The Worldview Of Buddhism

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1. Origin: Buddhism, founded in the late 6th century B.C.E. by Siddhartha Gautama (the "Buddha"), is a significant religion in most of the nations of Asia. The Buddha was born (CA. 563 B.C.E.) in a place called Lumina close by the Himalayan foothills, and Gautama began teaching around Benares. He was a prince. Because his father Sheltered him, he became disillusioned and concerned about issues of suffering. Buddhist worldview, understanding is that life and the world do not have a beginning and an end. Buddhist does not believe that God Almighty which is higher power created the world. They believe per Webster dictionary .com Pantheon is the belief that the universe our nature is the entity of everything it is identical with divinity everything …show more content…
Identity: The Buddhist feels that a human being is his expert and there is no one else that can sit in judgment of him. Buddhists do not believe in a single god. The Chinese interpretation of the human position in the universe seems more reasonable than that of Christianity. The Chinese claim that heaven and earth give birth to the human. They think there is no evidence to back up a single being ruling over the massive world. They believe that in a collective humanity in which every individual possesses the power to become a Buddha, standing for a mature human being. Buddhist philosophy instructs that people are merely one small ephemeral part of an interconnected and interdependent world. The heart of Buddhist spiritual practice loves kindness and pity. In the Buddhist teachings, animals are not lesser or “other.” This ethic is consistent with Buddhist philosophical systems of karma and oneness. A Buddhist practitioner, the maltreatment that you reflect on others is maltreatment you reflect on oneself. While speaking with a Buddhist, I was told that "We are all one, and we are bound by karma." Christians are taught, that God created all things. The Bible tells us, in (Genesis 1:1) “In the beginning, God created the heaven and the

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