-Sila: Virtue, good conduct and morality. Which is based on two principles, the principle of equality; that all living things are equal and the principle of reciprocity; to do onto others as you would wish them do onto you which is also the golden rule in Christianity.
-Samadhi: Concentration, meditation and mental development. Developing one's mind is the path to wisdom which in turn leads to personal freedom.
-Prajna: Discernment, insight, wisdom and enlightenment. Wisdom will emerge if your mind is pure and calm.
The Four Noble Truths:
Dukkha: the truth of suffering. The Buddha explained that birth is suffering, aging is suffering, death is suffering, and death is suffering, sorrow, pain, grief, and despair are suffering. The first truth is that humans' existence is characterized by unsatisfactory, which is the meaning of the word Dukkha.
Tanha': the truth that suffering is caused by craving. The Buddha taught the five ascetics that craving is the origin of suffering, for craving, together with lust and greed.
Nirodha: the truth that cessation of suffering is possible.
And the fourth truth is the Eightfold path leading to the extinction of suffering.
Hinduism is a religion originating in the Indian subcontinent, based on the Vedas, and one of the oldest religious traditions still practiced today. Hinduism is the third largest religion in the world with about 970 million believers, and approximately 900 million of them live in India. The Hindu faiths and practices have evolved from the Vedic tradition and from the beliefs of the other Indian people.
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