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Lions Roar : January 2016
SHARE YOUR WISDOM Do you think of Buddhism as religion, philosophy, or psychology? It’s a way of life, with a very rich intellectual tradition—including profound psychological and philosophical insights. It is also clearly a religion—with rituals, ceremonies and symbols to help people deal with all of life’s transitions—birth, death, marriage, and all the joy and suffering in between. —Daniel Diffin, Westerly, Rhode Island Q: Do you think of Buddhism as religion, philosophy, or psychology? A: Yes. —Marc Ringel, Greeley, Colorado Next issue: What is your favorite music lyric that reminds you of a Buddhist teaching? Send your answer and photo to