Hey newschoolers, I've been thinking about how to present my report on Buddhism that is due this Thursday. The teacher said we can present it anyway as long as we have all the information (history, rituals, basic beliefs, holidays, maps, and pictures). I have all the information but i'm stuck on how I want to present it. I was thinking maybe put all the information on scrolls and present it that way? Or maybe make a Buddha sculpture but it's hollow in the middle and there is a hole in the top and all the information is on paper and on a wooden rod and in the middle but I have no idea how I would make the sculpture! Thanks so much for helping me out!
Well not "gods" but more spiritualists that once played a major part or impacted Buddhism, your right though it's more of a spiritual philosophy ( I'm always learning so I still don't know much or I guess can talk about more in depth
i would have all of my ass-hairs tweezed to hear her fart through the telephone.
If he's actually talking about Bouddhism in Japan, it's actually linked to Shinto, the Japanese religion/way of life, where you finds many "Kami" (gods). Both Bouddhism and Shinto are interconnected and complete each other in the eyes of a Japanese believer. So in some way, he was right.
By the way, the story of Amaterasu, the Godess of Sun in Japan is pretty entertaining, people should look more into Japanese mythology, it's great stuff.