Assess and Compare Buddhism and Christianity
Tibetan Buddhism, Dalai Lama, and Tibet Symptom in Chinese suppliers
One such similarity is the centrality of suffering to their doctrine. Both figures emphasize on suffering as a central experience, although it has different repercussions for each. While Christ did not single out an overarching concept of suffering in his life, it was well-embodied in his teachings, particularly on his Sermon on the Mount, where he addressed specific circumstances in human life, exalting the downtrodden and the humbled—sufferers in society—as ‘blessed’ because God favors the weak and the humble over the strong and the proud. (Schmidt-Leukel, 2003). On the other hand, suffering is a much more obvious feature of Buddhism, where the inevitability of suffering is a key feature of life. Suffering is expressed in multiple ways, and is considered the embodiment of all reality. Buddhism teaches that it is our responsibility to alleviate the suffering of the world by adhering to the Tripitaka (Thurman, 1983).