The information has reached its "control age", but religion's crucial roles in the field of humanity are still prevailing. And to a more surprising fact, to me, the world is on a fringe of ideological conflicts or differences.Reading a lot of philosophy and history materials, I have found that Buddhism has been accused of being "socialism initiative.
" The purpose of this article is to argue against this opinion and to reveal the world the true value of Buddhism and this value is never socialism.Buddhism teaches the truth to the world's people. Those truths are the eight-fold path, the four noble truths, the nothingness of materialism and the everything-ness of thought, the benefits of hard works, aptitudes of the unique and true persons, the eternal flow of changes in human society and other philosophies that one hundred percent of today's people cannot accomplish.Buddha has been accused of "socialism initiator", because of the truth he revealed to the world.
So does it mean saying the truth is socialism-initiative? If so, would there be university level education? International Court of Justice, United Nations whose philosophies are to reveal the truth to the world?.A lot of people have said that what Buddha's thought is beyond human capacity. That is right! If just anyone can accomplish what he did, would he be called the Buddha, the most influential humanity philosopher in East Asia? What he did must be beyond human capacity, before he is called "the world's philosopher model.".
Socialism, Because Buddhism takes away the material needs? Buddha says that materialism is nothing; just the root of conflict. I accept this is true, but I cannot do it, because I am selfish and evil human. Well, human is evil, because of material aspiration, and if anyone can do as what Buddha states, should he/she be called "human?".What the Buddha says is too much and absolutely unacceptable to all of us, but one man can accomplish this, and this man was the Buddha. So since all of us are evil and materialistically ambitious, we accuse the Buddha of socialism-initiator, Buddha is now the victim of circumstance.
One man who could do the impossibility is the victim of the entire world in the 21st century.Does democracy just mean, "what the majority says or dies is right and the only one person who walks on a very different path is wrong." I leave this question to you..Lay Vicheka is a translator for the most celebrated translation agency in the Kingdom of Cambodia, Pyramid. He is working as freelance writer for Search Newspaper, focusing on social issues and students' issues. Lay Vicheka has great experience in law and politics, as he used to be legal and English-language assistant to a member of parliament, migration experience (home-based business) and experience in writing. You are stronly advised to contact him for any doubts or wonder about Cambodian politics and even the world's phenomenon. Posting address: 221H Street 93, Tuol Sangke quarter, Russey Keo district, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
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By: Vicheka Lay