So Buddhism has no place, but according to His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Buddhism thus serves as a bridge between religion and philosophy. So according to Ba, I think that Buddhism is a spiritual tradition, from which a wisdom emerges that one can apply anytime, anywhere in life. Assuming i’m just an old lady was your first mistake poster. Buddhism is not a religion if one considers religion a blind obedience to a dogma without having to examine its authenticity. But if the distant people consider the original language of the word religion as “bridge”, Buddhism is related to the most metaphysical principles.
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