Buddhism Essay | Effect of Change and Resistance to Change on Buddhism

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Effect of Change and Resistance to Change on Buddhism

Summary: EVALUATION OF THE EFFECT OF CHANGE AND RESISTANCE TO CHANGE ON BUDDHISM, AND PREDICTION OF THE FUTURE DIRECTIONS FOR THE BELIEF SYSTEM Including reference to gender, technology, power + authority + globalisation
'Buddhism in a Nutshell' explains Buddhism to be a religion of wisdom, where knowledge and intelligence predominate. Devoted to the conditioning of the mind; within a milieu of social developments teetering between beneficial and harmful, Buddhism provides a way of life which aims to eventually lead to peace, happiness and freedom. As developments continue to arise and intensify or expire Buddhism persists; accepting and resisting change in areas of Gender, Technology, Globalisation and Power & Authority.

The extent to which acceptance and resistance is implemented bears considerable impact on the future directions of the Belief System resulting in either a greater acknowledgment or declining adherence in an attempt to maintain the core insights of Buddhism despite changes to the framework of society.

Siddhartha Gautama was born a Hindu, beginning life as an ordinary man in a typically Indian Society which held Patriarchal...

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