There is no suffering in Buddhism. Buddhism offers an end to suffering. Other religions see suffering as a purifying thing, Buddhism seesit as a problem which must be overcome.
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P.J Saher has written: 'The conquest of suffering' -- subject(s): Doctrines, Buddhism, Suffering (Buddhism)
The basic beliefs of Buddhism revolve around suffering and are called The Four Noble Truths. These truths reveal that there is suffering, desire causes suffering, suffering can be ended, and in order to end suffering you must follow the Eightfold Path.
Suffering exists.Craving is the cause of suffering.
In ancient buddhism readings people say it is desire that creates suffering'
Similarities are the four noble truths. -There is suffering. -Suffering is caused by attachment. -There is an end to suffering. -Suffering's end is found in the Path. The differences are of intention and focus. (T: me; M: all)
It promised freedom and suffering.
Nirvana-end of suffering
Happiness, and the release from suffering.