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For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life.”
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Focus on Genre myths 431 MythsFocus on Genre myths 431 Myths
Myths are among our oldest stories. People created nature myths to explain the wonders of nature. In hero myths, humans defeated monsters to make the world safer. Creation myths helped explain how such things as fire or music began
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Jai Guru Dev Quotes and Transcription of Selected Lectures by His Holiness Maharishi Mahesh YogiJai Guru Dev Quotes and Transcription of Selected Lectures by His Holiness Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
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Sri Gaudiya KanthaharaSri Gaudiya Kanthahara
Gaudiya. After Srila Prabhupada's disappearance he took sannyasa and his name became Sri Srimad Bhaktisaranga Gosvami Maharaj. Until his death he had great faith in our most worshipable Gurupadapadma and considered him his intimate friend
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The dream and the danceThe dream and the dance
Rejected by University of Chicago Press, Cornell University Press, and several others
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Lesson 30 Theme Review and Vocabulary BuilderLesson 30 Theme Review and Vocabulary Builder
Narrator 2: In 1985, distinguished treasure hunter and underwater explorer Mel Fisher, along with his “golden crew,” his dedicated team of explorers, discovered the wreck of the Spanish galleon Atocha (uh•toh•chuh)
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October 2013 Teacher\October 2013 Teacher's Guide Table of Contents
Anticipating Student Questions (answers to questions students might ask in class) 54
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Analytical Section Summaries of the Blue Annals [Draft version, not for public distribution on thdl]Analytical Section Summaries of the Blue Annals [Draft version, not for public distribution on thdl]
Created by students in Germano's seminar The Tibetan Renaissance at uva in spring 2004
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1 Katia Buffetrille1 Katia Buffetrille
Published in 21st Century Tibet Issue. Symposium on Contemporary Tibetan Studies. Taipeh. Taiwa
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Film: Chapter 2 Key ConceptsFilm: Chapter 2 Key Concepts
Together, film's formal aspects—narrative, design, cinematography, acting, editing, and sound—differentiate movies from other visual media and determine how particular films look, sound, and move
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Background Essay Indian Influences on English, American and European LiteratureBackground Essay Indian Influences on English, American and European Literature
Let me first present an intriguing difficulty for all who wish to study the influences of Indian ideas, values, and beliefs on Western literature. Consider that some key words on both sides of the East-West divide have no translatable
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November 11, 2014 Pranayama the \"control\" of pranaNovember 11, 2014 Pranayama the "control" of prana
Hindu religion and its proponents, their gurus and their sacred texts, say about the component of Yoga that is called Pranayama. Even on the very first page of the very first article that we have reproduced here
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Annayya\Annayya's Anthropology by A. K ramanujan
A. K. Ramanujan taught in the University of Chicago's South Asian Studies department for many years. Narayan Hegde is a professor of Comparative Literature, State University of New York, Old Westbury
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Limit 2015: a limit to Learning is a Dangerous ThingLimit 2015: a limit to Learning is a Dangerous Thing
Written by Lexington High School (Colin Cantwell, Kyle Doney, Reggie Luo, Gavin Mak, Duncan McCallum, Arjun Sarathy, Devin Shang), Hinsdale Central High School (Ankush Bajaj, Sunny Chen, Harrison Wang, James Zhou), and Victor Pavao
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Isis unveiledIsis unveiled
Glossary, and more important still, have furnished us with a sketch of the lives and teachings of the most famous Adepts of the East and West
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