Bodhisattva

Bodhisattva,

How Do You Define Bodhisattva?

  • From Buddhism, one who seeks enlightenment for good and empathizes with others. In Western thought, we can see that this is similar to Maslow's concept of a tendency towards self-knowledge, including helping others to realize themselves. As far as investment banks or the European presidency are concerned, it is not easy to explain the nature of human behavior. If you forgive the clutch.

Meanings of Bodhisattva

  1. (In Mahayana Buddhism) One who is able to attain Nirvana, but slowly works with compassion to save suffering human beings.

Sentences of Bodhisattva

  1. Buddhists acknowledge the severity of the suffering of all human beings in Samsara and create innumerable compassion and love.

Bodhisattva,

What is Bodhisattva?

  • In Buddhism, enlightenment is sought and empathy for others is encouraged. In Western thought, we can see that this is similar to the concept of transcendence in the pursuit of self-creation of issues, including helping others in their own reality. A concept that cannot be easily explained by human behavior, but if one can imagine it in search of titles for investment bankers or European presidents, if the clutches allow it.

Meanings of Bodhisattva

  1. (In Mahayana Buddhism) One who is able to attain Nirvana, but slowly does so out of compassion for suffering human beings.