Shinto And Buddhism Coexist As Japan Two Religions In Vietnam

The concepts were however sufficiently close to fuse together with the passing of time. The frequent presence, even today, of a Shinto shrine near or in a Buddhist temple has its roots in the efforts made by the Japanese to reconcile local kami worship with imported Buddhism. (For details, see article Shinbutsu shūgō.) In Psychology Today, Price-Mitchell describes civility as a personal attitude that acknowledges other humans rights to live and coexist together in a manner that does not harm others. [Read More]