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Transcript
Name __________________________
Buddhism Video
What is Buddhism?
1. How many people in the world practice Buddhism _____________________ or ________ %.
2. In what countries are most of the Buddhist found China, ____________________ and South East
___________________.
3.
Buddha means the ____________________________ one.
History
4. Siddhatta Gautama was born in _____________________ BCE in Nepal.
5. Siddhatta was a Hindu _________________________.
6. He left his wealthy home and saw four things that changed his life:
a. _______________ man
b. _______________ man
c. _______________ people die
d. _______________ man can be happy with a simple life
7. Siddhatta wanted to find out how to overcome __________________________!
8. After living in poverty for 6 years Siddhatta discovered that one should live their life in the
__________________ path – live in __________________.
9. Siddhatta became the Buddha, the Enlightened one, he believed that ___________________ is
caused by our desires.
10. There are 2 main branches of Buddhism
a. Theravada is found in Thailand, __________________________ and Laos.
b. Mahayana is found in Tibet, _____________________ Korea and ____________________.
Practices
11. The 4 Noble Truths
a. Suffering is a part of ___________________________
b. Suffering is caused by __________________________
c. There is an end to _____________________________
d. Follow the Noble Eight _____________________Path
12. The Noble Eight Fold Path
a. ___________________
e. Work/Jobs
b. Thoughts
f.__________________
c. ____________________
g. Mindfulness
d. Actions
h. __________________
13. The Eight Fold Path teachers people how to be _________________________people.
14. Dharma are the ________________________ of Buddhism.
Branches
15. Theravada follow the _______________________ teachings. It follows the ideas of the Noble
Eight Fold Path.
16. Mahayana Buddhists believe that they need ______________________ from other to achieve
______________________.
17. Both branches believe in ___________________________ as a common value.
Beliefs
18. Reincarnation means _______________________.
19. Karma refers to ___________________________________________.
20. Nirvana releases one and ends all _______________________.
21. Bodhisattvas help to _________________ others to enlightenment.
Spiritual Leaders
22. The Dalia Lama is known as a teacher of ________________.
23. The current or 14th Dalai Lama is considered a great ________________________ leader and
inspires all people around the world.
24. The Sangha is a community that includes Monks, ______________ and lay people.
25. The Three Jewels are
a. The Buddha
b. The _______________________ -Buddha’s teachings
c. _________________________ - the Buddhist spiritual community Traditions
26. Describe how monks live in the Sangha
a.
____________________ heads
b. Wear Robes
c. Follow the __________________________ Moral Precepts
27. Dana is _________________________ given to the monks.
28. Nuns duties include _________________________ service.
Sacred Writings
29. Sutras are ___________________ writings.
30. The writings were placed in the 3 baskets called the ____________________.
Spiritual Places
31. Prayer wheels are called __________________ wheels and contain prayers written on paper.
When the wheels turn they release the prayers.
32. Most Buddhist homes have a _________________________ that includes candles, flowers, of the
Buddha.
33. The place of worship in Buddhism is called a ___________________________.
34. The Lotus flower represents ___________________________________.
35. The statue of Buddha usually has ____________________ ears for compassion – to hear all who
suffer.
36. The ________________________ is a bell-shaped building that contains important relics of the
Buddhist religion.
37. The ___________________________is tiered towed that is also a spiritual place in Buddhism
Holidays.
38. Vesak or Wesak is the celebration of ____________________ birthday.