The End of The Affair, by John Snelling

Buddhism now

Hills and sky.Buddhism is not founded on great world-shattering questions like: ‘Who Made the Universe?’, or ‘What is the Meaning of Life?’ It takes as its jumping off point the basic fact that we all suffer, that life not only has a pleasant, light side but a dark, painful side too — and that’s a problem.

‘Suffering I teach,’ said the Buddha; ‘and the Way out of suffering.’

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