However there is possibility for religious knowledge to be shared knowledge but it’s not always true. Some indigenous group people believe that after we’re died we got to either hell or heaven but this belief is only limited for this group of people. Also there are people who believe that god exists and also atheist people, so there beliefs regarding or in perspectives of religion cannot be shared knowledge. For example, in Hinduism, we believe in destiny meaning god has planned good or bad things for everyone way ahead. Whereas in Muslim religion, they don’t believe in destiny.
We often base our assumptions off of hypothesizing how someone else might feel or react in a certain situation. Yet we do not have the same point of view, or the same feelings which makes assumptions a dangerous thing. The Golden Rule might work in a certain situation and that will give you respect and confidence towards that person. However, you cannot always know what that person feels or want. People constantly “help” others in the way that they themselves would want to be helped, but the other person does not feel helped at all, because it is not the way that they want to be
He has not observed every Spanglish-speaker in the world and as mentioned, he does not use statistics to convince the reader. So why do we even believe him? Firstly, the appeal form pathos allows us to sympathise with him. Secondly, we know that he teaches other people about the language, and we know that he has written a book about the subject. Therefore, he must have some form of authority.
Although existential therapy highlights the main concerns an individual would face in life, the therapy lacks in structure or directions. It does not indicate any specific steps a therapist should use during the intervention period. It relies solely on therapist and client relationships thus making it difficult for recovery process to take place if these connections cannot be achieved. The treatment also has little direction from the clinician as most responsibilities come from the client. People these days also seek for therapies that are direct and time –limited and existential therapy sessions can be a lengthy process as some clients are not well versed in verbal communications or are not as expressive as some people thus making very few people to opt existential therapy as their choice.
We often take our knowledge of famous people for granted. However, the process of reputation construction is far from being a plain and straightforward process. We often neglect consciously or unconsciously the basis of the reputation and do little to investigate the sources and accuracy of reputations. So, I’m going to discuss the reputation of the Dalai Lama through analysis him in Tibet, China and the West and look at some of the different roles that he plays. Now we discuss the reputation of the Dalai Lama in Tibet.
(Encyclopedia of World Biography); Through numerous moves, he grew up in an atmosphere of tolerance for other cultures and religions, but he does not consider himself as a religious person in the traditional sense. “I take it in a personal way very much,” said Clint. “I 'm just
2. Democratic qualities: Dalai Lama, because of his this personality trait, didn’t make decisions all alone. In fact he tried and included all his followers to participate in decision making to decide what to do and how to do it. 3. Unselfishness Dalai Lama, from the start of his hardships, compromised on himself and his wishes too.
The Buddha’s life stories and jataka narratives contrast the values shown in Hindu mythology. Buddhism was born from a world of people searching for answers that Hinduism couldn’t give them on things like the caste system, suffering, and other universal truths. Hinduism is the oldest religion with a very broad range of followers and their interpretation of Hindu values and beliefs. The two religions themselves are very similar but do have strikingly inherent differences. The Buddhist religion values extreme selflessness While the Hindu belief focuses on dharma and the balance of the cosmic universe.
Secularism: Conflicts and Opportunities Manifested What is the first thinking you have when you heard the word secularism? What is the first impression you get? As many people stand unable to answer, many others directly think about atheism. This is because they know little fact about secularism, which is that it has something to do “against” religions, so they tend not to distinguish it from the known concept that faces religions in their mind, atheism. This popular kind of thinking cannot be more wrong.
Nehru believed in having what most would refer to as a religious connection to the rivers at Allahabad. He did not believe this to be a religious belief or connection. His belief of religion also impacted Indian society. “Nehru’s view became vital in judging his government’s policies” (Spear). “No Brahmin can receive election today without low caste votes.