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Buddhists believe that there is no "God". Personal mortality is followed by reincarnations after better or worse "rebirths" depending upon merit attained in previous lives.
Buddhism's goal is the attainment of Nirvana, a state where cravings, desires and even "egos" cease and where, because of the associated merit, one can hope to be freed from the endless chain of rebirths into suffering lives.

Buddhist beliefs may help you in this life to have a sense of calmness, humility and peace, but will they help you in the life to come? How does Buddhism deal with the cleansing of past and current sin?

 

 

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