Buddhism, Wisdom, and Self-Greatness

Buddhism is an Indian religion that is attributed to the lessons of the Buddha, probably conceived as Siddhārtha Gautama, and also known as the Tathagata.

Intelligence, erudition, or cunning is the ability to think and act using information, experience, understanding, presence of mind, and knowledge. Intelligence is related to properties such as unbiased judgment, empathy, experiential self-information, quality and disconnection of personal wonder, and excellences such as morals and considerateness.

Self-greatness is a character trait that includes the development of individual boundaries, including possibly encountering otherworldly thoughts such as seeing oneself as a fundamental piece of the universe.

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