Buddhism is probably the most tolerant religion of the world, as the teaching can .
co-exist with any other religion. Other religions however, aim to be restricted and cannot .
accommodate Buddhism at the same time. The Buddhist teaching on God - in the sense of an .
ultimate Reality - is neither skeptic (as is sometimes claimed), nor vague, but clear and logical. .
that we can neither define, describe, nor usefully discuss the nature of that which is beyond the .
perception of our infinite consciousness. It may be indicated by negatives and described .
indirectly by analogy and symbols, but otherwise it must ever remain in its truest sense unknown .
and unexpressed, as being to us in our present state unknowable. In the same way, Buddhism .
denies the existence in man of an immortal soul. The Enlightenment which dwells in life does .
not belong to one form of life. All that is man's changing and mortal; the Immortal is not any .
man's. The Buddha pointed out how no thing is the same at this moment as it was a moment ago. .
Even the everlasting hills are slowly being worn away, and every particle of the human body, .
even the hardest, is replaced every seven years. There is no finality or rest within this universe, .
only a ceaseless becoming and a never-ending change. Buddhism is a natural religion; it does not .
violate either mind or body. Its ethics closely approximate the Natural Law. The Buddha became .
aware of how men are born and die according to their good and evil actions, according to their .
self-created Karma (or the consequence of worthy and deserving deeds).Buddhism is a teaching .
of the Buddha who was born a prince of Kapilavathu, at the part of the Himalaya mountains near .
the border of Nepal in 623 B.C. He married and had a son. Although, he was surrounded by all .
the Court's glamour and luxuries, the sights of a decrepit old man, sick man, dead man and .
beggar monk, these four signs left such a deep impression upon his mind.