Strictly speaking, Buddhism is not a religion because it is not "a system of faith and worship owing any allegiance to a supernatural being:.
What Buddhism interprets and reveals is the nature of existence, the principle of birth and death of the universe and lives. It advises all sentient beings how to accord with and manipulate the principle, in order to pursue the ultimate liberation and happiness by the highest level of wisdom. It is much more than a science, a philosophy or a religion. To be more exact, believing in Buddhism is a process of learning! Buddha is our teacher, and the Buddhist is a student.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 July 2011 00:16