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    character of Lord Goring, which one could say is the double of Wilde himself, and who will maybe incarnate the figure of the ideal husband. As the stage notes from Act III indicate, Lord Goring is in "immediate relation" to modern life, making and mastering it. An Ideal Husband emphasizes Lord Goring's...
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  • Sikhism and the Belief of God and Worship
    daily life: service and devotion to God. Service means honest work and service to the community - Sewa, in which all are equal regardless of 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...
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  • Jtgcdjc
    infatuated with him, believing his beauty is responsible for a new mode in his art. Dorian meets Lord Henry Wotton, a friend of Basil's, and becomes enthralled by Lord Henry's world view. Espousing a new hedonism, Lord Henry suggests the only things worth pursuing in life are beauty and fulfillment of the senses...
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  • Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji
    man to lead a meaningful life. According to Sri Guru Granth Sahib, the society should have a human face which is free from prejudices based on caste, creed, sex and other discriminatory social evils. The just society should provide equal opportunities of growth to all without discrimination. Society should...
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  • Unknown
    Commandments in order: The Ten Commandments are: 1.) I am the Lord your God; you shall have no strange gods before Me. 2.) You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain. 3.) Keep holy the Lord's day. 4.) Honor...
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  • Each Man Kills the Thing He Loves
    that Wilde 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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  • Democracy Is Bs
    Freedom of opinion 3.Freedom of ownership 4.Personal freedom Democracy emanated from the creed of separating religion from life, which is the creed on which the capitalist ideology is established. It is the creed of the vague compromise solution, which was achieved by the struggle between the kings and...
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  • Vedas
    Conscious, All beautitude, Formless, Almighty, Just, Merciful, Unbegotten, Infinite, Unchangeable, Beginningless, Incomparable, the support of all the lord of all. All pervading Omniscient and Controller of all from-within Evermature. Imperishable, Fearless, Eternal Holy and Creator of Universe. To Him...
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  • Aceronline
    conclusion Which one arrives at, after a thoughtful search. ….18 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...
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  • Christianity
    the 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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  • Tertullian's the Prescription Against Heretics
    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 forewarned the Church that heresies will arise and believers some will indeed be loss but also that they should celebrate their proven faithful to God...
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  • Plaridel
    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 taken up in immorality and the abandonment and...
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  • Salient Features of Islamic Economics
    earth but the sustenance thereof dependent on Allah. He knoweth its habitation and its repository. All is 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...
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  • Character of Wilson
    divisions in the District and the Chairmen of all the Panchayat Samities form the members 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...
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  • Brotherhood and Community
    siters. Franciscan brotherhood is a universal and cosmic brotherhood. A relationship that does not isolate us to certain human beings but in all that the Lord provides and exists in the society is our brothers and sister. CHAPTER II GOSPEL BROTHERHOOD Evangelical fraternity cannot remain closed in upon...
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  • Ctu081 the Relationship Between Iman, Ibadah and Akhlak
    whosoever turns away from My remembrance, his shall be a life of narrowness, and on the Resurrection Day, We shall raise him blind.’ He shall say, ‘O my 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...
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  • Catechism for Filipino Catholic Book
    Opening 65 Context 66 Exposition 66 I. History of the Creeds 67 A. Biblical Creeds 68 B. Liturgical and Catechetical Creeds 68 C. The Creed Today 69 II. Objections to the Creed 69 III. Functions of the Creed 70 A. Summary of Beliefs 70 B. Pledge of Loyalty 71 ...
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    die? 1974 39. What did Hoover do when David died? Hoover cried for six days and six nights 40. What’s under the golden gate bridge? Two died vice lords with a golden pitchfork in their hearts, and they are hanging from a rope. 41. Who represented as the torch? Larry Bernard Hoover. 42. What’s...
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  • Christian Living
    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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  • My Life
    agriculture, and later of industry, children became forced laborers. Play and exploration were suppressed. Willfulness, which had been a virtue, became a vice that had to be beaten out of children. The invention of agriculture, beginning 10,000 years ago in some parts of the world and later in other parts...
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