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When Vreeland first converted to Buddhism, the world he joined was completely sealed.
Some streams of Buddhism have the trappings of worship, rituals, and semi-divine beings, but others do not.
Then again, is Buddhism even a “religion” as Westerners understand it?
This being my first introduction to Buddhism, I was skeptical.
Levine had been in and around AA for more than a decade when he began merging Buddhism with the 12-step teachings.
Buddhism, although, tolerant of heresy, has ever been vehement in its persecution of schism.
Buddhism in Magadha never recovered from this blow; it lingered in obscurity for a while and then vanished.
Buddhism, then, may claim a higher antiquity than Brahminism under the two following conditions.The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies|Robert Gordon Latham
Yet Buddhism, especially Lamaism, acquired a new political importance.
With the exile of Buddhism to the mountains several results ensued.Korean Buddhism|Frederick Starr
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Culture definitions for buddhism
A religion, founded by the Buddha, that emphasizes physical and spiritual discipline as a means of liberation from the physical world. The goal for the Buddhist is to attain nirvana, a state of complete peace in which one is free from the distractions of desire and self-consciousness. Buddhists are found in the greatest numbers in eastern Asia.