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    • persist in associating Buddhism, primarily, with the idea of
    • regarding Buddhism. But on the other hand it must be said, even
    • into these matters, the association of Buddhism with the idea of
    • once realize when we consider that the aim of Buddhism is
    • and vital essence of Buddhism.
    • Buddhism, and vice versa; for during the course of our Occidental
    • Buddhism that man must ever strive to obtain such knowledge and
    • ancient traditions, not even from Buddhism; it has in fact thrust
    • spiritual investigation. Hence, to associate Buddhism so directly
    • Buddhism, then we must turn our spiritual eyes in quite another
    • From the stand-point of Buddhism, Indian
    • the very essence of Buddhism, its sentiments and its convictions.
    • Buddhism became permeated with thought and understanding
    • conceptions which underlie Buddhism, to the root and essence of
    • for Buddhism in point of fact isolates the individual. Questions
    • himself, nor Buddhism, can be properly understood. When Gautama
    • Now, regarding Buddhism, and speaking in an
    • a character entirely unlike that which obtains in Buddhism. The
    • The innermost essence of Buddhism is best
    • To those who profess Buddhism, there is something
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