Buddhism Prayers

A collection of prayers and religious scriptures from the Buddhism Religion.

Buddhism is a religion based upon Buddha that involves practices, traditions, and spiritual beliefs. Buddha was born as “Siddhārtha Gautama” around the 5th or 4th century BCE. Buddhists believe in what is called “The Four Noble Truths” which are over coming suffering, coming together, letting go, and renouncement. Buddhists try to reach a higher ascension of oneself to escape the cycle of death and rebirth. Buddhists believe in virtues called “Paramitas” which is translated as “Perfections”. Buddhists seek peace through meditation.

There are an estimated 500 million Buddhist’s world wide. (2021)

Regardless of what we nickname our Oldest Ancestors, one thing all Religions have in common, We Love Our Oldest Parents.

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