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“Physiologically speaking, man's body is completely changed every seven years.”
The Buddhist Catechism


 “THE LIFE OF THE BUDDHA 1. Question. Of what religion[1] are you? Answer. The Buddhist. 2. Q. What is Buddhism? A. It is a body of teachings given out by the great personage known as the Buddha. 3. Q. Is "Buddhism" the best name for this teaching? A. No; that is only a western term: the best name for it is Bauddha Dharma. 4. Q. Would you call a person a Buddhist who had merely been born of Buddha parents? A. Certainly not. A Buddhist is one who not only professes belief in the Buddha as the noblest of Teachers, in the Doctrine preached by Him, and in the Brotherhood of Arhats, but practises His precepts in daily life.”
The Buddhist Catechism


 “Q. Was the Buddha God? A. No. Buddha Dharma teaches no "divine" incarnation.”
The Buddhist Catechism


 “He found that the pleasures of the eye, the ear, the taste, touch and smell are fleeting and deceptive: he who gives value to them brings only disappointment and bitter sorrow upon himself. The”
The Life of Buddha and Its Lessons


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  3. To investigate unexplained laws of nature and the powers latent in humanity.



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