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Buddhism is based on what concepts? A. Four Noble Truths and Eightfold Path to enlightenment B. yin and yang C. karma's impact on reincarnation D. respect toward others and proper mannerisms

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Definitely (A). If you need an explanation for why, you can check these links out: http://www.typesofreligion.com/buddhism/concepts-and-beliefs.html http://www.buddhanet.net/e-learning/qanda02.htm
I agree....definitaly A
A, enlightenment 100% sure
no, its reincarnation!! :/ i think..
no, its enlightenment and nirvana, that tells gaining knowledge by oneself , i am not sure about the whole concept but its A
what do you know about Buddhism :P i know absolutley nothing, that was so random sorry.. bye now
and state of perfect happiness
great :D
i dont see mine
The Answer is A: Four truths and Eightfold Path to enlightenment

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