Report on the Religious Life of Planet Earth
Religion is relative to what a person regards to as holy, sacred, absolute, spiritual, divine, or worthy of worship; it consists of the way people deal with their ultimate concerns about their lives and their fate after death. On Earth there are seven distinguished dimensions of religion, which include ritual, narrative and mythic, experimental and emotional, social and institutional, ethical and legal, doctrinal and philosophical, and material
Religion seems to be the basic foundation of life for most human beings; it exists in all aspects of their lives. I have not found a clearly definitive meaning for religion as it means something different for each person. Each person has their own way of worshipping and they even have more than one God or entity to worship. As there are many cultures, there to are many religions.
Religion is a fundamental reality that is not apparent, you cannot touch it, you cannot see it, and you cannot feel it physically. A person’s religion is based on faith. Faith is a whole-hearted belief in something for which there is no proof or scientific explanation; it can be no virtue, because it is unreliable with the resolution to accept the fact as absolute (Merriam-Webster's, 2002). People on Earth use religion as a way to explain to themselves there is more to life after death and that there is a reason for everything and a reason for them. Having something to believe in may help people carry on with their lives through times when they do not understand or cannot understand. Examples of behaviors that represent the aspects of religion are prayer, religious teachings, and congregating in a church. Prayer addresses words or thought of religion in petition, confession, or praise. Prayer is shown to God or an entity of worship and prayer can be through a group or alone in silence. Prayer is present in a time of need, to give thanks for something, such as a meal, and in a time of happiness....
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