Hum 130: Hinduism Belief System

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Tasha Wright May 29, 2012 Hum/130 Hinduism Paper Hinduism lacks a uniting belief system, however it’s spiritual texts and different of practice it balances out. Hindu was made up on a belief of one God, by a lesser powerful duties that very important aspects of life and it was made up in living to see the liberation of Samsara. I would say those societal influences on Hinduism vital that made it a region and the location where it had originated. However there are some beliefs that Hindus share and they are “one, all=pervasive supreme begin who is both immanent and transcendent, both creator and unmanifest reality. They also believe in divinity of the four Vedas, and that the universe undergoes endless cycles of creation,…show more content…
I would say that the cultural and social influences Hinduism have made vital on the region is too originated just like any other religion that is a part of the world. It shows the people the purpose and the meaning of their tradition. It also show them how to be more aware of others needs and how to care and how to be considerate towards others. Working on their society for the need for charity and to just love. I think Hinduism is a very unique religion that is among the world. Hinduism is the oldest religion in the world and it is mankind’s spiritual declaration of faith on earth. I know to my knowledge that Hinduism was not founded in a historic event; however it has a recorded history. Hinduism have nick name and they are “mother of religions and spiritually”. The reason for those two names is because Hinduism has influenced virtually in religion and can absorb other religion so it can honor and embrace their saints. Hinduism is possible to do all that because all of the genuine effort of spiritual and unmistakably souls that are evolving throughout the union and to achieve liberation in the
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