South Korea. Hamzah Issa Class RC. Facts about South Korea. South Korea is in East Asia Seoul is the capital city Language spoken – Korean A nn- yeong 안녕 or ann - yeong – haseyo 안녕하세요 means hello . RELIGION AND FOOD . Traditional Buddhist and large Catholic faithBy rashad
The Sakhon Nakhon Wax Castle Procession. Taledow Jareunsombut M.5/8 No 9 Wunnisa Reuanngam M. 5/8 No 32 To Teacher Jantana Khamanukul. Present by.By npollock
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Buddhist Morality. Key teachings Dharma Karma Precepts Vinaya Virtues Mahayana ‘Perfections’ Skilful Means. The 4 Noble Truths. The Eightfold Path. The Five Precepts. The Prātimokṣa. ‘Cardinal’ Virtues and Vices. Three Categories of Buddhist Virtues.
Buddhist Spirituality. James A. Van Slyke. Buddhism. 4 th Largest Religion in the World 350 million practice the religion Regional forms of Buddhism Theravada Thailand; Burma; Cambodia Mahayana (East Asian) China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam Tibetan Tibet, Mongolia, Nepal.
Dialogue Education. Buddhist Perspectives. Buddhist Schools & Traditions. Dialogue Education.
Buddhist Vocabulary. Buddhism. Religion that began in India around the 400’s BC. It is based on the teachings of Siddhartha Guatama - or Buddha. Its main teachings are to want less and to always take a “middle path”. 4 Noble Truths. 4 basic statements that Buddhists believe:
Buddhist Ethics. The Five Precepts. The Five Precepts. I undertake to refrain from killing I undertake to refrain from taking what is not freely given I undertake to refrain from misusing sexuality I undertake to refrain from harmful speech I undertake to refrain from taking intoxicants.
Buddhist Psychology. Pollyanna V. Casmar , Ph.D. VASDHS San Diego Spinal Cord Unit. THE PROBLEM IS……. We do not see things as they are. We see them as we are. --The Talmud.
BUDDHIST SCRIPTURES. The oral and written tradition. The Oral Tradition. Buddha’s lifetime – oral language of Magadhi (Magadha) Advice to Sangha - teach in the language of the people Sangha had to be proficient in many languages Recitations Continuous stream of teachers/students.