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Transcript of prayer presentation
some of the things these 2 religions don't have in common would be:
-places to pray
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Buddhism & Catholic prayer
these 2 religions are very different for example they don't have much in common and another thing that makes them different is the way people reflect. The Catholic religion usually find a quite spot to pray & relax.
unlike the Buddhism religion where people tend to find a calming & relaxing spot and simply meditate
prayer forms the 2 traditions share
focus on breathing