Hey my fellow keepers, sorry it’s been a while; I know it is the weekend, but this college grind does not let you do what you love, which is ‘just chilling!’ somehow books get in the way and own every possible weekend! ABSURD!!! I know.
I guess my title gave it all away. Sure I come from a Buddhist family; and some of the Buddhist concepts that has been introduced to me make a lot of sense, for instance; the 4 noble truths;
With this distinctive view of cause and effect,
Buddhism accepts the pan-Indian presupposition of samsara, in which living beings are trapped in a continual cycle of birth-and-death, with the momentum to rebirth provided by one’s previous physical and mental actions (see karma). The release from this cycle of rebirth and suffering is the total transcendence called nirvana.”
According to Buddhism living beings are trapped in a continuous cycle of life and death, but based on the wrongs and rights you manage to commit, which is karma.
‘what goes around comes around’
As far as my understanding goes, this is just great! I love it! Buddhism is generally freedom. The consequences are based on your actions, however you want to deal with it, it is totally up to you. However, you have to face it at the end of the day. That is my concept!
Agree or no?
The basic answer is that Buddhism is excessively boundless and excessively significant, making it impossible, making it impossible to be conveniently put in any single classification. Obviously, Buddhism incorporates rationality and religion and a lifestyle. Be that as it may, Buddhism goes past these classes.
What teaches the nature of real reality? How great would it feel to be known to something/someone who sees past all you and your negativity and sometimes confusion?
I STRONGLY BELIEVE IN “The way to be right with God in every religion is by earning your way”.
It depends on works, not grace. Christianity is unique in relation to each religion in this angle: every single other religion express that you should acquire the privilege to be accommodated with God. It is by what you do in this life that decides your endless predetermination.
“The difference between Christianity and every other faith in the world is that all other religions are about man trying to reach up to God. Christianity is about God reaching down to man.”