Buddhist Studies | Religion | Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion
Since earliest times, death has fascinated, terrified, and confounded human beings. Virtually every religious tradition offers some explanation of three key concerns: the beginnings of the world, the meaning and purpose of human existence, and the end of life. The Buddhist traditions have given special attention to the meaning of life and the end of life as central topics for reflection.
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Tsomo, Karma Lekshe PhD, "Dying, Death, and Afterlife from a Buddhist Perspective" (2006). Theology and Religious Studies: Faculty Scholarship. 20.