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According to Buddhism, the Four Noble Truths are ideas to explain suffering and reveal the means to overcome the desire that causes suffering. What is the process to overcome desire called?
Weegy: Buddha taught that 1) life permates around suffering, 2) humanity suffers because of their desires, 3) to overcome desires, one must obtain nirvana, and 4) to obtain nirvana, one must follow the eight-fold path (Right Views, Right Resolve, [ Right Speech, Right Conduct, Right Livelihood, Right Effort, Right Mindfulness, Right Concentration). These are known as the four noble truths. Read more about this information here : ] (More)
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According to Buddhism, the Four Noble Truths are ideas to explain suffering and reveal the means to overcome the desire that causes suffering. What is the process to overcome desire called? A. the Ten Commandments B. Dao De Jing C. Eightfold Path D. Epic of Gilgamesh
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According to Buddhism, the Four Noble Truths are ideas to explain suffering and reveal the means to overcome the desire that causes suffering. The process to overcome desire is called Eightfold Path.

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according to the buddhism what is the process to overcome desire called? User: Which of the following was NOT one of the reasons ancient Egypt prospered for such a long period of time in the Nile River Valley?
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Weegy: Natural law or the law of nature is a theory that posits the existence of a law whose content is set by nature and that therefore has validity everywhere. Civil law is a legal system inspired by Roman law, [ [ the primary feature of which is that laws are written into a collection, codified, and not (as in common law) determined by judges ] ] (More)
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