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dharma

Ayurvedic medicine
An ayurvedic term referring to one's divine purpose or spiritual path.
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Ali big data refines brand marketing and Dharma Sword intends to become the sharpest marketing "weapon" to successful marketing.
This reformulation clarifies the intention of the classification, namely that these pertain to the verdict, which is only one step of the judicial process, even though it leaves the three ambiguous terms of the first line, dharma, vyavahara, and caritra, untouched and needing explanation.
Among other issues listed by the Dharma Sansad for discussion on Monday included the demand from the Modi government to incorporate epic Ramayana, Bhagwad Gita and Mahabharat in the school syllabus and the religious conversion happening across the nation.
Chandra's authorial choices--including naming the story-teller Sanjay, presenting numerous moral dilemmas, sharing the characters' dispositions and discoveries of dharma through shifting points of view--reverberate the Gita's timeless themes.
While revealing its own making and unmaking within that instant, interjecting between the clanging sounds of ceramics falling and smashing, Lim chose to switch his place with Just Dharma as THE performer.
They help you and teach you not only the Dharma but also about the customs and their rich tradition, which is very interwoven with Buddhism.
They are writing books and magazine articles, setting up online groups and meeting in private groups to meditate and study the dharma, the teachings.
s key essays from Indian and international journals and volumes, in four categories: "Portraits of Jesus and His Community" (exploring the mystery of Jesus as teacher and prophet, in the light of the Kingdom of God and work of the Spirit); "The Praxis of Jesus" (reflecting on table fellowship, the meaning for today of Jesus' miracles, Jesus and the Church); "The Teaching of Jesus" (including the commandment of love, forgiveness, intimacy with the Father, good news for the poor, and the dharma of Jesus); "The Mission of Jesus" (with respect to the nature of Christian mission, and the meaning of the mission commands in Matthew).
The One Great Law covering all the other natural laws has been called by many names; Tao, Torah, The Way, Medicine Wheel and Dharma to name a few.
After going on a pilgrimage to Japan with dharma practitioners from the Zen Center of Los Angeles, I travelled to Bangkok with two of my students.
Diwali is a time for families to get together, and celebrate in a meaningful way the rites prescribed by the ancient dharma.
A BIZARRE challenge between Dharma and Jane leads to lovemaking in unusual places for the lovebirds tonight.