Why Buddhism Would’ve End Civilization

Buddhism End Civilization

Buddhism is among the top-5 most popular religions in the world. It got there due to its unobtrusiveness, philosophical image, friendliness with its business competitors, and romantic propaganda of self-development. However, each of these factors in their success is debatable from an intellectual point of view. Which can explain and lead to the conclusion that theoretically, this cult may be able to destroy humanity. Let’s take a look at why Buddhism would’ve end civilization.

Buddhist Unobtrusiveness

A popular and distinctive marker of Buddhism is the general belief that it doesn’t take part in convincing and converting anyone to their side. At first glance, it may seem that this religion is better, since it does not impose itself on others. However, if you think about it, the only thing that makes it better among others is its marketing plan.

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This technique of demonstrative lack of interest in growth of customers is nothing more than a tactic of hidden marketing. It is a complex of unobtrusive activities aimed at creating a sustainable positive image of a brand, product, service or company among all target audiences.

The history of civilization numbers about 5000 religions. Therefore, it is not surprising that representatives of one of them thought of using this quiet business tactic in their favor.

Buddhism and Other Religions

Buddhism does not find the variety of beliefs in the world offensive. Which means that Buddhism also does not care that it is the presence of beliefs that underlies all numerous religious wars that we still have today. Moreover, from the point of view of Buddhism, the various world religions are necessary because they are suitable for people with “different inclinations.”

Buddhists close their eyes on religious hatred to any dissent and subsequent atrocities. And at the same time, they try to make friends with their business competitors, while coloring their image and language in peaceful tones.

Basically, every religion can be compared to a UFC fighter. Without any doubt in this organization the amount of respect between the fighters is much higher than in the religious world. At every pre-fight conference there are both trash talkers and gentlemen. But in the end, when they get to the octagon, the main goal of each of them is to survive, inflict the maximum amount of damage to their enemy and prove his or her superiority

But in this analogy, there is one significant difference between the top fighting league and the world of religion: UFC fighters fight against each other and, unlike religious movements, will never involve their audience and random crooks in clarifying their relationship.

Why Buddhism is not a Philosophy

Religion that claims to be a philosophy branch is like a murderer who claims to be a doctor of medicine. And as we all know, Buddhism positions itself as a deep and boundless philosophical movement.

The word “philosophy” comes from the ancient Greek that translates as “love for wisdom”

The main tasks of philosophy include the study of the universal laws of the development of the world, the study of patterns of society, and the study of cognition and thinking process.

Buddhism on the other hand offers seductive and forget-forcing meditation as the main road to enlightenment. The practice, which consists in all kinds of suspension of thinking as such and concentration on your “inner” feelings that have nothing to do with the rest of the world.

If we look at the essence of philosophy in even more simpler formulations, we will quickly find that its main and primary principle comes down to complete adoption of free thinking. While Buddhism (like any other religion) serves as a collection of restraining and restrictive both mental and physical rules that deprive any participant the right to have unlimited privilege of freedom of thought.

Moreover, philosophy denies the use of any mystical, spiritualistic methods, and reliance on mythological, fantastic statements as an argument. Whereas Buddhism (again, like any other religion), offers the audience to be guided by their sets of anti-scientific beliefs which their cult is made of.

The “Buddha’ believed that suffering is inseparable from life, and the main cause of suffering are desires. And if you remove all desires, all suffering will disappear. Therefore, the whole concept of Buddhism in a nutshell can be summarized with the following words – don’t do anything and nothing bad will happen. If you do everything right, you will feel good at some point.

However, in reality the cause of all suffering lies within the desire of each individual to survive in the long-term perspective. To increase these chances by improving the standard of living, humanity had no choice but to engage in its own development.

As a result, compared to the Stone Age, we have safe food sources within walking distance, warm shelters with water, a healthcare system and of course technologies that simplify our work on everything.

Because of technologies humanity is capable of not only interacting with loved ones, but also to drill holes on a neighboring planet and analyze their composition for knowing better our future or even previous home. Meanwhile, Buddhism offers us an “alternative” look on human development. 

Buddhism and True Development

Buddhism is well known for its pompous search for truth and desire to be in harmony with nature.

But the truth is something that exists regardless of human perception. And in the modern world, it is gradually established and learned through hypotheses, scientific experiments and comparative analysis of results.

Harmony with nature, lies in the knowledge of the physical and biological laws to which it obeys, and using them not only to maintain the global ecosystem, but also to improve it. Therefore, if Buddhists do have a desire to establish truth and achieve harmony with nature in the list of priorities, the vectors of their development should be directed not inside of “their inner world”, but into the world of science.

However, according to its rules, Buddhism cuts off from any person such an element necessary for the development of a successful and intellectual personality as scientific knowledge. Due to the established “Buddhist moral principles”, the mental barricade does not allow its participants to explore scientific and non-ethical territories.

Niels Bohr once stated that science undermines the standards of ethics. That statement is completely true because often, in order to establish a scientific pattern, it is necessary to use not only natural, but also biological resources. Thus, a Buddhist will never be able to become a scientist. A person that truly explores the universe by putting any form of moral and ethical principles aside.

The highest ideal of life according to Buddhism comes to acceptance of monastic celibacy. Therefore, if everyone in the world reaches “enlightenment”, humanity will stop multiplying. It will quickly forget how to create machines, repair and use the old ones and will begin to die out instead. Taking with them all mantras, nirvanas and beliefs in reincarnation in the body of other organisms. In cases of successful evolution, it will get and start out with the same old “enlightenment” circle until the Sun loses mass and the planets leave their orbits into outer space and the life on our planet will end without even getting to Mars.

Zack Hargrove is a remote editor. His colleagues from Do my Coding are willing to provide professional help with IT assignments to anyone who struggles at computer classes. 

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