Central concepts in Buddhism.
Often described as Buddhism’s central insights
The middle way, or path of liberation
Perceived in meditation, they lead to wisdom
Ethical rules for laypeople
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The Rev. James Ishmael Ford, a UU World online columnist, is a Zen Buddhist priest and senior guiding teacher of Boundless Way Zen as well as senior minister of First Unitarian Church of Providence, Rhode Island.
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