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Adi Granth
"Original Collection"; the primary scripture of the Sikh's
Sikh
"Disciple"; a follower of the Sikh religion
Tao
The mysterious origin of the universe, which is present and visible in everything
Tao Te Ching
The classic scripture of Taoism
Yin
The receptive aspect of the universe that expresses itself in silence, darkness, coolness, and rest (female)
Yang
The active aspect of reality that expresses itself in speech, light, and heat (male)
Wu Wei
"No action", "no strain"; doing only what comes spontaneously and naturally; effortlessness
The analects
Teh book of the sayings of Confucius
The Yi Ching
An ancient Confucian book of divination, one of the five classics, still in use today
Li
appropriate action, ritual, propriety, etiquette
Ren
Empathy, consideration for others, humaneness, a confucian virtue
Shu
Reciprocity; a Confucian virtue
Xiao
family devotion, filial piety, a confucian virtue
Wen
cultural refinement; a confucian virtue
Qi
the life force
5 K's of Sikhism
Kesh-uncut hair & beard
Khanga- hair comb
Kach-special underwear
Kirpan-sword
Kara-bracelet of steel
Khalsa
a special military order for men
Hexagram
a figure of six horizontal lines. There are two kinds of lines: divided (yin) and undivided (yang). It is made of two trigrams.
Name an acitivity in which skilled person reads natural signs to determine the will of heaven
divination
Nam of Gods who live in objects such mirrors, swords, & jewels
Kami
External/ceremonial cleanliness
Shinto
In the event of a death Taoists seek
Buddhists
Most morally devloped human in Confucianism and Taoism
Sage
Is chinese new year on jan 1st?
no
Worldviews book that is least read
Shinto
Name 2 out of 3 Kami
Ancestor, Shamans, Sage, and Nature
Founder of Juche
President Kim
Founder of Judaism
Abraham
Founder of Taoism
Lao Tzu
Founder of Sikhism
Nanak
Founder of Confucianism
Kung Fuzi
Founder of Shinto
Jimmu Tenno
Worldview that goes with Monotheism
Judaism
Worldview that goes with virtual worshipping of the president
Juche
Worldview that goes with polytheistic/ animistic
Shinto
Worldview that goes with usually atheistic
Confucianism
Worldview that goes with monotheism w/ancestor worship
Taoism
Name the worldview thats popular in N. Korea
Juche
Name the worldview thats popular in Japan
Shinto
Name the worldview thats popular in Isreal & US
Judaism
Name the worldview thats popular in India
Sikhism
Name the worldview thats popular in China
Confucianism
Name the worldview thats popular in Taiwan
Taoism
Education isn't valued in
Taoism
For 1,000 years the teachings were used as school instruction
Confucianism
Name the 5 great relationships
Father-son; Elder brother- younger brother; husband-wife; elder-younger; ruler-subject
In Chinese thought what's 1 of the 5 elements used in divination
fire
What was the cultural burst
alot of new religions developed
Right road to travel is....
Taoism
In shinto a person who deals with spirits, etc. is a
Shaman
Three worldviews frequently associated with each other
Taoism, Confucianism, and Buddhism
Tai Chi Chuan includes what?
Martial arts
Taoism, Juche, and Shinto came from
E. Asia
Red dot on japanese flag represents
Sun Goddess
Sky, Right, Sound, and male represent
Yang
Dark, cold, fish, and rice represent
Yin
Silver Rule
Do not do unto others what you would not want them to do unto you
Simplicity, gentleness, and balance are goals of
Taoism
The religion in which rites are more important than writings
Shinto
Only religion in which human is expected to be worshipped
Juche
Goal of Taoism
To attune yourself to Tao
Shrines in the home and local village
Shinto
Important goal of the symbol harmony
confucianism
The S. Korean flag has ______ in 4 trigrams
Yin & yang
_______ is the pattern within each object or person that makes them unique
Te
Religion which believes in 10 gurus
Sikhism
Mencias was another important person in this worldview
Confucianism
Ancester worship caused _____ to object to Taoism
Communists
Sacred text of Shinto
Kujiki, engismiki
Sacred text of Sikhism
Adi Granth
Sacred text of Taoism
tao te ching
Sacred text of Confucianism
Shu Ching, Shih Ching, I ching, Ch'un ch'ui, li Ching
Sacred text of Judaism
Tenach, Talmud
Sacred text of Juche
No book