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Buddhism

Teacher: Tom Burke
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Four Noble ______
Mr. _____, Principal of Marquette Catholic HS.
Ms. Tracy ______, study hall
Ms. Kathleen _____ Theology Teacher
One of the Three Jewels of Buddhism
Prevalent form of Buddhism in Cambodia, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand.
'suffering', part of the human condition in Buddhism.
Future Buddhas.
Siddhartha Guatama and all who have attained perfect enlightenment.
'desire' The second of the Four Noble Truths, selfish desire.
The ultimate goal of all Buddhists, the extinction of desire.
Large Buddhism division, prevalent in China, Japan, and Korea.
Birthplace of Hinduism
Basic Moral requirements of all Buddhists.
The wheel of rebirth or reincarnation.
Where the world's highest mountain is
Choreographed hand movements in Buddhistic rituals.
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The Buddhist community of monks and nuns.
Buddhist nation in the Himalaya Mountains
Ms. Ally _____, Social Studies teacher
Largest city in China
The fourth of the Four Noble Truths; the basic practices of Buddhism that lead to nirvana.
One who has become enlightenend.
Patterned icons that visually excite; used in Buddhism to enhance meditation.
The spiritual leader of Buddhism, an incarnation of bodhisattva.
Emphasizing the harnessing of sensual energies to attain nirvana.
The moral law of cause and effect of actions; determines the nature of one's rebirth.
The Buddhist doctrine denying a permanent self.
The Buddhist doctrine that all existent things are constantly changing.
Phrases or syllables chanted to evoke a deity or to enhance meditation.
World's largest continent
An ancient language of India.
Country of many Buddhists
______ Way, Buddhist teaching that rejects the pleasures of sensual indulgence and the self-denial of asceticism.