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How did Buddhism Come to Japan? | History of Japan 15
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How did Buddhism Come to Japan? | History of Japan 15

In the late Kofun, early Asuka period, the Korean kingdom of Paekche dropped two bombs on Japan, in quick succession. Instead of explosives, these bombs were filled with Chinese culture. The first was the Chinese writing system, the second was Buddhism. When these Chinese culture bombs exploded…you know what, that’s …

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Israelis: Is Judaism more similar to Christianity or Islam?
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Israelis: Is Judaism more similar to Christianity or Islam?

I have a question related to religion People outside Israel want to know Christianity or Islam- which is closest to Judaism? Neither Why? Oshrat and Mashiah Jerusalem According to what you know There are different values In my opinion, the Torah… Oh, what is closest? Ok, you said they aren’t …

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Is What Muslims Say Really What Islam Teaches?
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Is What Muslims Say Really What Islam Teaches?

And here’s what you’re going to discover – There is a critical distinction that I’m going to make right now that’ll be kind of a theme throughout all the material that we cover. And the distinction is this: What Muslims say often is different than what Islam teaches. There’s a …

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Trapped in the Psychological Game – Sadhguru 2017
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Trapped in the Psychological Game – Sadhguru 2017

Questioner: I am Anita’s other half. Every day she plays a different video from things you have said. What comes in to your mind that makes you say these words of wisdom? How does it come about? Sadhguru: It needs some background. It is a fact that we have the …

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How to be a miracle worker: Gabrielle Bernstein at TEDxFiDiWomen
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How to be a miracle worker: Gabrielle Bernstein at TEDxFiDiWomen

Translator: Caroline ERUIMY Reviewer: Capa Girl Hello, beautiful TED folks. How are you all? So, I’ve been up since 3 AM. I had a long day and am on East Coast time. So it’s a little funky. And I often get woken up at that hour because this is when …

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Traditional African religion
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Traditional African religion

The indigenous religious beliefs and practices of African peoples include various traditional religions. While generalizations of these religions are difficult, due to the diversity of African cultures, they do have some characteristics in common. Generally, they are oral rather than scriptural, include belief in a supreme being, belief in spirits …

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The Religion Of Libertarianism
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The Religion Of Libertarianism

“Should someone have to have a government-issued license to drive a car?” “HELL NO.” “What’s next, requiring a license to make toast in your own damn toaster? “A license to drive, you know, I’d like to see some competency exhibited by people before they drive.” [boos] While they’re often looked …

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Buddhism in the West, Paris Talk
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Buddhism in the West, Paris Talk

[Music] to a Buddhist can you join me do prostrations 3 prostrations [Music] dr rinpoche sherry Boucher we are very happy to welcome you in a French national Paris center it has been too long since your last visit in 2004 I translate in French in the same time here …

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Bulguksa: Symbol of Korean Buddhism
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Bulguksa: Symbol of Korean Buddhism

Buddhism has a long and storied history in Korea, the home of nearly a thousand Buddhist temples. But if you had to pick one to represent the country’s Buddhist heritage, it’d probably be the Bulguksa Temple in Gyeongju, Gyeongsangnamdo Province. In this weekly special, our Kim Jung-soo presents the history …

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Islamic Extremists in London
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Islamic Extremists in London

[CHANTING IN ARABIC] ANJEM: We are here maybe saying to you, look, there’s a better way of life. You don’t need to live like animals following your own desires. The big industries you see nowadays in the West are things like gambling, pornography, alcohol, drugs, homosexuality. REPORTER: If you took …

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