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  Posted on Aug.08.2009 @ 10:58PM EDT by chontri
What, monks, is the world? The eye and shapes, the ear and sounds,
the nose and smells, the tongue and tastes, the body and tactile objects,
the mind and mental objects - these... continue...

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→→→→ vertical line TOPIC: TEACHING BUDDHISM IN SCHOOL
vertical line Posted on Feb.10.2008 @ 10:43PM EDT by yogaisfun

i go to a catholic high school, and we are required to take religion class each year.

this year we have WORLD RELIGIONS; we just finished Islam and are now moving on to Hinduism and then next Buddhism.

im interested to see how they describe buddhism...


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Reply from Lynnoh
Feb.11.2008
12:27PM EDT 
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vertical line didn't we do this before?
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Reply from -----0
Feb.11.2008
01:31PM EDT 
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they do it every year

that's how schools work

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