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[ The Sutra Story 5 | A Lesson from the Buddha ]

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Uploaded on Feb 9, 2011

About Shakyamuni Buddha:
Shakyamuni Buddha is the one who founded Buddhism. After he attained enlightenment and achieved the complete understanding of the universe, he decided to become a teacher to pass on his knowledge to everyone. His teachings were all recorded in the Sutra.

About this cartoon series:
This cartoon series consists of ten episodes. It gives an overview of Shakyamuni Buddha's life and a collection of his most important teachings as well.
This series places its emphasis on the Pureland Buddhism. The last four episodes cover the most important three Sutras of the Pureland Buddhism.
The cartoons was originally produced by Jodoshinshu, West Hongan-ji, Japan and translated into Chinese later by Fushine Ltd., Taiwan.

About Buddhism:
Is Buddhism a religion? Or rather a philosophy? Or something else? What is a Buddha? A God or a human? You might find astonishing answers in this book:
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/8053958/To%20...

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