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    Disney movie, Hercules. Though most are not fully accurate to the actual myth of Hercules/Heracles, they all tell the epic story of the hero and keep his presence in the modern mind. Bollywood is one of the largest film centers in the world, with one of its main box office attractions being Hindi films. Krishna, being one of the most beloved deities in the Hindu religion, tends to get some box office screen time. In fact, as recently as 2007, a modern version of the story of Krishna was released where Krishna is an anchor for a popular television show (IMDB.com). In 1966, the International Society for Krishna Consciousness, otherwise known as the Hare Krishnas was founded. The movement was formed to spread the practice bhakti yoga, which has those involved dedicate their thoughts and movements towards pleasing their Supreme Lord, Krishna. Some famous Hare Krishnas are the Beatles, all four of them wrote songs including the Hare Krishna mantra, but only Harrison fully embraced the lifestyle. Today, the Hare Krishna followers mainly live in Eastern Europe and India. Across the globe, Krishna remains in pop culture because he is still worshipped by over a billion people. Like Krishna, the story of Moses remains in popular culture because he is still a pivotal part of the Bible, the Torah, and the Quran. Since the Middle Ages, theater troupes have been performing stories from the Bible, it was an easy way to spread the Word to an illiterate group, especially with such a limited…

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    discussing the history, beliefs and challenges of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) religious movement and how it presents arising issues to Christianity and Judaism. This is an important topic to address because the ISKCON movement has been gaining more followers all over the world since it started in 1966. This movement now has over 600 temples, 60 farm communities, 50 schools and 90 restaurants across the world(ISKCON 2). Since this movement is gaining a larger…

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    PART 1: The Introduction to Red Cross of Vietnam Society Healthcare is essential not only in America but also around the world, including in my country, Vietnam. As we know, healthcare is the maintenance or improvement of health through the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease, illness, injury, and other physical and mental impairments in human beings. These acts usually delivered by health professions such as doctors, dentists, physicians, etc. Acknowledged the importance of…

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    making anybody uncomfortable by going up to them and asking for money and he would still be exercising his right to solicit. Furthermore, since there is an alternative method for Jones to solicit, it would still be fair because people would still be exposed to Jones’ expression (his sign for donations) and they can help him if they would like; as it is mentioned in Martin v. City of Struthers, expression can not be completely banned because there may be people that would want to be exposed to…

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    all the living and Non-living things should live in harmony Karnad focuses him attention on the downtrodden and less privileged people of the society. He has this at the back of his mind that is why all his writings speak for the women and people at the ground level. Girish Karnad has great command over English language as he has been Rhodes Scholar at oxford. He was apt and exact words for any situation. He writes dialogues in lucid and precise language. He writes dialogues in lucid and precise…

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