When you look at our social and economic woes, you wonder if you can find any hope for the future. Sure, it appears that the economy could be recovering, but you realize what you see may be an illusion. After all, government spending is out of control and it seems as if we’ve suffered a moral decline. On top of that, you may be suffering from personal difficulties.
During moments of weakness, you feel that life slams you with hopelessness. After all, how else could you possibly feel? If your personal life continually deals you pain and sorrow, you cry in despair “Oh God, why must I suffer? Why does life treat me so cruelly? I don’t think I can’t take it anymore.”
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In the article Christian Objectivism: Possibility or Contradiction we explored whether Christianity is compatible with Objectivism…or not. Now it’s time to find out if the Four Noble Truths of Buddhist philosophy tie in with the philosophy of reason and action.
Do you ever think about your trials and tribulations and wonder if life is worth the daily effort you must put forth? You’ve probably noticed that as soon as one desire is satisfied a new one pops up and demands satisfaction. You feel as if you are on an endless treadmill of attempting to satisfy wants and desires.
Are you familiar with the “Four Noble Truths” of Buddhist philosophy? They are:
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