Religion Hindu Buddhism Jainism

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First Essay First Essay Exam: Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism The four religions of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism have their differences in their outlook of world point of view, but they do share some similarities in their humanity views. All four religions have the faith of inner peace which is called Samsara. Throughout the culture there faith is not to do harm to others and they believe in reincarnation (Karma) that is what they treasure and try to purify their bodies as to prepare their character for their next existence. The main goals in the religions is to spread their teachings throughout the globe in order to end violence and also reduce poverty so that the entire world has equal opportunity to eat healthy and live in peace and harmony. One of their main objectives is also to be authentic and be devoted to their belief as to follow the traditions to the book and do not do anything that was unlawful by their leader. The names of the goals that the religions are trying to reach are known as Dharma. The different names given to Dharma are: Hinduism-Moksha, Buddhism-teachings of the Buddha, Jainism-Dharma are natural, Sikhism-path of righteousness. The people understand the goals and examine them as an essential way of being. In order to achieve their religion goals, and try to do their greatest by following their teachings of the religion and practicing every day. But in some cases there are some exceptions. All four religions have a variety of forms of meditation practices to achieve their goals. Hinduism uses the meditation form of Yoga. There are different forms of Yoga: Jnana Yoga known as knowledge, Karma Yoga known as Action, Bhakti Yoga meaning Devotion, Raja Yoga which means Royal, Hatha Yoga meaning Force, and Kundalini Yoga. Buddhism-four noble truths and the eightfold path, Noble truth are as follow: First-To live is
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