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Essay | Eastern Vs. Western Philosophy

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Eastern Vs. Western Philosophy

Summary: I relate more to the Eastern Notion than Western Thought. Personal reflection and opinion of religion and belief.
A wide diversity of spiritual and religious thought has dominated the world for centuries. However, most polytheistic views have faded to the most common thoughts of the 21st century; Eastern and Western philosophy. Between the two philosophies lies a hazy line near where most teenagers of the second millennium stand. Many modern teenagers have been given the right to believe in their own belief system rather than follow the family religion. Thus credibility of faiths and personal experience have created a gap between religious standpoints. Growing up, I was given the right to follow my own belief system and I have long supported my life long conclusion that there is no God. As the atheist that I've independently chosen to be, I can relate more to Eastern notion than Western thought.

Numerous Christians consider it offensive not to partake in their religion so I often find...

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