Depends mainly on where you are a Buddhist. Most older traditional Asian Buddhists that I know do believe in some sort of gods/deities (usually not a creator god though, that’s a bit incompatible with Buddhist teachings), these will change from group to group though. For example, many Buddhists in Thailand revere the Hindu deity Ganesha. I commented on a similar post with the analogy, asking whether Buddhists believe in a god/gods is sort of like asking whether Democrats believe in God. Most probably do, and that belief does intersect with and affect their practice of Buddhism/being a Democrat, but it’s not a prerequisite of membership or anything like that.
This brings a whole new meaning to the phrase “food poisoning.” Original list…
by Ashley Perez
As if you needed any.
by Erin La Rosa
Too hooked to your Netflix account to go outside? No one has to know…