Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The ethical code and religious system of Gautama Buddha.

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Examples

  • She teaches buddhadharma (the way of the Buddha) internationally and leads a number of charitable projects, including Tibetan Women's Development Projects, Tibetan Youth Projects, development of medical clinics, and the Leprosy Project, among others.

    April L. Bogle: Her Holiness: Is the Time Right for a Female Dalai Lama?

  • This verse really gets to the heart of what could be called the essence of the practice of the buddhadharma.

    Training the Mind: Verse 3

  • The real task of a buddhadharma practitioner is to defeat this inner enemy.

    Training the Mind: Verse 3

  • She teaches buddhadharma the way of the Buddha internationally and leads a number of charitable projects, including Tibetan Women's Development Projects, Tibetan Youth Projects, development of medical clinics, and the Leprosy Project, among others.

    April L. Bogle: Her Holiness: Is the Time Right for a Female Dalai Lama?

  • At a basic level, the buddhadharma is about being taught by reality.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • And we also have wonderful, kind and loving practitioners who sincerely work hard to express the buddhadharma in their daily lives.

    About.com Buddhism

  • Dharma has many meaning and in buddhadharma anything that helps cultivate the good heart is dharma.

    *SUSAN LOONE's Blog*

  • Is it stupidity or was it a lot more comforting to just follow the crowd - no matter how damaging it is to buddhadharma?

    *SUSAN LOONE's Blog*

  • Is it stupidity or was it a lot more comforting to just follow the crowd - no matter how damaging it is to buddhadharma? "

    *SUSAN LOONE's Blog*

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