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During World War I, a Vietnamese named Ngo Van Chieu was an administrator for the French in Indo-China. After the war, he founded a philosophy in Tay Ninh province, in Vietnam. This philosophy is called Cao Daism – the belief in the principles of love and justice, the ongoing connection of each religion to its source, and the belief in one God. It is the assertion of Cao Daism that any believer who follows the esoteric practice of their religion will ultimately reach that same God.
Decades later, during the Vietnam war, a leading teacher of Buddhism, named Jack Kornfield, was focusing on bringing the great Eastern spiritual teachings to the West. In the introduction to a book, titled Jesus and Buddha: The Parallel Sayings, he…
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