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    When I think of my personal happiness I think of myself living a pleasing life, having a career with a great income, being wealthy and teaching my kids the right way to do something and not the wrong. Being nice and considerate of other people will take you a long way in life. But everyone’s definition of happiness does not consist of the same thing. Someone else’s definition of happiness could be to grow old with their significant other and move far away to a secluded, private island drinking…

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    Ikshvaku Essay

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    THE SURYA VAMSA The Ikshvakus are a sublime race of men and women famed in the Puranas and Epics. It owes it’s origins to the great patriarch of the same namesake, Ikshvaku, who was the son of Vaivasvat Manu. He, in, turn was the son of Kashyapa Muni who in turn was the son of Marichi, the son of Brahma. The Solar dynasty comprised of the three lines of Ayodhya, Videha, Vaisala and the Saryatas. Ikshvaku was the first king of Ayodhya, and his father, Manu Vaivasvata, gave him Madhyadesa. He had…

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    What is God to you? Is God the almighty, all-knowing, all-powerful being who watches over our every decision and action? Does God take a figure of a human, and walk amongst us, or is God only an imaginative being? In fact, God can be whatever people need him to be. Some of the biggest holy books which all portray a distinct type of God describing the way people should live their lives or the ways to everlasting life in heaven are the Bhagavad Gita, the Holy Bible, and the Quran. All these…

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    The book is a amalgamation of contributions of Novel Prize winner renowned economist Amartya Sen’s, glorious papers on public conversation and rational pluralism in Indian society that incorporate Indian history and uniqueness, culture, focusing on the custom public debates and intellectual pluralism. It is the perceptions of Indian culture, history, or individuality which is not inevitably distorted or discerning but also without having a clear scientific interpretation. The book is a coherent…

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    “‘Religion will save us," I said. Since when I could remember, religion had been very close to my heart. ‘Religion?’ Mr. Kumar grinned broadly. ‘I don 't believe in religion. Religion is darkness.’” (Martel 16). Over history, and since the beginning of human society, religion has had its effect on humans and the way people behave and act. Life of Pi, the novel by Yann Martel, is one of the best novels to analyze for this topic. Martel incorporates religious faith and trends enough in the novel…

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    Final Reflection

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    Final Reflection 1. Scripture a.) Connect the sacred writings of the world’s major religious traditions and their importance for life decisions of adherents. Often, religious scriptures describe a way one should live their life. Some examples scriptures may direct a person to live their life is by completing religious sacraments, performing religious rituals/traditions, dressing a certain way, eating certain food or even acting a certain way. In regards to the topic I researched (criteria…

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    Three Types Of Yoga

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    There are three types of Yogas, which are Jnana Yoga or knowledge Yoga, Karma Yoga or Action Yoga and Bhakti Yoga or devotion Yoga. Jnana Yoga or Knowledge Yoga, this type of Yoga is talked about to bring insight into one’s nature by studying the Upanishads and the Bhagavad-Gita and their criticism and by learning from gurus who have reached to insight. Jnana yoga is especially appropriate for priests and intellectuals. A school of philosophy highly refine this yoga, which is still quite…

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    Delusionalism

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    The phantom of the spirit ( I am not what I am, I am what I am not) The Phantom of spirit in mind, is the phantom of delusional spirit in the heart of creativity. Creativity is the phantom that creativity used to decipher the hidden transcendence to the self. While, spirit has been to delude, the phantom has been the philosophy of Delusionalism. It is greatness in creating and sublimity in consuming remains as the spirit in every civilization for an aesthetic end. Even in its presence and even…

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    Introduction The teachings of Gita contain the cream of the Vedas and Upanishads. Therefore those read Gita carefully need not to read all Vedas and Upanishad. Gita is a universal scripture message of which is universally applicable anywhere, anytime and at any place. One should not forget basic knowledge given in Gita therefore he/she should recite it every day. It means one should always remain connected with this supreme reality. All religious teachings ask people to remain connected with…

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    caste altogether. As she has also been previously established to possess the favor of Krishna, her opinions in her debate with Yudhishthira carry the added weight of views backed by a god; her views are later cemented by Krishna’s own declarations to Arjuna in the climax of the epic. Draupadi also is repeatedly shown to follow the traditions of her caste, from observation of ritual impurity during menstruation, to…

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