Buddhism 25. Buddhism Buddhism

There is no name for God in ancient Jewish text except for the letters YHWH, not because that mankind is so evil that it does not deserve to speak the name of God, as some have stated, but they knew that if the "experience" of God was given a name, then individuals over a period of time would think God was in fact a SEPARATE being with his own SACRED name.

In ancient Taoism there is no name for God, the spiritual essence of all things, including each human being is simply called Tao. The word Tao actually means the spiritual SELF, or SELF nature in all things.

Tao, A-RA (Allah), YHWH, Brahma, etc., are not the names of God, they are words used in text to REPRESENT God.

Siddhartha Gautama - The Buddha

Siddhartha Gautama - The Buddha



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