

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