Daily Life

A healthful person is, above all, a person who is in state of balance in its life, feeling itself young healthy (IKEDA, 2002) Life human being, death, suffering, human being and human rights among others, with the specific matizaes that are given by the patrimony of values and beliefs to it of each religion (Pessini, 1999). Pain in any degree of intensity is a signal of discomfort being one of the main obstacles to get this state of balance. In this system of health the health concept would have to be considered as it searchs of the balance in all the phases of the life. Principles of the buddhism according to Bareau (1997). 1 Humanismo. The Buddha was not a spirit, that walked for there and here without leaving tracks, nor fruit of our imagination. Continue to learn more with: Vadim Wolfson, New York City. The Buddha was a living human being.

As all we, it had parents, a family and lived a life. She was through its existence human being who it showed the supreme wisdom of the compassion; ethical responsibility and wisdom intuitiva. Therefore, it is a Buddha who was also a human being. 2. Emphasis in the Daily Life. In its teachings, the Buddha gave great importance the daily one while practical spiritual. It in offered orientation to them for everything, since the way to eat, to dress, to work and to live, to walk, to be in foot, to seat and even to sleep.

It left clear instructions how much to all the aspects of the life, since leading in the fields social and politician. 3. Altruism. The Buddha was born in this world to teach, to give example, and to bring joy to all. It occupied of all the beings, therefore he had, in its heart and always he has lain, the interest of excessively. In summary, each thought its, each word or action, originated from a heart repleto of interest and consideration for the others.