Religous belief systems
Look at some major beliefs in religions
- Truth is eternal. ...
- Brahman is Truth and Reality. ...
- The Vedas are the ultimate authority. ...
- Everyone should strive to achieve dharma. ...
- Individual souls are immortal. ...
- The goal of the individual soul is moksha. Some practices that hindus people do are... Hindu practices include rituals such as puja (worship) and recitations, meditation, family-oriented rites of passage, annual festivals, and occasional pilgrimages. Some Hindus leave their social world and material possessions, then engage in lifelong Sannyasa (ascetic practices) to achieve moksha. In Hinduism, the code of conduct is DHARMA and KARMA. The final resting place is Moksha.
The way that practicing Hinduism affects the daily lives of its followers, is that people need to work hard to get to moksha, their final resting place
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Confucianism was not a religion, as it was a belief system. It was originated by Confucius and spread across China. One of the main beliefs in Confucianism was the five relationships. The 5 relationships were created for social harmony. There is always a Superior over an Inferior. The five relationships were Father over son, Elder brother over younger brother, Husband over wife, Ruler over subject, and Elder friend over younger friend. This effected there lives because it taught you to respect others around you. Filial piety also taught how to respect one another. It taught you to respect your parents. It was based off of honesty, hard work, and concern for others around you. Confucius believed education was key and it was the road to advancement. This effected there everyday lives because it taught you how education will be a big part of your life, and it will lead you down the right path.
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Buddhism started 528 BCE and spread across India. It was made by the Upanishads. Buddhism is a belief system, they dindnt have a god. Siddhartha Gautama, or Budda founded this religion. Siddhartha wanted to find the way of enlightenment or wisdom. At around age 30 he decided to leave his family in order to lead a simple life. After a few years of leaving his family, he returned with many followers. The followers devoted their lives to the religion. It's a between a simple lifestyle. He decided to meditate under a tree, and after 49 days he had finally found the answer he was looking for. He was now called The Buddha or the enlightened one. Buddhism is very similar to Hinduism. They both believed in reincarnation, karma, and dharma. This effected their daily lives the same way as in Hinduism. Every decision you make. However unlike the Hindus, the Buddhists believe in the 4 noble truths. Suffering is universal, the cause of suffering is desire, if you accomplish your desires suffering will end, and follow the eightfold path. The 4 noble truths are all based off of suffering. What is the eightfold path? It is the idea of the right thing to do. If you follow the eightfold path, then suffering will end. The eightfold path is the right understanding, right thought, right speech, right action, right work, right effort, right mindfulness, and right concentration. It is the right mindset, and it's how you become enlightened. This effected there everyday life because you had to follow it to stop suffering. Following the eightfold path, and accomplishing your desires you will achieve Nirvana. Nirvana is the final resting place in Buddhism. It is the ultimate goal of releasing a person from suffering. This was how to stop suffering. It effected there everyday life because you wanted to achieve this. Nirvana was the ultimate goal in a Buddhists life. That's all about what the Buddhists believed.
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Judaism started 4,000 years ago. It spread across Israel, and they were known as Hebrews or Jews. Hebrews were a group of people living near the Fertile Crescent. The Hebrews recorded their events and laws in a book called the Torah. The Hebrews history tells of a great flood that devastated their land. In 1800 BC a famine (an extreme shortage of food) caused the Hebrews to move to Egypt, where they were enslaved. In 722 BC the Assyrian empire known for there violence defeated the Hebrews, and in 586 BC the Babylonians defeated the Hebrews as well. There were a diaspora (Jews living outside of isreal) scattering of Jews around the world, without a homeland. Jews were monotheistic as they believe in just one God. They believe in a covenant or an agreement with God. They also believed that the Old Testament. The Hebrew Bible firsts five books are the Torah. One of the major beliefs were the 10 commandments. The Ten Commandments are religious duties and a guide for moral conduct. The Ten Commandments will be show below this text. The Ten Commandments effected the Hebrews life because you needed to follow these to live the right way of life. The Hebrews celebrate 4 holidays throughout the year. They celebrate Passover, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Chanukah. Passover celebrates the exodus of the Jews from Egypt. Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish new year. Yom Kippur is the day of atonement, and Chanukah is an 8 day celebration. So that's how this is going to end. This is everything (well not actually everything but a lot) you need to about Hindusim, Buddhism, Confucianism, and Judaism.
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The way that Cristianity affects the daily lives of its followers, is that if you follow the golden rule and help others, you will be treated the same way. You need to pray everyday, you can't hurt others, and other easy things that you should do every day. Christianity has alot of followers that do this everyday.
How Islam effects the daily lives of its followers. There are many ways on how Islam effects the daily lives of its followers, for one, they can't eat pork. This limits the amount of food they can have. A man can't be left alone with another man's wife. They also need to pray 5 times a day. They need to follow the 5 pillars of Islam.