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5 pages in length. The writer provides a brief overview of Sikhism, Jainism, Taoism, Confucianism and Shintoism, and then compares them with one another as well as other religions. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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any kind where humanity is concerned, inasmuch as it is equally availed to any and all race, creed or gender. Founded by Sri Guru Nanak Sahib, this religion embraces
an holistically cosmic undercurrent that eschews fabricated cultural or religious barriers (Guru Nanak Data Baksh Lai Mission, no date). JAINISM * Jainism reflects the epitome of appreciation and respect
for every component of life. When considering which living entities are to be considered worthy of respect and appreciation, it is important to look to the Jains of India;
by virtue of their mere existence, members of this religion believe each entity that inhabits the earth is innately incorporated into the personhood concept. Right to life is not
reserved to self-centered humanity; rather, the Jains respect goes as far as to incorporate insects and invisible microorganisms, because what cannot be seen does not necessarily determine it a nonperson.
TAOISM * Tao roughly translated means Opath or Oway, the regulator of the universe that embodies balance; accordingly, there can be no good without evil, male without female and
so on. Tao is the primary cause of the universe and all that is contained within it, as well as being the force that flows through all life.
Each individuals goal is to become one with the Tao which, by the very nature of existence, one already is. This is an interesting idea, inasmuch as time remains
outside of the cycle as an element of our senses; as such, the suppositions of non-duality with regard to nature, creation of life and the event of death occurring simultaneously
may be seen as subjective and reflected through art. Taoisms primary focus rests upon mans spiritual existence, in which humanity is likened to that of a bamboo: erect, uncomplicated,