The core of Buddhist practice is the Noble Eightfold Path as taught by the Buddha after his enlightenment (as part of the Four Noble Truths). This graphic is meant to be used! It features teachings of Venerable Master Hsing Yun to aid you in your journey (read more about the Four Noble Truths in this eBook: http://www.fgsitc.org/the-four-noble-truths/).
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Note: If you are only interested in viewing the graphic, you can check it out (along with my article) for free here: https://www.alanpeto.com/buddhism/understanding-eightfold-path
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