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In Buddhism, the terms dhamma (Pali) or dharma (Sanskrit) are used in two ways. First, it refers to the sutras that are said to contain the Buddha’s actual teaching. This usage also sometimes includes the various commentaries on Buddha’s teaching (shastras). It can also include any texts or speeches produced by Buddhist masters over the centuries. Second, it refers to all “sense objects” — the phenomenal world. These are the sensations we experience through the senses (ears, nose, taste, touch, and consciousness) — forms, feelings, impulses, perceptions, and consciousness. The Heart Sutra, a Mahayana text, contains a thorough analysis of… Read more »

Nice World
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Nice World

On a basic level, dhamma is simply the Buddha’s teachings which were later made into text.

On a practical level, dhamma is the vehicle/method you use to achieve happiness.

On religious level, dhamma is the second of the three jewels Buddhists seek refuge in (the Buddha, dhamma, sangha).

On a philosophical level, dhamma is the complete way of thought of understanding dhukkha (unsatisfactoriness) and what how to achieve liberation from dhukkha.

On an community level, dhamma is Buddhism while other dhammas of other religions are their religion (eg. Hinduism is called sanatama dharma).

Jesse F
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Jesse F

It is Buddha’s teachings which is the same as everything. All forces in the Earth are together.

mark s
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mark s

Dhamma (Dharma ) is in fact the Buddhas teachings , but also it is the practice of Buddhism.

Make it Rayne
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Make it Rayne

The Dhamma, the truth taught by the Buddha

So yes, it is his teachings

Officemonkey
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It can refer to the Buddha’s teachings, or it can mean “ultimate reality.”

cheir
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cheir

I thought it was cursing the wife.