Objectivism is a philosophy founded by novelist, Ayn Rand. It is both widely praised and criticized, vastly bend and twisted. Its basic concepts, however, remain just and clear in terms of existence, reason, love, religion, and politics. Existence Objectivism is based on conscious reality. “I exist, therefore I am,” is a line of horse manure. [...]
Buddhist Truth 3; the Experience of Liberation The four “noble truths” are prominent in Buddhism, and often quoted in short summaries to the religion. They are – 1. The reality of suffering, unsatisfactoriness. (dukkha) 2. The cause of suffering (samudaya dukkha) 3. The experience of Freedom, the end of suffering (nibbana, dukkha nirodha) 4. The [...]This entry was posted in buddhism, christianity, default, religions and tagged Being Free, Buddhism, Experience, Freedom, Freedom This, From, Goal, Liberation The, noble truths, Philosophy Versus Buddhist Scriptures Buddhist Truth, Suffering - Philosophy vs Buddhist Scripture, Way. Bookmark the permalink.