There’s something about the inherent tolerance of Buddhism, which is in itself attractive. It is totally without bias.
There is no notion of sin, there is no notion of good and evil, is not only ignorance and suffering. And this is the most important thing that puts the emphasis on compassion, not embrace negativity.
Buddhism makes the fundamental question: What is life and what is the point of existence? Wade Davis goes on an anthropological and spiritual journey in the Himalayas of Nepal to learn the deepest lesson of Buddhist practice.
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