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Of all the people who have ever lived on our planet, one could argue that no one has been more influential than the person known to us as the Buddha. He was a remarkable individual who discovered valuable truths and spent a long life sharing them systematically and publicly. The trail of dominoes he set in motion has wound its way through large, heavily populated areas of the world for a very long time.

The man himself is buried under so many layers of myth that there is not much we can rely on to gain access to what kind of a person he may really have been. Yet there is one character trait that stands out as true because it is common to three episodes found in all renditions of his life story. This is the fact that the Buddha had an unusual ability not only

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