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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.
There are several different religions in China, the most prevalent being Buddhism.A Woman's Journey Round the World|Ida Pfeiffer
It has succeeded not in driving out, as I think it has been erroneously held, but in absorbing Buddhism.Third class in Indian railways|Mahatma Gandhi
As a religion Buddhism is an absurdity; in fact, it is no religion at all, only a system of moral philosophy.
From a religious and philosophical point of view, Buddhism at first did not materially differ from Brahmanism.
Buddhism failed to ennoble the daily occupations of life, and produced drones and idlers and religious vagabonds.
British Dictionary definitions for Buddhism
Derived forms of BuddhismBuddhist, noun, adjective
Cultural 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.