Seventy Disciples

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  • Short Story Of Muhammad: The Night Journey

    the dog. It was said that He loved cats and kept one Himself. In the Hadith it tells of a time when Muhammad cut off His own sleeve, rather than disturb the cat who was sleeping on it. “He was endlessly patient. The Qur’an enjoins patience in over seventy passages. It states: ‘How goodly the reward of those who labor, who patiently endure, and put their trust in their Lord!’ (29:58-59); and ‘Verily those who endure with patience shall be rewarded: their reward shall not be by measure.’ (39:13). …

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  • John Adair's Principles Of Motivation

    Principles of Motivation Adair presents an overview of two sociological views, Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and Herzberg’s Hygiene Theory, that have dominated motivational theory for seventy years. Maslow raised awareness of the power of individual needs for safety, social, and esteem to motivate or demotivate human actions or decisions. While Herzberg expanded the picture of motivation to consider the influence of environmental factors such as recognition, salary, interpersonal relations; he…

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  • The Influence Of The Salt March On The Civil Rights Movement

    civil rights figure Mahatma Gandhi led the Salt March in protest of British rule. This particular march forged a spiral of events across the country that eventually ushered in the era of India’s independence. Gandhi initially led seventy-eight of his nonviolence disciples from Sabarmati Ashram to the seaside village of Dandi, with many more joining the Salt March as the crowd passed through several Indian towns and villages in the twenty-four day trek. As the name suggests, the Salt March was…

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  • Jesse Owens Research Papers

    Jesse Owens Jesse Owens is considered to be one of the best athletes of his time and one of the best track and field athletes of all time. Owens had faced racism throughout his entire life. Owens would often have racial slurs yelled at him during his races but Owens was a determined athlete and wouldn’t let that stop him. Born on September 12, 1913 in a small town in Alabama. James Cleveland Owens grew up in a time of racism, discrimination, and poverty. James Owens was the grandson of…

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  • Should Socrates Break The Law Or Injustice In Plato's Crito

    The main theme of the book of Crito is about whether should Socrates break the law and escape from execution or stay and accept his death penalty. At the very end, Socrates pointed out that trying to escape breaks the law, and any act that breaks the law is unjust . Therefore, Socrates refused to escape and decided to accept his death penalty and execution. Socrates responded each of the three arguments Crito brought out. However, are Socrates’ arguments reasonable and is it always right to obey…

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  • The Holy Spirit (The Supernatural)

    This report will define what the Holy Spirit (The Supernatural). How the Holy Spirit works, its available to everyone who believers and receives. Explain who is the holy Spirit, the Holy Spirit is God. Where to find biblical scriptures and concepts to support the terms relating to the (Supernatural) known as the “Holy Spirit.” How Blaspheming the Holy Spirit is a sin, how people quenched the Holy Spirit. Eph. 4:30.(KJV). The reason some people have no relationship with God. There are people…

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  • Essay On Athanasius

    The author of the this particular reading/text is Athanasius, who is an Egyptian born in the city of Alexandria which was near the Nile Delta. This author was born around c. 296-298 and passed on second of May 373 and happened to age at seventy-seven years. There seems to be various controversies surrounding the precise origin of Athanasius. Numerous of theological researchers agree that Athanasius was a Greek born in Egypt while others argue that Athanasius was merely Egyptian and had no Greece…

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  • The Crusades: Relics, Crusadess And People

    Relics, crusades and people Relics obtained in the crusades became a significant part of pilgrimage, in fact the church adapted a larger apes for better storage. Relics such as the crown of thorns justify Jesus (the son of god) and his word because many people where poor they went on crusades for relics, land, wealth, and the word of god. I intend to argue and utilize artifacts obtained in the crusades. The majority of images will come from Art History fifth edition by Maryn Stostand and as…

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  • Swami Svadhu Analysis

    ‘svadhu’ (selfish) - Swami Prakashananda, better known as Swamiji. Narayan’s role in this book oscillates between that of a translator (of the various narratives that were enacted and reenacted) and transcriber. The tedious task of documenting over seventy different narratives was made possible through a tape recorder which remained Narayan’s faithful companion throughout the long hours that she spent attentively seated on…

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  • The Trial Of Socrates Summary

    Dionysus brother- in-law Dion became one of Plato’s disciples. I believe that Plato gave Dionysus his opinion of the perfect city and to have a perfect city you must have a philosophy type king. He thought he could teach Dionysus I the ways of philosophy and Dionysus would create this city that Plato had in…

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