|Watch these three different perspective on Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism to find out: https://www.ted.com/talks/anjali_kumar_my_failed_mission_to_find_god_and_what_i_found_instead?utm_campaign=tedspread–b&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=tedcomshare https://www.ted.com/talks/matthieu_ricard_on_the_habits_of_happiness?utm_campaign=tedspread–b&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=tedcomshare https://youtu.be/y_4TtsDRSCE Anjali Kumar at TEDWomen 2017 My failed mission to find God — and what I found instead After watching these videos: What are your thoughts on incorporating facets of these religions into your own life? What do you like about what these individuals have to say about their faith? What do you disagree with? Do you feel you have a better understanding of how faith, of any sort, might help balance a person in their life? Are we actually all looking for the same things? DB:2 https://youtu.be/C4baUZ35DQY The basic tenets of Buddhist faith tells us to find the “middle way” and through that we can achieve inner peace. Can this apply into your own life? Does Buddhism have a place in your own life? What about Sikhism? I am fairly certain most, if not all, of you have never even thought of this religion, let alone seen how it could apply to your life. But I think you might see, after watching this, you might be able to find tenets of this faith fit well within your life as well. Or is it enough to have your faith and to still seek faith elsewhere? And find, perhaps, that we are all in the same boat?