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dharma

Ayurvedic medicine
An ayurvedic term referring to one's divine purpose or spiritual path.
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In a society where profit rules, people's value is determined by the color of their skin, and many voices (including LGBT voices) are silenced, Radical Dharma recasts the concepts of engaged spirituality, social transformation, inclusiveness, and healing.
El Metodo DHARMA (Discovering Hybrid ARchitectures by Modelling Actors, por sus siglas en ingles) tiene por objetivo definir la Arquitectura Empresarial utilizando la notacion i* como herramienta fundamental de modelado; su marco estrategico esta basado en el modelo de las fuerzas de mercado y la cadena de valor descritos por Porter (Porter, 1980).
Beyond the basic uses of dharma as "teaching," "quality," and "phenomenon," Hiltebeitel makes much out of a problem he sees in accepting Wilhelm Halbfass's emphasis on dharma's early uses being plural.
Restoring dharma requires keeping religion away from politics.
Shankaracharya Swaroopanand had earlier this month sent an invitation to the Shirdi Saibaba Sansthan Trust to send their representatives for debate in Dharma Sansad and justify according to the religious scriptures on why Sai Baba should be worshiped as Hindu God or even revered as religious seer.
Prominent themes are dharma (ethics and duties), samsara (cycle of rebirth), karma (right action), and moksha (liberation from the cycle of samsara).
Accordingly Acri's starting point for his critical edition is the observation--founded upon the evidence of the Dharma Patanjala itself--that the author was 'a learned master' conversant with Saiva doctrine on which he drew creatively when he composed his work.
The third section, the largest, contains an analysis of the 'doctrine' of the Dharma Patanjala, under the headings of The Lord, The Soul, Cosmos, Man, Karma, Yoga, and Right and Wrong Knowledge.
Dharma woke up long enough to smile blankly at me before nodding off again.
Dharma was admitted to a private hospital in the city.
Numerous emotions cloud Arjuna's judgment and thereby disable him: discipline and faith in sacred dharma are necessary.
India, June 15 -- I got a small but interesting response to a previous post on corporate dharma.