For this Assessment, you will answer a series of short answer questions to demonstrate your understanding of the key tenets of Hinduism and Buddhism.
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In order to achieve Meets Expectations for a particular row of the rubric, you must have adequately completed all criteria in that row. This means that you have addressed all required elements to the required level of quantity and/or quality.
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Note: Hinduism and Buddhism
Most people are familiar with the saying, “What goes around, comes around.” It describes karma and dharma, which are central concepts of the belief system in both Hinduism and Buddhism. This cause-and-effect relationship shows if you do good things, positive things will happen to you in the future; conversely, if you do bad things, negative things will happen to you. These religions also focus a great deal on meditating to receive answers to life’s questions. Both believe that suffering is a large part of life, and in this suffering, people have an opportunity to do good. Removal of material possessions as a means to allow for suffering is a concept many people cannot fathom in today’s world. For this assessment, you will consider what you have explored in this Competency related to the importance that Buddhism and Hinduism place on meditation, suffering, and doing good things in life.
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