Cosmic Plan Essay

We are all different shapes, sizes, heights, color, ethnicity and race. And with all our differences, come similarities. And one of the similarities are a belief in something or someone.
That belief I am talking about is religion. Religion is the belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, especially a personal God or gods. And the latin meaning is the joining of our natural, human world to the sacred world. Also human purpose, in some religions, human beings are part of a great divine plan, and although each person is unique, individual meaning comes from the cosmic plan. The cosmic plan is the forces between the good and evil of people within them. In the world today there are a lot of different religions and I think it is
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It brings out ignorance, untruthful biases, hatred, wars, suicides, and death of innocent people. The most common ones are in stereotypes that we are placed in everyday for how we look, dress and act. For example, a man or a woman wearing a hijab is looked at to be a muslim and a terrorist. This so called social standard comes from the act of terrorism that have been done by many different races but mostly have been caused by “muslim people” their portrayed as people who hate americans and will kill us. They may have been taught that everybody that wears a hijab is muslim and that all muslims are terrorist and that they all hate us and want us dead.
That is the misinformation that people digest into the their state of minds and live off of. It is what causes danger for us in this world. The pitfalls are what causes us not to be able to come together, increasing deaths and inequality. Moreover the lack of knowledge can destroy man. I believe some potential strategies of studying religion in a way that does not limit the “freedom of religion” of students are teaching all religions in a non bias way. As in giving the information, the history and characteristics about the religion with no influence of your own and asking the students of their thoughts and opinions from what they have learned. “Actions are not guided by an internalized moral system but by society, tradition, and a sense of mutual obligation.” (W.R.

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