Buddhists do not consider
Siddhartha Gautama to have been the only Buddha. In
Buddhism, the term buddha in a broader sense usually refers to one who
become enlightened (i.e., awakened to the truth, or Dharma). More
broadly, it is occasionally used to refer to all who attain nirvana.
Buddha's Path To
Buddha about Happiness
The Five Basic Elements are Fire, Earth, Water,
Metal, and Wood. According to the ancient Chinese belief, those are the
basic elements of the universe and everything in our world is a compound of
the five elements. These elements are understood as different types of
energy in a state of constant interaction and flux with one another. The Five Elements also mean Movement, Change, and Development.
They are changing, moving, waning, and expanding all the time.
India, the Five Basic Elements are partially different. They are:
Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Space.
Indiaco: 5 Basic Elements