How Do Contemporary Buddhist Practices Reflect The Foundations Of The Religion?

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The contemporary practices of Buddhism are truly reflective of the foundations of the religion. They signify what the basics of the religion entail. Some of these practices are:
Theravada Practices like Prostrations to the Triple Gem, Taking the Five Percepts, Uposatha, Practicing the Right Percepts, Studying Buddhist Scriptures, Visiting and supporting Buddhist Monks are all reflective of the foundations of Buddhism and take the buddhists nearer to their religion.
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The contemporary practices of Buddhism are truly reflective of the foundations of the religion. They signify what the basics of the religion entail. Some of these practices are: Theravada Practices like Prostrations to the Triple Gem, Taking the Five Percepts, Uposatha, Practicing the Right Percepts, Studying Buddhist Scriptures, Visiting and supporting Buddhist Monks are all reflective of the foundations of Buddhism and take the buddhists nearer to their religion.

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