The child is the Jesus Christ, who has both human and heavenly powers in one man. Also the Holy Spirit is the force of god that aides a... ... middle of paper ... ...and paradise or the karma and dharma and an official choice and after which they can either send to either heck or shelter. Jesus additionally went to India as stated by a few sources. He learnt numerous things from Indians or Hinduism. Comparative ideas are found in Christianity and Hinduism, for example, Mahabharata".
This is a comprehensive term which embraces all of humanity. Gandhi referred to "God" as "Truth," which has great significance. His mission was not only to humanize religion, but also to moralize it. Gandhi's interpretation of Hinduism, Islam, and Christianity made his religion a federation of different religious faiths. His views on proselytization are also included in the paper.
Also, there is two more God’s in this Yoga path that will be discussed. For instance, Shiva which is the destroyer of ego/judgment and Rama who is the sustainer of the universe. Shiva’s wife is named “Parvati” (Religionfacts.com). In Jnana Yoga, God is seen as the “infinite sea underlying the waves of our finite selves; God is impersonal, transpersonal, because personality seems to be finite” (Hinduism Study Guide). However, in Bhakti Yoga, “God is personal; there is a distinction between the self and God; thus, the goal in Bhakti is to adore God with every element of being” (Hinduism Study Guide).
Piscine was raised a Hindu by his family and surrounding culture as an Indian. Through travels and curiosity though, Pi came to accept his other views on faith. Considering that he began a Hindu, a religion with millions of gods and spirits, believing in two more would not be that difficult task. At the same time, the Christian and Muslim God are both solitary gods, and contradict the Hindu beliefs of there being millions. Despite the seemingly impossible existence of this faith, Pi practices all three as a true devote.
Maslow said that most people ar... ... middle of paper ... ...ing about themselves and life in general. To be an upstanding individual, one has to go through a process of self-discovery, but that can only happen if other needs are met. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs establishes what every human needs to survive, and one of those needs is self-actualization. Some say that this category of the hierarchy is not necessary for life, but it is crucial if one wants to live to their full potential. Becoming self-actualized is a journey that takes many people their entire lives, and some don’t even get there despite their efforts.
If a great scientist like Einstein discovered or realized laws of physics, Hinduism would call him a great Rishi (Maharshi or seer of truth.) Such seers of truth are not confined to any one age or country. Self realized persons like Jesus Christ would be called Rishis (seers) and their teachings would be readily acceptable to those who properly understand the principles of ‘Hinduism’. From the ancient times, many great Rishis achieved “self-realization” through such means as meditation and they realized knowledge concerning Eternal Principles. Their knowledge, taught to disciples, and eventually made available in written form, is known as the Vedas (Ved = knowledge), the scriptures upon which Sanatan Dharma (Hinduism) is based.
The afterlife has always intrigued and terrified human beings and as a result, has influenced even the earliest of texts. Life has always been an important theme of literature. As mortals, we are preoccupied with the short amount of time we have available to us. While there are many aspects of life that are important to all living beings, certain themes presented in the texts are the bonds between loved ones and the importance of agriculture. The Homeric Hymn to Demeter presents life as something to be enjoyed and cherished, as it may soon be taken away from us.
The teachings which he professed came from God and through Jesus did God share the scriptures of the Bible to his disciples. Unlike Christianity, the concept of God f... ... middle of paper ... ...om one another because of their fundamental beliefs of God or about the afterlife. While exploring both of these religions, we realize that although they have their differences they still have the same concept and ideas. Jesus was known as the anointed one, the messiah “christ’. The buddha similarly was known as the Awakened one “enlightened”.
In Beowulf and Gilgamesh, both heroes desire to gain everlasting life. At one point, Gilgamesh believes that he can actually gain eternal life and change his destiny. Beowulf, and eventually Gilgamesh, end up gaining everlasting life through their monuments and the good deeds that their people will remember them by. The ancient societies depicted in The Epic of Gilgamesh and Beowulf are no doubt representative of the actual societies that existed during those time periods. These ancient people were greatly concerned with issues such as death, fate, and destiny.
The Source, Nature, and Generation of the Graviton Field Summary The paper examines the possibility that atomic structures exists as complete self sustaining entities in identical form throughout the Universe, without any form of external input. The paper examines the energy budget of an atomic structure and concludes that gravitational attraction forms an inherent function of the structure in the form of low level quanta ejected from the structure as the final spent particle. It is postulated that all so far identified sub atomic particles are sourced from a single particle, in the central, heavy core, giving up energy in a Bohr/quanta manner as they perform particular functions within the structure. These various energy demands are consistent with the often quoted atomic half life of 1032 years. A mechanism by which a self sustaining structure generates an attraction field is described, together with the mechanism by which multiple structures interact.