By Carissa Stone
- The First Precept: I vow to support all living creatures, and refrain from killing.
- The Second Precept: I vow to respect the property of others, and refrain from stealing.
- The Third Precept: I vow to regard all beings with respect and dignity, and refrain from objectifying others.
- The Fourth Precept: I vow to be truthful, and refrain from lying.
- The Fifth Precept: I vow to maintain a clear mind and refrain from harming myself or others with intoxication.
The final resting place for Buddishts is known as Nirvana (also the name of a very good rock band), they say it's the perfect place for peace and happiness. In Buddihsm Nirvana is the highest state someone can attain. Buddihsm affects the daily lives of its followers by showing them a different way of living life, and teaching them valuable lesson, making everything safe and peaceful for them. Buddishm is a training of art everyday, giving people a simple life to live making it easy for them.
* father to son
* husband to wife
* ruler to subject
*. Older brother two younger brother
* Friends of run
* elder too young
Second is the Yin and Yang theory. Yin and Yang represent symbols of light and dark in that light cannot go on without the balance of good and bad. And then there's Taoism which is a Chinese philosophy based on the writing of Lao-Tzu advocating humility and religious piety. The code of conduct a in Confucianism is filial piety. Filial piety is were in a family that her parents rule. They set examples for their children follow. Also children are taught to be respectful to their elderly. What they are taught at home is applied to interactions with others in the society. The mandate of heaven is an ancient Chinese believe and granted emperors the right to rule, and is the final resting place. Confucianism affects its followers by putting a great emphasis on family. Comparing family unit to a government. Also to discuss the five relationships. Confucianism also believe that of society could follow the five relationships there would be peace and stability.
How did it affect its followers?
The founder of Islam was the prophet Muhammad who was born in A.D. 570 at Mecca, in Saudi Arabia. The holy book of Islam is known as the Qur'an, over 23 years is revealed the stages to the prophet Muhammad. Islam originated in Mecca and Medina at the start of the 7th centutry. Islam spread from Mecca to Medina and then through Central Asia, North Africa, Spain, and parts of the old Byzantine and Persian Empires. Beliefs are very important in Islam. Beliefs about God, the universe, and humanity. Like Judasim and Christianity Islam teaches that there is only one God (monotheistic) and that God goes by the name Allah. Islam has beliefs on human nature, life and salvation, and things about the afterlife. Some Islamic practices are the five pillars, which are the five religious duties expected of every Muslim. One of the five is confession of faith, then ritual prayer where you must pray (facing southeast) and is preformed five times a day. There's Ramadan where you fast during one month every year. Also there's Alms tax which is a central activity in Islam. And last there's pilgrimage to Mecca. The code of conduct in Islam is forgiving spirit, respect for family, and responsibility.