By showing Compassion towards others, is showing that you care for them! Most people show compassion for you, don't they? So, do to others as you would have them do to you! And if people around you DON'T show compassion… Full Answer
If you mean the Theravada school, the Mahayana school and the Vajrayana school; they have almost identical views on most issues related to the teaching of the Buddha. In essence they differ in the methods they use and interpretation of… Full Answer
Theravada and Mahayana. Within Mahayana, you find Zen Buddhism. Answer: Theravada ('way of the elders') is more similar to original Buddhism, whereas Mahayana ('greater vehicle') has an unknown origin.
This is a very complicated question that I will try to boil down as best I can. Theravada is called the Teachings of the Elders and is predominant in South East Asia (Burma, Thailand, etc). It is somewhat closest to… Full Answer
There are many important people associated with Buddhism. For instance, The Dalai Lama is considered the head of Mahayana Buddhism. Another important figure is Thich Nhat Hanh, who is a Buddhist monk. Both of these men teach people about forgiveness… Full Answer
It has some similarities to Christianity but without the all important salvation and overt compassion for others. The Shinto believers believe in respect and Christians believe in compassion and respect.
(compassion - sympathy or pity for someone's suffering) His compassion led him to adopt a neglected dog from the shelter. The captain showed no compassion for the drowning passsengers. Examples of COMPASSION He felt compassion for the lost child. She… Full Answer