The Buddhists Moral Teachings
Having crossed may I lead others across; set free, may I free others; comforted,
may I comfort others (pg. 23)
Once again it says freed myself, I must set others free (pg. 54)
First Precept: Taking life means to murder anythi
Part 1 of 1 - Chapter 36 Quiz
Question 1 of 20
Mead, Nero, and Olen do business as Pipe & Plumbing Services. After Mead's relationship to
the firm ends, Nero and Olen agree to discontinue the business. This is
A. gross negligence.
What tells the reader that there are connections between Islam and Judaism? One thing to look for:
what stories familiar to you from the Old Testament do you find? What Old Testament prophets appear?
The story of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden (pg. 7)
What does the Qur'an teach about war?
Do not shed each others blood and do not chase each other from your homelands
Fight in Gods cause but do not step over the limit (pg. 21)
Kill them wherever you encounter them, and drive them out from where they drove
Look for the "five pillars" of Islam: 1) the insistence that there is only one God, and the
requirements for 2) daily prayer; 3) charity/alms for the poor; 4) fasting during the holy
month of Ramadan; and 5) pilgrimage to Mecca, and.
Speak good words to e
What are the Qur'an's teachings about women? What is their status relative to men? What
property and marital rights do they have?
Do not marry idolatresses until they believe (pg. 25)
Menstruation is a painful condition, so keep away from women during it
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This paper examines the Buddhist Scripture, a collection of Buddhist beliefs. This paper will
summarize some of these beliefs.
A prime belief of Buddhism is that the physical world, c
The Buddhist Scriptures is a description of the many lives of a Buddha and the spiritual
paths to Nirvana. The main themes in the scriptures are samsara, meditation, reincarnation/
karma, moral teachings, and the 4 noble truths.
The most prevalent theme i
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This paper examines the Buddhist scriptures; it is a description of the lives of the Buddha
and the spiritual paths to Nirvana. In this paper, Samsara, Meditation, Karma/Reincarnation,
Buddhist belief that the physical world is an illusion.
The brother Mahasattva sacrifices his body to the tigress for he wished to cross into the Beyond.
He felt no pain only enlightenment. The body is a burden, futile (pg. 25)
Life in the home is full of
Evidence that the Buddhists believe in reincarnation, and in Karma
Brahmin girl- Wherever you may be reborn, there I shall be your wife I also
will be a Buddha in the world (pg. 22)
In a future period This references reincarnation and that they will have