Elements of Religious Traditions Paper
Elements of Religious Traditions
Living on the age of knowledge we have uncover a vast of information throughout the ages. We have now the advantage of choosing our own believes, let that be a believer to a god, a believer to two or more gods, a none believer, or simply acknowledge that there is a higher power. Although we have the power to chose what we believe on, sometimes this believes are planted into us since childhood, not by choice but by enforcing it to us by our parents or other early informants.
They are many religions around the world, within them they believe in a particular subject, although some may not believe in a divine power. Buddhism for example have a particular way of dealing with their believes, since a divine is also know as a god, Buddhism exempts themselves from this since they chose to fallow a mortal man that achieved an awakening, or also know as Nirvana. As other religions pray to their individual god or gods, Buddhist don't pray but instead they meditate as a form of discipline in order to achieve Nirvana.
On the other hand, many other religions do fallow a divine being or power, some called them god, Allah, the holy spirit, Jesus, and many other names. Perhaps it is not the name that they give to this divine power, but instead it is the power of believe behind it that makes them feel elevated and closer to the divine. Since many religions have arise over time, and they all seem to be the right one according to them individually, the main focus still remains, the divinity of an entity still belongs in their teachings and they believe of reaching that divine power by fallowing a set path.
Since the beginning of human existence the spiritual relationship with the divine has been prevalent. Many cultures are around the world have kept a sacred relationship with the divine, within them a different name has been given to them as part...
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