Here is what it means to the people of different faiths.
Do you think this changes how people view God?
It’s an old Hebrew name, means ‘Under the law or rule of god.
What if samara meant in old Hebrew: “under the law or rule of god?”
What if samara meant in Islam : “Guardian or “protected by god”
What if samara meant in Buddhism: Sengsara, suffering.
What if samara meant in Hinduism: samsara, the continous flow of cycle of birth, death, and rebirth and or bondage.
Do you think it changes the way people understand faith, God and religion? I think it does, and perspective we carry is the truth of our bodies in this world.
Here is a resource I found helpful to understand Hindus definition of samara or samsara.