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With a population of over 14 million, Kolkata (Calcutta) is the third largest city in India. Of that 15 million, over four hundred thousand people live on the streets. In the poorest neighborhood of Kolkata, a Catholic nun from Macedonia named Mother Teresa gave love and a helping hand to the people who lived there. This is the story of a remarkable woman who devoted her life to the poor in a land far from her birthplace and inspired the entire world: Mother Teresa, recipient of the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize.
What is happiness? What's the point of living the way I do, day in and day out? Twenty-five hundred years ago, in his youth, Buddha (Shakyamuni) had the same nagging questions that we do today. He never avoided them or gave up the search for answers, but devoted himself earnestly to discovering the meaning of life. That search is the starting point of Buddhism. Precisely because he agonized more than others, Buddha also attained a happiness greater than that of anyone else. In our desire to live with strength and good cheer, the life of Buddha is sure to provide invaluable insight.
The cheerful monk, Butsugaku, teaches the history of Buddhism and the precepts upon which the religion was founded. Learn about the life of the historical Buddha and the era in which he lived, his mission to help people understand the importance of walking the Middle Way in life to avoid the extremes that contribute to human misery, and his Noble Eightfold Path that leads to wisdom and enlightenment.