Buddhism Is a Real True Scientific Religion because... Researched by- Myoma Myint Kywe ၿမိဳ ႔မ ျမင့္ၾကြယ္

Buddhism Is a Real True Scientific Religion because...

Researched by- Myoma Myint Kywe

ၿမိဳ ႔မ ျမင့္ၾကြယ္

Buddhism is a real true religion. Buddhism is not ordinary religion. It is very different from other religions because Buddhism has not consisted creator (God). Buddhism is the real true scientific religion because It is consist causal relation, true systematically, universal truth, verification and logical arrangement. Especially True Buddhists is not blind Faith! One must have love and respect for one's own country, religion, literature, family, culture, and nationality for all in the same way.
They love and respect to their country, their religion, their literature, their family, their culture and their nationality. Buddhism is the Best religion! The Lord Buddha (BC-623- BC 543) is the greatest teacher of everyone in the World since BC-588.

There are different kinds of countries, races, thoughts, religions, such as Chinese/China, Indian/India, Burmese/Burma, English/England, Japanese/ Japan, American/U.S.A and Hindu, Buddhist, Christian, Muslim. But the essential factor is not races, religions, positions, etc.

Mental attitude, honesty, diligence, character, unity, patience, justice, optimism, forgiveness, love, mercy, sacrifice, humility, moral ethics, etc are more important above all. One must be able to one self analyze. Each and every one of us should follow and live according to the teachings of one's own religion. The one who does not respect another's culture and religion does not respect his own. The one who respects another's culture and religion respects his own.

All the teachings concerning culture, thoughts, beliefs and practices are valuable in their own ways. The important factor is that the follower of the concerned religion must follow the teachings sincerely. Although I, myself a Buddhist, I obey the teachings and doctrine of Lord Buddha, I appreciate the teachings of other religions and the appreciation of other nationalities and their culture are all noble and valuable in their own way.

cannot be 100% similarities among religions, nationalities, any opinions, cultures, philosophies, skin hues, mental attitudes, gender, language, political, social origin, property, visions, of people in the World. There would be more beneficence from performance of seeing with love and sympathetic mind (with optimistic view) for a particular thing rather than blaming or extreme criticize(with a pessimistic view) in contrast to others.

The English culture is best for the English, while the Burmese culture is good for the Burmese. The Indian culture is also best for the Indian people, while the Chinese culture is good for the Chinese people. Likewise, Christians must obey the teachings of the Bible, Buddhists must obey the teaching of Buddhism, Hindus must obey the teachings of the Hinduism and Muslims must obey the teachings of Quran.

Kamma (Karma) could simply be defined as action. However, it is not any kind of action, but intentional action, including physical action, speech, or thought. So, an intentional evil thought constitutes a Kamma - an unwholesome one.
Kamma (action) is always discussed in conjunction with Vipaka (fruits, or the reaction). To a farmer, it is reaping what seed that is sowed. To a scientist, an analogy would be cause and effect (e.g. Newton's Law). To sum up, bad Kamma begets bad Vipaka, and good Kamma reaps good results. Thus, Kamma explains many of the inequalities experienced by mankind - why some are born handicapped, etc.
Having mentioned the above, Buddhists believe that Kamma is not a pre-destination for oneself and nothing could be done. Having suffered this life, a person could actively perform more good deeds such that not only others would benefit from the good deeds, but good Kamma could be accumulated, no matter when in the future the good results are reaped-Cannot just sit around and let things to fate; must make constant effort to change for the better for oneself and other sentient beings!
Understanding Kamma is only the first step. One must encourage wholesome Kamma and avoid (if not eliminate) unwholesome Kamma.
At the end of the day, as mentioned in the Dhammapada (verse 165):

By oneself is evil done,
By oneself is one defiled,
By oneself is no evil done,
By oneself is one purified.
Both defilement and purity depend on oneself.
No one is purified by another.


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