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Basic Elements of Buddhist Practice

The basic elements of Buddhist practice are faith, practice, and study. All three of these elements are required for a person to consider themselves to be practicing Buddhism. This chart shows the interrelationship between these three elements and how they feed off of each other.

A person can be considered to have some level of faith in this Buddhism if they practice it. For if they didn't have any faith at all, they wouldn't practice this Buddhism.

faith, practice, and study


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