Reflection Paper About Religion

1194 Words5 Pages
This class has completely changed my views and understandings of religion and the people who follow them. This class has taught me to bracket, keep an open mind, and that there is more than meets the eye. I never understood religions such as Buddhism, Hinduism, Daoism, even Catholicism until now. I have learned a great deal in this class and am looking forward to learning more throughout my life. I chose to write about the three religions that interested me the most and that I comprehended the best, these three religions were also the religions that I had views and judgments on before learning of them. I chose to write about Daoism, Hinduism, and Buddhism. Daoism, understanding Daoism with the help of wu- wei (actionless action) with the use of bracketing and eidetic vision. Daoism was one of my favorite religions to study during this course, especially when learning of yin and yang. Yin and yang was always something that interested me, I never fully understand what it meant and did not know the depth to the symbol. Yin and yang is one of the most popular symbols in the world, I see many tattoos of this symbol as…show more content…
They all mentioned karma, reincarnation, and not to mention that fact that Chinese temples combine Confucian, Buddhist, and Daoist elements, but the liturgies tend to be Daoist (Daoism Today, 203). The fact that they were able to combine elements from multiple religions makes me realize that the world is the way it is because people think their religion is the only way and that people who worship other Gods are evil. I wish every religion could combine elements from every religion to come together and live in a world of love and peace. This class has not only opened my eyes to other religions and a world outside of our own, but has also allowed me to see that I agree with some religions more than the one I was raised in, and that is

More about Reflection Paper About Religion

Open Document