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Running head: CASE STUDY ON DYING AND DEATH1Case Study on Dying and DeathNameInstitution
CASE STUDY ON DYING AND DEATH2In today’s world, individuals understanding of world views on spirituality tend to differ inmany ways depending on wide range of difference in beliefs, cultures, and eve religion. Thehealth care professionals frequently encounter challenges while dealing with patients care(Shelly& Miller, 2006). Moreover, spirituality decreases mortality and increases persons copingskills as well as recovery period.This paper will explore the comparison of two fold unlikereligions on worldwide views of each one of the religion with ethical analysis of each religionperspective. The two religions are Christianity and Buddhism.The paper will also analyzeGeorge’s situation based on the four principles of principlism while providing the ethical analysisbuilt from diverse philosophies systems. Also, the paper will discuss each religions interpretationon the nature of George’s suffering and the malady, their values of consideration on euthanasiaand the moral justification of each one of the religion concerning euthanasia.Worldview principles comparisonsChristian’s prime reality is God, the Creator who exists and self-sufficient, and there isgood and evil in world. During the difficult times or situations one will pray for strength,guidance and entrusts their loved ones on God’s hands. God is omnipresent and He is alone sinceHis presence surrounds each individual in the world (Shelly& Miller, 2006). God is eternal beingwho has ability to restore and preserve all things. God is our reason why we are alive and everyaccomplishment we execute is meant to exalt Him. Buddhism religion believes that there isnothing like eternal god, they do not believe in external god. The reality is aggravated as aneutral being and be defined as a force, energy, consciousness, and presence.
CASE STUDY ON DYING AND DEATH3Christian’s views the world as the creation of God and even though there may beindividuals that may disagree, at the end it is what one belief and understanding (Shelly &Miller, 2006). God does not close the doors on those in need, but helps open them to those whoare willing to accept him into their lives. Buddhism believes that things grow from the ground, ifplanted and things happen when given a cause as well as a condition. In addition, for theBuddhist it is to reach a state of Nirvana as the essence of their goalChristians view the universe as God’s creation and belief that God created the entireworld universe in seven days only with a purpose. On the other hand, Buddhism believes that theuniverse creation come to existence from things which are grown or planted under someconditions and cause. Buddhism also believe that world is of no value and they believe inabsconding it for Nirvana is the principle of their purpose (Keown, 2016).

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