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May He who is the Brahman of the Hindus, the Ahura-Mazda of the Zoroastrians, the Buddha of the Buddhists, the Jehovah of the Jews, the Father in Heaven of the Christians give strength to you to carry out your noble idea.
Not just Christians and Jews, but also Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus and the followers of many other religions believe in values like peace, respect, tolerance and dignity. These are values that bring people together and enable us to build responsible and solid communities.
Samuel Johnson called it the vanity of human wishes, and Buddhists talk about the endless cycle of desire. Social psychologists say we get trapped on a hedonic treadmill. What they all mean is that we wish, plan and work for things that we think will make us happy, but when we finally get them, we aren't nearly as happy as we thought we'd be.
Nothing more strongly arouses our disgust than cannibalism, yet we make the same impression on Buddhists and vegetarians, for we feed on babies, though not our own.
Robert Louis Stevenson
I do know that some Buddhists are able to attain peace of mind.
The opportunity here in the U.S. is so unique because we are so diverse, with so many different cultures living together. Christians, Jews, Hindus, Muslims and Buddhists, all with their own connections to the spiritual aspects of food and with lessons that we can learn from each other.
Cambodia wanted no part of SEATO. We would look after ourselves as neutrals and Buddhists.
Buddhists talk about nirvana in very much the same terms as monotheists describe God.
I spend a lot of time with Buddhists. I'm not a Buddhist, but their relationship with death interests me.
Western Buddhists in many ways are much serious Buddhists than Tibetans are.
What I find is that we're all human beings and that it's all very similar, what we believe. At the bottom, there's really not that much difference between Christians and Muslims and Hindus and Buddhists. We all worship God.
I envy those Hindus and Buddhists who have in their religion philosophy and ancestor worship which build in the believer a continuity with the past, and that most important ingredient in the building of a nation - memory.
F. Sionil Jose
How many Buddhists does it take to change a lightbulb? Many in body, one in mind.
The thing the Buddhists and the Sufis have in common is a belief that religious certainties are destructive.
I'm fascinated by caddy Buddhists popping up all over Hollywood and people that take themselves too seriously.
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