Lord Buddha underwent great hardships to realise the truth that everyone was endowed with the same principle of Divinity. Many noble souls who were contemporaries of Buddha acknowledged His greatness. They said that Buddha experienced the truth that they were unable to realise. As Lord Buddha gave up all desires, he became an epitome of total renunciation. There was nothing in Him except love. He considered love as His very life-breath. He further taught that people should not have anger, should not find faults in others, and should not harm others as all are embodiments of the pure, eternal principle – the Divine. He urged people to have compassion towards the needy and help them to the extent possible, understanding and respecting the underlying principle of unity and Divinity in all. Never have narrow considerations that some are your friends, and some are your enemies. All are one, be alike to everyone. These are the most important teachings of The Buddha.
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