Buddhists do not believe in a life of hedonism because they believe in the law of karma (that is, a personís actions in this life will affect his existence in his next life) and because they preach that happiness can be obtained . . .
"In the same way that we do not befriend or reject somebody just on the basis of the type of clothing he is wearing, we should not feel prejudice nor bigotry towards others just because of the type of body that they are wearing. We should know that we aren't our bodies and thus not relate with others according to their temporary bodies."
Religious Fanatics: "There's a saying: "Misery likes company." So-called religious fanatics are so miserable that they want to create as much havoc in society as possible. They want others to join them in their misery."
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