a person's essential self
to acheive union with brahman
the soul in another bodily form
actions that affect a persons fate in the nest life.
a persons religous and moral duties
belief in nonviolence, and reverence for all life
an unchangeable social group into which a person is born into.
he was a spiritual teacher, whose teachings Buddhism was founded. *he became buddah
Four noble truth
the four 4 basic beliefs tht form the foundation of buddhism.
1st noble truth
life is full of suffering
2nd nuble truth
know tht there is suffering
3rd noble truth
we suffer because of attachment
4th noble truth
the truth of the path sets us free
the path one must follow to reach nirvana
union with the universe and release from the cycle of rebirth
a subgroup of a major religoug group.
what is a difference between the two?
buhddist believe to seek enlightenment thru medatation. buhddist rejected the caste system, offering the hope of nirvana to all regaurdless of birth.