Buddhists believe that suffering is caused by craving. If someone had cancer, would you say it was caused by their craving?
Buddhism goes on about suffering. Don’t you find it pessimistic and depressing?
If craving leads to suffering, isn’t it wrong to want to reach Enlightenment?
How can I be aware of suffering without being overwhelmed?
What do Buddhists mean when they say we have no self?
Do you believe in rebirth? If so, what do you think you will come back as? If not, why bother living by the Buddha’s teaching?
What do Buddhists believe happens after death?
Is Buddhism one or many? What, if anything, unites different traditions?
Is having a disability the result of our previous karma?