Buddhist Spirituality and Interfaith Dialogue

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Veerachart Nimanong

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In this paper, my attempt is to discuss about the Buddhist spirituality in connection with interfaith dialogue. If no concept of ‘spirit’ is in Buddhism, then how can there be the Buddhist spirituality. If the spirituality means the way of religious life, then there is the Buddhist spirituality. To have the Buddhist spirit or real Buddhist is to observe the morality and practice Insight Meditation. The real followers of any religions can associate with any other religious followers. This is because all religions teach people to be good by having co-existence with others peacefully. To do dialogue with others is to live with each peacefully, to do social services together with other religious followers, to study the teaching of other religions, and to observe the way of religious practices of other religious followers

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