It is important to understand that the followers of Buddhism do not acknowledge the presence of the supreme deity. Gautama Buddha is considered as the founder of Buddhism and is equated to being a learned man and the term Buddha also means enlightenment. Nowhere is Gautama Buddha equated to God. The path of enlightenment is attained by using mortality, wisdom, and meditation.
As a result, Buddhists attempt to reach the state of Nirvana and follow the path of Gautama Buddha in their quest to attain enlightenment. So, they believe that there is nothing permanent or fixed. Change is always possible and the path to attain enlightenment is possible only through practice and control. Moreover, they focus on the development of morality, wisdom, and meditation.