• Sikhism and the Belief of God and Worship
    caste, creed, race or gender. Devotion is cultivated by singing devotional hymns and by meditation on the holy name of God - Simran and Naam Japna • There is only One God who is purely spiritual and does not take human form. • All creation is part of God and is an expression of God’s Divine Spirit...
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  • Democracy Is Bs
    republican system from a presidential system to a parliamentary system and vice versa. This is what happened, for example, in France, Italy, Spain, and Greece, where the systems of ruling were changed from monarchy to republican and from republican to a monarchy. “But no, by your Lord, they can have no...
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  • English
    , reflecting decay and scandal . Some biographers suggest that Wilde might have been inspired by a number of events which occurred in his private life, to write this play , as it is the case for the dandified character of Lord Goring, which one could say is the double of Wilde himself, and who will...
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  • Aceronline
    Birth and death, These concepts are born of ignorance! From both you are free Oh, Lord of course! ….19 If water appears as a spring, Does it imply that its source is there? It existed already, full and flush, Merely sprang up from within the earth. ….20 Water that springs up in a...
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  • Christianity
    Eastern: but war broke out between them in 314; and in 323, after the battle of Chalcedon, in which Licinius was killed, Constantine became sole lord of the whole Roman world. He died in 337, at Nicomedia. Tradition tells us that he was converted to Christianity suddenly, and by a miracle. One evening...
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  • Jtgcdjc
    of Dorian's first and only true love affair. Over the next 18 years, he experiments with every vice, mostly under the influence of a "poisonous" French decadence novel, a present from Lord Henry. The title is never revealed in the novel, but at Oscar Wilde's trial he admitted that he had 'had in mind...
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  • Tertullian's the Prescription Against Heretics
    , Christianity. As a shepherd expects and accepts that wolves will after his flock and in fact capture a few, in like manner Tertullian parallels the existence of heresies in Christendom. He uses this allegory to encourage the second century Christians with the view that not only did the Lord...
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  • Plaridel
    men to paths of virtue and courage or to the pitfalls of wrongdoing and cowardice. In all these countries that I have now visited, I have found eloquent proof that where women are virtuous, vice is timid and dignity predominates in the life of man. But when feminine frivolity reigns, the men are...
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  • Character of Wilson
    of Zilla Parishad. The Parishad is headed by a President and a Vice-President. Two important functions: (i) Set up and run schools in villages (ii) Start Primary Health Centers and hospitals in villages. (Q) Discuss the advisory powers of the Supreme Court. Name two subjects included in its...
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  • Salient Features of Islamic Economics
    in a clear record. -(11 : 6) 2- Lo! Thy lord enlarged the provision for which He will, and straitened it (for whom He will). Lo, He was ever Knower, Seer of His slaves. -(17 : 30) 3- O’ mankind! Remember Allah’s grace towards you! Is there any creator other than Allah Who provided for you...
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  • Catechism for Filipino Catholic Book
    confess with your lips that Jesus is Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved” (Rom 10:9). Thus the Creed offers praise and thanksgiving since it proclaims the truth of Christ “so that at Jesus’ name, every knee must bend, in the heavens, on the earth, and...
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  • Each Man Kills the Thing He Loves
    produced two extremely heart felt pieces of work; De Profundis, a Latin term for ‘from the depths’, was an epistle addressed to his lover, Lord Alfred Douglas, and recounted his lifestyle of extravagance and love, within the first half. In the second part the text looks into his recent experiences...
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  • Vedas
    lord of all. All pervading Omniscient and Controller of all from-within Evermature. Imperishable, Fearless, Eternal Holy and Creator of Universe. To Him alone is worship due. 3. The Vedas are the scriptures of all true knowledge. It is the paramount duty of all Aryans to read them to teach them...
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  • Vaishnavism
    thought on their own art. When the walls of time and space are taken away we lie on one side to the boundless deeps of spiritual nature and attributes of the Supreme Lord, find that there is another youth and another age than that which is measured from the year of our worldly birth and realise that the...
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  • Malik
    moral purity and clarity, simplicity in a strict monotheistic creed and faith, and comprehensive prohibition of all types of criminality, oppression and injustice appeals to all classes and categories of people, regardless of race, culture, education, social and economic status. The aim of Islam is to...
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  • Christian Living
    the person or group's focus from the sin of gossip as well. Imagine your judgment      Picture Christ on the Cross in utter agony. Then imagine your final judgment in light of what your sins cost Our Lord. Make this a regular meditation...
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  • Live This Life
    devotion, sincerity birth but a creed an a moral principle. Any one, if he be- and enthusiasm. This institution does not merely recruit lieves in God as his Master and Lord and accepts the guid- cadets for the maintenance and development of human deance of the prophets (the essence of which is...
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  • Biography of Ibn Abdul Wahhaab
    SHAYKH MUHAMMAD IBN ABDUL-WAHHAAB (RA) In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. All praise is to Allah, Lord of the worlds. Peace and blessings of Allah be upon his slave and Messenger and the best of Creation, our leader and guide, Muhammad Bin Abdullah, and upon his family...
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  • The Apostles' Creed
    in Christ Jesus our Lord." The choice between two masters has been made, new life with God begins on earth and continues forever with God. The Apostles' Creed and the Early Church In the early church, Christians confessed that "Jesus is Lord;" however, they did not understand the biblical meaning...
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  • Ctu081 the Relationship Between Iman, Ibadah and Akhlak
    Lord, why have you raised me blind, and I was wont to see?’ God shall say, ‘Even so it is. Our signs came unto you, and you forgot them, and so today you are forgotten.” (Surah Ta Ha, 20:124–126), And says: “By the soul, and Him who shaped it, inspiring it with its lewdness and its God‐ consciousness...
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