Buddha was the real reason to create the Buddhist philosophy. Siddhartha Gautama was the real name of Buddha; he was born in Lumbini, now it’s called as Nepal. His father was king, he lived a comfort life, and he did not know poverty. He did not come out and see the ordinary people life. At the age of 29, he married. One day Buddha asked the permission from his father to go out to see the people life. In that journey, He went with his driver Channa. He crossed four passing sights like sick people, old man, monk and dead body. After the journey only, he knew about the world. He decided to find out the origin of suffering and how to overcome it. His father tried to stop him, but he left the palace at midnight to become monk.
Buddhist philosophy is widely contracts with the troubles of metaphysics, the study of science, principles and theory of knowledge. Buddha is told have unspecified an insensitive approach to approximate thought in general. In the view of Buddha, he said the world must be attention in practical terms not in terms of things and matters. Buddhist philosophy was based on Buddhism. In the starting stage of Buddhism shows a sturdy strip of cynicism.
Ethics and characteristics of Buddhism
The main ethics of Buddhism or eight fold paths are “Right understands, Right intent, Right speech, Right action, Right Livelihood, Right effort, Right Mindfulness, Right Concentration. It expresses the good rules to people, how to live in life? These meaning of these rights has many features and contain the moral and a impartial way. If the things going a right way, we can feel a special inside which confirms that is the correct decision.
Buddha defined three main characteristics of existence, which contain distress, not lasting and the concept of unique self. He said that suffering means sickness, old age and death, it comes in all of us life, we have to overcome it. Our body will change from birth, relationships and experience also like that, relationships comes and go, success and failure also like that, we have to take it as a experience in life. All of it associated temporary nothing is permanent in the world.
In Buddhist Philosophy, Buddha’s famous quotes are, “Fill your life with compassion by Buddha”, “What we think we become”, “You only lose what you cling to”,” Do not overrate what you have received, nor envy others”. It expresses how to live a life for people.