How does Hinduism view human nature and what is the human condition?

Reflect on the following questions and use the book as a source to help reference the questions 1.)How does Hinduism view human nature and what is the human condition? What prevents human beings from realizing moksha? How does Hinduism view the Self (Atman)? How are ideas about the atman and moksha presented in the Katha Upanishad (make sure to provide specific examples and citations from the resources included for week 5)? 2.) What are the three different yoga paths or means of achieving liberation according to Hinduism (see pp. 78-82)? How are these three types of yoga explained in the Bhagavad Gita, as described in the audio files? Which path, do you think, fits you and your personality best and why? 3.) First, describe how the Buddha’s story can be contextualized within Moody’s five stages: Call, Search, Struggle, Breakthrough, and Return. Second, what kind of impact do you think the Four Passing Sights had on Siddhartha, given that he was raised without any knowledge of pain, suffering, or hardship? Do you agree that every human being experiences these Four Passing Sights, to some extent? If so, how have you experienced them in your own life? Make sure to cite examples from the text and additional resources on Buddhism in answering these questions.