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The mind is the source of happiness and unhappiness.

Buddha

Wikipedia - Buddhism originated in India, from where it spread through much of Asia. Two branches: Theravada (Pali: "The School of the Elders") and Mahayana (Sanskrit: "The Great Vehicle"). Buddhism has over 500 million followers globally.

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While working at the gymnasium, one of the three teenagers who were performing community work asked me if I knew martial arts. I guess the perception is that all asians know martial arts. The dialoque went like this:

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My quest to understand 'consciousness' began many years ago. Not because it was difficult to understand but because it helped me to understand why life behaves and acts the way it does. Something in our sub-consciousness must trigger these acts.

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Today, the term is comparable to the phrase 'Cause And Effect' which is commonly used in scientific writing or 'Golden Rules' which is used in religious conversation. The south easterners use this term to refer to 'Good Actions or Bad Actions.

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Some suggest that 'life is magical'. Others feel that life is intelligent. Another group thinks life was sent by an entity. I say that life is both magical and intelligent; and it is possibly sent to earth by itself and not by an 'unknown' entity.

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