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5 Matching questions

  1. Right Mindfulness
  2. Ti
  3. Ascetic
  4. dharma
  5. nirvana
  1. a Righteousness or Justice. The state of doing good. Consists of Zhong and Shu as well
  2. b Central Law of Life-"Truth"
  3. c Live in the present moment; Accept everything without judging or reacting; Sustain appropriate attention throughout the day
  4. d one who deprives him/herself of food, water, necessities for life
  5. e the state of supreme peace; enlightenment

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. why you suffer
  2. Speak truthfully; not speaking with forked tongue; speak only when what you have to say is better than silence; not speaking cruelly; not exaggerating; listen mindfully; understand person you're speaking to
  3. something good-cause and effect
  4. wholeheartedness
  5. the path itself that leads to the state of being where suffering doesn't affect you

5 True/False questions

  1. Tibetan (Tantric)Ritual practice; Combined with local beliefs; Ritual brings enlightenment


  2. Theravada"The Ancient Teaching" Goal: The awakening of self; Not 'concerned' for other beings


  3. Buddhaknowledge; education; understanding


  4. Right DiligencePrevent unwholesome seeds from arise; Nourish wholesome seeds; Middle Way (moderation); Abandon unwholesome seeds that have already arisen


  5. Right Viewpractice of touching love and preventing harm; complete non-violence towards ourselves and others.
    live ethically, not stealing and not killing