"Buddhism began in India 2,500 years ago and later spread throughout the world. Buddhists do not recognize an all powerful god, but rather follow the teachings of the Buddha, a man, to find peace and contentment. Today courageous Buddhist monks are respected around the globe as moral leaders. Learn more about the rich history and traditions of Buddhism and how the religion fits into today's world in Buddhism, part of the World Religions series."
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