Religious concepts based on love - Buddhism

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What are the 4 immeasurables taught by the Buddha?
Loving Kindness, Sympathetic joy, equal spread of feelings and compassion
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What does loving kindness mean?
You want all beings to be well and happy. Not just people you know and like
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How can you show loving kindness?
By wishing people to be well and happy. And helping other people so that they will be able to do things by themselves.
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How does Karma, Consequence, and intention link to love?
Karma is the consequence of our actions. Actions are the consequence of previous actions. When we become aware of the consequences we become aware of our motivation, thus we learn more about our intentions. Which opens a window to a deeper level of
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What do people intend to become by following the eightfold path?
Loving beings and live peacefully in the world.
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What are the two qualities man should develop to become perfect?
1) Compassion 2)Wisdom. The aim is to create balance
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What does compassion represent?
Love, charity, kindness, tolerance and other qualities of the heart
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What does wisdom represent?
Qualities of the mind/ Intellectual qualities
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