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- n. An enlightened human being.
- n. A statue or image of the Buddha.
- n. Siddhartha Gautama.
- n. marijuana
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While originally the term buddha, meaning “enlightened one,” was reserved for
Bluestocking says: the buddha is a false sex god that encourages overeating and indulgence. —
Larry Mondello says: the buddha is a false sex god that encourages overeating and indulgence.
I just remember some kind of tall gate and you can see a giant statue of a buddha from the street.
He or she is searching for total enlightenment to become a buddha, which is a totally enlightened being.
To become a buddha is the highest enlightenment and greatest achievement in Buddhist teaching.
BioProspect has discovered a naturally-occurring termite-resistant oil found in the Eremophila mitchelli tree, also known as the false sandalwood or buddha, which is a native bush found throughout rural Australia.
In the Pali Canon and the Theravada tradition, the term 'buddha' usually refers to one who has become enlightened i.e., awakened to the truth, or Dharma on their own, without a teacher to point out the Dharma, in a time when the teachings on the Four Noble Truths or the Eightfold Path do not exist in the world, and teaches it to others.
"the buddha is my dj" has an interesting take on an article from Tricycle about a misguided soul who seems to have stepped across the line by requiring his employees to chant.
Wewere driven mad by some local who took poor luise to every "buddha" and made her take a picture then the cheeky bast&rd eanted money.
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