Compare And Contrast Judaism And Buddhism

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Judaism and Buddhism

Judaism and Buddhism are two totally different religions. Judaism was started by Abraham in 1300 B.C. Buddhism was started by Siddhartha Gautama in 1500 B.C. Judaism and Buddhism are both similar and different in many ways, for instance Judaism is praying sometimes and maybe a little travel. Buddhism is very spiritual and connecting with yourself.

Judaism is a very popular religion, containing around 14.3 million followers. Those 14.3 million believe in heaven and hell. Heaven is wonderful place to be because everything is happy and there is no sadness, if you are a good person and pray and really believe then you will go to heaven. But if you don’t have that good life and you're not worthy of heaven then you will go to hell which is a place where all the bad people in life go when they pass because they haven't earned the right to be in heaven. As I said Abraham was the founder of Judaism, there were many people who had helped a little but he was the main one. He was one of the first persons to start monotheistic religions. When he found out about Judaism he wanted to spread it out and to learn more about it. …show more content…

Reincarnation is the rebirth of the soul into a new body, whether it be into an animal or whatever. The founder of Buddhism was Siddhartha Gautama, also known as the Buddha. Siddhartha Gautama was having struggles in life, he wanted a change so he started meditating. He meditated for 30 days straight until he found the path to enlightenment, he came from a troubled life and know he is the most peaceful man on

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