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An analysis of Buddhism on the Hermann Hesse’s Siddhārtha

Siddhartha is a novel written by Herman Hesse. It is about a young man named Siddhartha who is the son of Brahmin. Everyone thinks that Siddhartha should follow in his father's footsteps, but Siddhartha thinks otherwise. Siddhartha practices all of…

Buddhism – The Four Noble Truths

"Pain is inevitable, suffering is optional" –Buddha. Suffering is something that all human beings in society must endure over the course of their lifetime. It is perceived to be a negative part of life and something that cannot be avoided.…

“4 C’s” in Buddhism

Every religion is different. They all do the things they do for different reasons. Buddhism is no exception to this. Catherine Albanese's definition of religion is "A system of symbols (creed, code, cults) and by means of which people (community)…

Buddhism and Christianity

Planet Earth is home to 7.5 billion human beings, give or take a million or two, and 84% identify as religious. 84% of the world has chosen to put their faith into a supernatural deity, that all look, sound, and…