Rāhula (born c. 534 BCE) was the only son of Siddhartha Gautama (commonly
known as Buddha), and his wife Princess Yasodharā. ... the pleasure and joy that
a man receives in his wife and ch...
Yasodhara took the little Rahula to listen to the Buddha's preaching. When they ...
"Even so, little is the training of those who have no shame at intentional lying."
Jul 9, 2013 ... Did Buddha warn against attachments? Yes. This is a pretty deep question when
you start thinking about it. If you, as a Buddhist, have children ...
The Buddha was an Indian philosopher (seeker of wisdom), religious teacher, ...
Gautama is said to have experimented with many different teachings for seven ...
to attain final salvation, or nirvana, but this did not stop its members from trying.
Sep 5, 2009 ... I have heard the story of the Buddha's life from childhood. ... I suppose stories we
learn in religious contexts as children often go unquestioned. ... So it seems clear
to me that the Buddha did not “abandon” his son, but that the ...
Some modern wits have called the Buddha a "deadbeat dad." But the infant
Rahula ... So the child, as children will, attached himself to his father. He followed
Editorial Reviews. Review. Praise for If the Buddha Dated “[Charlotte Kasl] adds
an entirely .... If the Buddha Had Kids is a must read, even if you don't have
children and just need a guide on parenting yourself! ... Wonderfully worded
guide to raising kids...even though, yes, Buddha did actually have children which,
I have a very wealthy friend who has three homes, is going to inherit a ...
Buddha's father also was frustrated and greatly missed his son. ... The other kid,
used to being on the defensive, has a way of making annoying comebacks that
disregard the attack. .... And this is one of the most foolish things that he did in his
Understanding Buddhism for Children doing their homework. ... Why did
Siddhartha Gautama stop being a prince and become a Holy Man? Siddharta
had also ...
May 1, 2014 ... In fact, I own a book called If The Buddha Had Kids. ... “The Buddha would have
felt a lot differently about this whole living in the moment crap .... Or maybe I did
know, and I forgot – like the process of a tree releasing oxygen…