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How to use ‘Buddhist’ to find Buddhist holy objects

An article about the meaning of the word ‘Buddy’ in English.Article title How do I find the word Buddy in English?article A look at the word and its history in English and in Australian Aboriginal languages.Read more

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How to solve a Rubik’s Cube puzzle

The Rubik Cube has been the most popular game in the world since it was introduced in 1989.It’s a cube with five sides, each with its own shape.The pieces are arranged in a series of triangles.If you have a certain number of cubes, you win.And if you get it right, you can win millions of […]

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The Lost World of Conficianism, by Ian McEwan

article An article from the BBC News website, entitled The Lost Land of Conficians, by the Welsh writer Ian McErlean, is the latest entry in the BBC series The Lost Word, and is based on his book The Confician’s Dictionary of Conflicting Religions.It is a fantastic read, but I would have much preferred the full […]

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Analynth and the algalonquin: The story of an odd hybrid of ancient Egyptian and Western myth, by Richard Dutton, illustrated by Matt Sowders booklist title A guide to the world’s most famous animal: How to get a new one for your pet

title Why you shouldn’t feed your dog a dog, by Michael Pollan, illustrated article title How to make a homemade cat-themed cake for Christmas: This post was last modified: 04-10-2015 03:42:46

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How to get the best out of your sacred objects

If you’re a big fan of religious objects, chances are your house is covered in them.Some of them are important to you, and others are simply decorative.That can lead to a lot of friction.Here are the best ways to find the best balance between the two.1.Use a stone from the ground A good sacred object […]

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Buddhism is in a strange place

The religion that started in Tibet, and that has remained at the core of the Dalai Lama’s life for most of his adult life, is not the religion he was born into.His father was a monk and his mother a nun.Both were devout, and both grew up in poverty.Both had a Buddhist background.But they never […]

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New ‘Sacred Bible’ finds new meaning in ‘Sacrifice of the Son’

“The book is a little more than a book about the Bible, it’s about the experience of being Jewish, and the story of what it means to be Jewish and how the stories are being told in the context of the new Torah,” he said.The book includes “sacred” and “sacral” words for Jews, which have […]

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This is what Shinto Sacred Objects mean to me

The words sacred and sacred object are sometimes confused.While some use the word to mean both sacred and holy, the two are very different.Sacred objects, like the shrine at the Buddhist temple of Shinto in Shizuoka, are a combination of the two, and their meaning depends on the context in which they are used.A shrine […]

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“It’s Time for a ‘Spiritual’ Reflection on the Sacred Objects of Tibet”

In this episode of The Next Week, host Chris Hardwick explores the spiritual dimension of sacred objects in Tibetan Buddhism and the way that Tibetan Buddhism is viewed by Westerners.The show is produced by a collaborative effort between The New School, New American University, and the University of Michigan.This episode is sponsored by the National […]

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When a giant serpent comes to life on the moon

Posted March 03, 2019 08:29:52In ancient mythology, the serpent’s appearance on the surface of the moon has been described as a symbol of fertility and rebirth.In modern times, however, the symbolism is much more complex and has evolved in different cultures.Some people believe that the serpent represents the ancient serpent god.Others believe that it represents […]

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