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Joe (and Jane) Layman doesn't have enough spare time to spend hours sitting on his butt meditating. Neither are most people real interested in giving up married life. So why has Buddhism been so popular? The answer is simple: in Tibet and China it mixed with local shamanis41 Buddhism tic ideas and practices to become a “Big Vehicle” offering rituals and prayers to comfort the common people and offer them some hope of salvation in this lifetime. The Buddha himself was deified. Eventually there were a multitude of schools (sects) in East Asia each stressing some element of the Buddha's teachings or those of popular priests after him.

Chōgen Nengō: 1028--1036. 47 Chōhō Chōhō Nengō: 999--1003. Chōji Nengō: 1104--1105. Chōjō Nengō: 1132--1134. aka Chōshō. Chōkan Nengō: 1163--1164. Chōkei-tennō The 98th Emperor of Japan. Reigned 1368 to 1383. Chōkyō Nengō: 1487--1488. Chōkyū Nengo: 1040--1043. Chōreki Nengō: 1037--1039. aka Chōryaku. Chōroku Nengō: 1457--1459. Chōryaku Nengō: 1037--1039. aka Chōreki. Chōshō Nengō: 1132--1134. aka Chōjō. 48 Chōsokabe Family Chōsokabe Family Chōsokabe Kunichika Lived 1504 to 1560. Chōsokabe Morichika Lived 1575 to 1615.

Unfortunately for Nagamasa, he was there at the time. He committed suicide and in exchange, Oda spared Nagamasa's family (which of course included his---Nobunaga's---own sister). Three of Nagamasa's daughters are famous for marrying famous men. see also: Asai Hisamasa (pg. X), Rokkaku Yoshitaka (pg. X), Saitō Tatsuoki (pg. X), Oda Nobunaga (pg. X), Tokugawa Ieyasu (pg. X), Odani, Seige of (pg. X), Asakura Family (pg. X), Anegawa, Battle of (pg. X), Asai Sukemasa Lived 1495 to 1546. Father of Asai Hisamasa.

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