Pretty easy, overall.
I would recommend this class even if someone does not consider themselves religious or that they already have their own because this class helps people be more open-minded. I think this class does not try to influence a person to be in a religion but instead it informs the student and educates them about different religions and what their culture is. It teaches us the cultures of each religions and what myths and rituals they practice and why and also the struggles that some of them went through.
The highlight of this course was learning about new practices and cultures of religions. One topic that really caught my attention was transcendental meditation because this is the meditation The Beatles practiced and I really like The Beatles, so learning about this topic really got me motivated in the class because I feel like this topic could connect with people that many of us know.
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The advice I would give, is to attend class and print out the power point in advance so then you can take notes on the side of the copy. This really helped me because if I saw the power point from my laptop it was not much help I felt like I was not paying to much attention. if I wrote the whole power point by hand during class and while the professor was explaining it, I felt like it took too much time. However, if I had the copy, I was able to see the power point and while the professor was explaining the slide I would take notes on the side of the paper and this made me feel like I was more attentive and it felt more interactive and interesting.