Buddhism considers the soul to be an illusion while, Christianity says it is eternal and real. Also, Buddhism believes in a cycle of reincarnations, that is, one can return to earth several times as an animal or human. Whereas, Christianity says that we live only once on earth and after death are sent to either hell or
It is about the interactions between two different parts of a person 's microsystem. The mesosystem is where a person 's or individual microsystems does not function independently, but are interconnected and assert influence upon one another. One aspect of child 's mesosystem would be the relationship between child or person’s parents and teachers. Parents usually take an important role when it comes to a child’s school, such as being available when they are called up for parent/teacher consultations and they can also volunteer in helping a teacher in a classroom activities. This will encourage a child to build up a positive impact on his/her development because the different elements of his/her microsystem are working together to make a child understand.
With practice they believe we can find peace with ourselves and create positive experiences. In Buddhism the interpretate meditation “effortlessly remaining in what is”. They find this state by holding and calming the mind, by realising wisdom and compassion. Or by working with the body’s subtle energy system and focusing on Buddha forms of energy and light to ensure you
Religion allows an escape that takes away our evil around us that solves the greatest mystery feeling such as fear. Since we don't have answers to these theological questions,our worships and rituals help create civilization in a part of our life. Since Rushdie states that religion doesn’t allow us to reach our full potential because of birth control, sexuality and STD’s. Religion is that exact reason to believe, simply because faith is the ultimate way to keep going throughout your day to day life. Rushdie states “ as a result of this faith, by the way, it has proven impossible, in many parts of the world, to prevent the human race number from swelling alarmingly”.
An environment is a community of entities, biotic and abiotic, with networks of relationships, associations and affinity between them. The kinship between the living organisms and their surroundings is so complex and dynamic that in order to better understand the correlations between them, the environmental scientists use the system analysis approach. A system is a set of interconnected parts which function together as a complex whole’ [Smithson, The Physical Environment, pg 9]. It is a holistic phenomenon which believes that all the processes involved among the elements are interlinked and that one would rarely function without the existence of the other. The system further contains subsystems or components and within them are stores.
In Buddhism, the Buddha does not have the ability to save people, but he can tell us how to achieve nirvana by practicing his teachings such as the Five Precept, the Noble Eightfold Path together with the Four Noble Truths. These sutra requires people to monitor themselves in a self-disciplined way, get away from Karma and practice to achieve the “awakened” stage. As to the god’s role in salvation, Christianity is taking different responsibility as Jesus is here to save human being for the evil deed they have done. Mankind do not the capability to save themselves, so Jesus, who likens followers to a family in which all are brothers and sisters of one another and children of one Father, in accordance with the idea “love without limits”, comes and save
They give themselves up to the community and teachings inspired by the Buddha Four Noble Truths 1. Life often—in fact almost always—involves suffering. This may sound obvious, but it is said so as to emphasize that this is the key thing Buddhism is interested in. 2. The reason for this suffering is that we want things we cannot or do not have.
These are interfaces, usually kept in a tabular structure, that access some subsystem within the kernel such as disk operations. Essentially calls are made within programs and a checked copy of the request is passed through the system call. Hence, not far to travel at all. The disadvantages of the monolithic kernel are converse with the advantages. Modifying and testing monolithic systems takes longer than their microkernel counterparts.
This example and analysis gives merit to the idea in the theory which states that we are not mere recipients of the experiences we have when socializing with people in our micro system environment, but we are contributing to the construction of said environment. The second system in the ecological systems theory is The Mesosystem: This is defined as the system comprising of the links between two or more microsystems in a child’s life for example the classic relationship between the home microsystem and school’s microsystem Bronfenbrenner strongly believed that a child’s development is likely to be successfully progressed by strong and supportive links been microsystems. For example it was deduced that a child’s ability to learn at school depends on the quality of teaching that is provided by their and also on the amount of value to which parents allot to scholastic activities and consult or interact with their child’s teachers (Gottfried,Fleming, & Gottfried, 1998; Luster & McAdoo, 1996; Schulting, Malone, & Dodge,