In Health Care, it 's very important to know the different types of religious diversity such as Baptist (Christian), Buddhism, Hinduism. These religions have many differences and similarities to other cultures. The history of the origin of the religion, traditions, beliefs and, health care beliefs are used every day. As Health Care professions you will need to know the certain religions and their practices. Baptism is a Christian religion that worships a God that is commonly followed by worshiping in a church. The general belief of a Baptist is an individual believes Jesus Christ is the Lord and he will send you to heaven. Jesus, voluntarily, decided that he will sacrifice himself for the world of the people. So, when people sin or get …show more content…
It means the most importance of life is to end suffering in the afterlife. They do not believe that the world is ruled by God(s). Buddha Shakyamuni, a royal prince in B.C., is the creator of Buddhist. Buddha was very intelligent and taught his people to live by the four Noble Truths. The main importance of buddhist life is to look for guidance, to end suffering. They think that happiness leads to the suffering, which is considered to be Karma. For example, if you die with good karma, you will be born into another body. If you die with bad karma, you will be reincarnated into an animal. Buddhist also celebrate the first full moon in the month of May. By bringing food to the monks is considered honoring Buddha. 40 % of the U.S. is Buddhist. India culture is similar to the beliefs of Buddhism. Some other countries like South Korea, Japan, and China share similar beliefs too. Hawaii has the largest percentage with 8% of Buddhist in one area of the U.S., most of them are African …show more content…
15% of the U.S are Muslims, and a member of Islamic religion. Everyday Islams are called to a prayer. They pray around five times a day. When an Islam reaches adulthood, they are expected to visit the City Mecca at least once in a lifetime. Mecca is a sacred city people are able to pray at. When an Islam infant is born, they will not perform any rituals. When the Islam individual reaches 7 days old, they will be circumcised. Eventually when one dies the family must be present. The dying person must confess of their sins and ask for forgiveness. They don’t allow anyone to be cremated. After death, only the family is allowed to touch or wash the body. Then the body will be sent to Mecca. In Health Care, you are expected to be aware of the different culture religions. Each religion has different beliefs and customs and if you 're not self-aware it could determine if you have a job next day.Unlike the citizens of the U.S, the Islamic belief that when a muslim is dead no one but the family is able to touch the body. If an employee touches the body after be pronounced dead they will think it 's disrespectful. This paper talks about Baptist, Buddhism, Islam religions that are both similar and different. They show many beliefs, traditions, and the
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Buddhism is a religion born in India 563 B.C. with Siddhartha as there founder. the basic beliefs are the 4 noble truths (Dukkha, Samudaya, Nirodha, and Marga). Like document 6 says noble truth one (Dukkha) "birth is suffering, aging is suffering, illness is suffering etc." In noble truth four (Marga) says "right intention, right action, right effort ect." Which means if you are suffering in some type of way you stop it by doing something right.
Cultural competence is essential in providing proficient patient care. The Jewish population has endured anti-Semitic attitudes for decades, yet continues to pass on the traditions and values that encompass the people. The Jewish Museum of Florida provides a wonderful glimpse into Jewish culture. In attending one of the museum’s events, a better understanding of the culture was gained. This paper will discuss the event, including a reflection upon the experience, the values and beliefs identified within the culture, and finally, the implications of these lessons in advanced nursing practice.
In health care the Baptist, Mormon, Judaism faith have different beliefs and traditions on how to treat a patient. These religions are very diverse and have many different beliefs on the way of life. The origins, general beliefs, and traditions, will be only a few thing compared in this paper. Be prepared for facts about how each religion has had an impact on the healthcare world. Enjoy this paper on Religious Diversity.
Buddhist believe in the teachings of Buddha, who was originally Hindu until enlightenment. Buddhist highly believe in the 4 Noble Truths and the 8 Fold Path. There are many religious things that fall off of Buddhism like Confucius and Taoism. In Document 5 it says that’s Buddhist should be respected because they are encouraging and are at different levels of
I have come to the United States to study their culture related to the end of life and how the American people celebrate or deal with death. The first thing that I observed was what happens when a person dies. In this case when a person dies is classified when the heart and other major organs have stopped. When a person dies the person does not have any senses, emotions, the body itself have clinically stop working. My observation shown that when a person dies, the family is in great suffering for the loss of their significant other.
Religion plays an integral role in the healthcare setting. As such, healthcare givers are required to respect patients’ faith diversity while giving treatment and care. This paper thus seeks to discuss the differences between the Christian and Muslim religions as well as healthcare practices that are fundamental to both belief systems. The paper will also address the worldview questions outlined in Called to Care and thus provide a spiritual perspective on healing. Healthcare practitioners are supposed to provide care which meets the spiritual, emotional, and physical needs of each patient.
Buddhism has a lot more followers they have over 300 million and Judaism has like 15 million. Buddhism was found in 500 b.c. and Judaism was found in 1300 b.c. So now that you have read your essay I hope you have learned more from the religions Buddhism and Judaism. These are two very different religions and they are very old.
The role of Buddhism is non-existent. Or so it may seem at first glance on the surface layer. Through a deeper search and study Buddhism is very impactful in American lifestyle. But what is the true impact of Buddhism in a large religiously diverse country such as America; the number of Buddhists in the U.S. range from 2.5 million to 3-4 million, with such small figures it might seem that Buddhism is not an important part of American culture. However, while it is true that Buddhism does not have the large number of followers as other major religions, such as Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, it still has the same level of impact as those mentioned major religions.
Islam is the second biggest religion and fastest growing in the world today. Islam is a religion that Muslims follow and is a monotheistic faith regarded as revealed through Muhammad as the prophet of Allah. For Muslims, Muhammad is the last prophet and Abraham is the patriarch of the Qur’an, Bible and Torah. Islam is followed by over a billion people and Muslims make up approximately one quarter of the world’s population. Islam spread quickly during the 600’s trade, choice, and conquest.
Rather than karma being portrayed as one’s predetermined fate, the Buddhists view of karma is how one lives their life – how one lives by good actions or bad actions. The way a Buddhist lives their life is pivotal when it comes to reincarnation. A Buddhist may be reborn into fortunate realms or unfortunate realms, with the highest realm of rebirth being the realm of man which provides additional opportunity for a Buddhist to achieve a state of Nirvana or enlightenment.
It talks of ideas related to good governance, harmony in social order and emphasis on relationships. In the beginning, Buddhism were only for men. Also, in Buddhism, one follows a disciplined life to move through and understand that nothing in ourselves is of one being. The Buddhist teaching regarding suffering is based on the Four Noble truths: 1.
Islam is a religion of ease and not hardship. It is the religion which propels people to do good things to others and themselves. It elucidated every single issue in human beings life with wisdom. In this paragraph Islam’s view about organ donation will be clarified. Islam has propelled all human beings to take care of their bodies, use them in a right way, & not impose harm upon it.
Cultural Immersion: Muslim Americans Part 2 Many Muslim families are labelled, judged, and in some cases feared by the American people. Many major cities have mosques, and it is important to acknowledge the presence and value this individuals have in our society. In effort to achieve a better understanding of the faith itself and the lifestyle of those that follow the faith, I visited a worship service and a community event held at one of the mosques in Iowa. In some ways this experience felt very foreign, yet in many ways it felt very comfortable.
This is because Buddhism is not exclusively theistic and many of its believers do not believe in a god at all. The beliefs of Buddhism include the 4 Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path. The 4 Noble Truths are that there is suffering, suffering has an origin, there is an end to suffering, and that there is a path out of suffering, known as the Eightfold Path. The Eightfold Path says that people should practice right understanding, right aspiration, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, and right concentration in order to escape suffering. To practice Buddhism, one ust follow this Eightfold Path.