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من كتاب موزي للموهية: الفصل 3 - المطابقة مع العلوي، الجزء 2 من 3‏

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من كتاب موزي للموهية: الفصل 3 - المطابقة مع العلوي، الجزء 2 من 3‏

Mozi or Mo Tzu was a Chinese philosopher who lived around 460 BC to 391. He was a pacifist who traveled from one region to another to try to convince rulers from their plans of conquest. Mo Tzu’s teachings encompass self-reflection to attain true self knowledge, universal love and enlightened self-interest in social relations. He advocated self-restraint in which a person would indulge in neither material norSpiritual extravagance. His philosophy encompassed the concept that one must do actions which brought the most benefit for the general welfare of all. People might then ask, "At the present time, rulers are not absent from the empire. Why then is there disorder in the empire?" We now present an excerpt of Mo Tzu’s teachings, “Identification with the Superior” from the book Mozi.
كلمات من الحكمة
2018-01-01   1818 الآراء
كلمات من الحكمة
2018-01-01

من كتاب موزي للموهية: الفصل 3 - المطابقة مع العلوي، الجزء 3 من 3‏

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من كتاب موزي للموهية: الفصل 3 - المطابقة مع العلوي، الجزء 3 من 3‏

Mozi or Mo Tzu was a Chinese philosopher who lived around 460 BC to 391. He was a pacifist who traveled from one region to another to try to convince rulers from their plans of conquest. Mo Tzu’s teachings encompass self-reflection to attain true self knowledge, universal love and enlightened self-interest in social relations. He advocated self-restraint in which a person would indulge in neither material nor sSpiritual extravagance. His philosophy encompassed the concept that one must do actions which brought the most benefit for the general welfare of all. “Why are the superiors now unable to govern their subordinates, and the subordinates unwilling to serve their superiors? It is because of a mutual disregard. What is the reason for this?” We now present an excerpt of Mo Tzu’s teachings , “Identification with the Superior” from the book Mozi.
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2018-01-02   1843 الآراء
كلمات من الحكمة
2018-01-02

The Holy Qur’an: Chp 23 The Believers

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The Holy Qur’an: Chp 23 The Believers

Prophet Muhammad [Peace Be Upon Him] was born in 570 AD in Mecca, in what is now known as Saudi Arabia. At about age 40, he retired to a cave in the mountains and engaged in deep meditation. During this period of inner introspection, he first received messages from Allah through the Archangel Gabriel. The record of these divine revelations, which spanned over 23 years, can be found in the most holy book of Islam-the Qur’an. Today we share with you the wise teachings of Prophet Muhammad Peace Be Upon Him with excerpts from Chapter 23 -The Believers of the Holy Qur’an.
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2018-01-03   1916 الآراء
كلمات من الحكمة
2018-01-03

The Holy Qur’an: Chp 47-48 Muhammad & Victory

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The Holy Qur’an: Chp 47-48 Muhammad & Victory

Prophet Muhammad [Peace Be Upon Him] was born in 570 AD in Mecca, in what is now known as Saudi Arabia. At about age 40, he retired to a cave in the mountains and engaged in deep meditation. During this period of inner introspection, he first received messages from Allah through the Archangel Gabriel. The record of these divine revelations, which spanned over 23 years, can be found in the most holy book of Islam-the Qur’an. Today we share with you the wise teachings of Prophet Muhammad Peace Be Upon Him with excerpts from Chapter 47-48 Muhammad and Victory of the Holy Qur’an.
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2018-01-04   1821 الآراء
كلمات من الحكمة
2018-01-04

ملك صلوات الطموح ونشاطات سامانتابهادرا النبيلة

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ملك صلوات الطموح ونشاطات سامانتابهادرا النبيلة

Tibetan Buddhism is a religion with a rich culture that emerged from a wide range of practices which include the complete scope of the Buddha’s teachings from Hinayana, Mahayana and Vajrayana levels. The teachings of Tibetan Buddhism put a focus on the awareness of death and the ephemeral natural of life, leading to diligence in meditation and spiritual practice. Mandalas, prayer flags and thangka paintings are visual imagery used as reminders for practitioners on path. Today, we are honored to invite the Respected Reverend Geshe Tsewang Nordu to recite an excerpt of “The King of Aspiration Prayers of Samantabhadra’s Noble Excellent Activities”.
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2018-01-05   2073 الآراء
كلمات من الحكمة
2018-01-05

Baha’i Faith’s “Gems of Divine Mysteries” Paragraphs 77-92

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Baha’i Faith’s “Gems of Divine Mysteries” Paragraphs 77-92

Baha’u’llah was the teacher and the founder of the Baha’i Faith. He and his teachings are believed to be prophesied in Buddhism,Christianity, Islam, Hinduism and other religions. Baha’u’llah was born in 1817 in Tehran, Persia in present-day Iran. The word Baha means ‘glory’ or ‘splendor'. The Baha’i Faith rests on three core principles: unity of God, unity of religion, and unity of humankind. Approximately 7 million people today in many countries adhere to the Bahai’i faith. Their scriptures are translated into 800 languages, and there are houses of worship in just about every corner of the world. Baha’i principles envision an ideal society. They are gender equality; elimination of all forms of prejudice whether religious, racial, class or national; harmony of religion and science; universal opportunity of education for all; a universal auxiliary language which all humanity can use to cooperate quickly with one another; a judicious world government and the elimination of extremes of wealth and poverty.
كلمات من الحكمة
2018-01-06   1805 الآراء
كلمات من الحكمة
2018-01-06

Modern Values of Judaism – Conversation with Councillor Rabbi Alan Plancey

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Modern Values of Judaism – Conversation with Councillor Rabbi Alan Plancey

Judaism is one of the oldest religions and still preserves some of the values and moral practices of the ancient ancestors. The devoted Jewish people not only strive to abide carefully by the Divine Laws, but also selflessly serve their family and community, loving both God and their neighbors. Today we are honored to interview Councillor Rabbi Alan Plancey, an Emeritus Rabbi of the Borehamwood & Elstree Synagogue who holds a seat on Hertfordshire County Council in the United Kingdom. He will share with us some of the core values of Judaism.
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2018-01-07   1883 الآراء
كلمات من الحكمة
2018-01-07

The Baha’i Faith’s “Gems of Divine Mysteries”: Paragraphs 93-117

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The Baha’i Faith’s “Gems of Divine Mysteries”: Paragraphs 93-117

Baha’u’llah was the teacher and the founder of the Baha’i Faith. He and his teachings are believed to be prophesied in Buddhism,Christianity, Islam, Hinduism and other religions. Baha’u’llah was born in 1817 in Tehran, Persia in present-day Iran. The word Baha means ‘glory’ or ‘splendor'. The Baha’i Faith rests on three core principles: unity of God, unity of religion, and unity of humankind. Approximately 7 million people today in many countries adhere to the Bahai’i faith. Their scriptures are translated into 800 languages, and there are houses of worship in just about every corner of the world. Baha’i principles envision an ideal society. They are gender equality; elimination of all forms of prejudice whether religious, racial, class or national; harmony of religion and science; universal opportunity of education for all; a universal auxiliary language, which all humanity can use to cooperate quickly with one another; a judicious world government and the elimination of extremes of wealth and poverty.
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2018-01-08   1833 الآراء
كلمات من الحكمة
2018-01-08

From the Sacred Principles of BISHNOIS Principles 14-18

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From the Sacred Principles of BISHNOIS Principles 14-18

The Bishnoi faith was established by Shri Jambheshwar Bhagwan, also known as Jambhoji, more than 500 years ago in Rajasthan, India. Through a vision during meditation, Jambhoji came to understand that only a respectful co-existence of human and nature can prevent misery and disaster. He led the people in the planting of trees and advised them to remain devoted to God and nurture their compassion towards fellow beings. He also outlined a set of 29 principles by which he advised his followers to live their lives. This is how the Bishnoi religion obtain its name: “Bish” meaning 20, and “Nois” meaning 9. In the 29 guidelines that he gave this followers, Jambhoji encouraged them to be vegetarians. One should not eat meat nor harm animals, but treat them as they would their own kin. Today, we invite you to listen to some of the guidelines established by Shri Jambheshwar Bhagwan or Jambhoji. “Cheating is prohibited. We should not tell lies and cheat for our selfishness or to harm others. Temporarily we may cheat others and get our work done by lying, but the truth cannot be hidden for long, and in the end we lose respect, confidence, trust and credibility.”
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2018-01-09   1949 الآراء
كلمات من الحكمة
2018-01-09

From the Sacred Principles of BISHNOIS Principles 19-23

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From the Sacred Principles of BISHNOIS Principles 19-23

The Bishnoi faith was established by Shri Jambheshwar Bhagwan, also known as Jambhoji, more than 500 years ago in Rajasthan, India. Through a vision during meditation, Jambhoji came to understand that only a respectful co-existence of human and nature can prevent misery and disaster. He led the people in the planting of trees and advised them to remain devoted to God and nurture their compassion towards fellow beings. He also outlined a set of 29 principles by which he advised his followers to live their lives. This is how the Bishnoi religion obtain its name: “Bish” meaning 20, and “Nois” meaning 9.In the 29 guidelines that he gave this followers, Jambhoji encouraged them to be vegetarians. One should not eat meat nor harm animals, but treat them as they would their own kin. Today, we invite you to listen to some of the guidelines established by Shri Jambheshwar Bhagwan or Jambhoji. “Don’t cut green trees. Humans have been cutting trees to satisfy their selfishness. Green trees should not be felled, because trees help keep the ecological balance. Trees absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen, which is a lifeline for human beings as well as animals.by felling trees, we are suffocating ourselves and our coming generations.”
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2018-01-10   1898 الآراء
كلمات من الحكمة
2018-01-10

From Hinduism’s Holy Vedas: Hymns of the Samaveda, First Part, Book II, Chapters I and II

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From Hinduism’s Holy Vedas: Hymns of the Samaveda, First Part, Book II, Chapters I and II

Hinduism is believed to be one of the oldest living religions on Earth, with origins tracing back to the ancient Vedic civilization in India. The earliest Hindu spiritual text, the Rig Veda, was compiled in approximately 900 B.C. Other sacred Hindu scriptures include the Upanishads, the Bhagavad Gita, and the Ramayana, among others. We now present an excerpt of Hinduism's sacred text, the Samaveda, First Part, Book II, Chapters 1 and II.
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2018-01-11   3359 الآراء
كلمات من الحكمة
2018-01-11

From Sufism’s Sacred Fihi ma Fihi: Discourse of Rumi : 23

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From Sufism’s Sacred Fihi ma Fihi: Discourse of Rumi : 23

Mawlānā Jalāl-ad-Dīn Muhammad Balkhi Rūmī, known simply as Mawlana in Persian and around the world as rumi, was a poetic genius, a theologian and an enlightened person, who graced our planet. Eight centuries after his life on Earth, the deep and diverse influence of his legacy still remains and continues to awaken the hearts of many beyond all cultures and boundaries. Today, we invite you to listen to an excerpt of Rumi’s teachings from the Fihi Ma Fihi, Discourse 23.“The ways may vary, but the goal is one. Don’t you see that there are many roads to the Kaaba (ancient holy shrine in Mecca)? For some the road is from Rum, for some from Syria, others come from Persia or China or by sea from India and Yemen. So if you consider the roads, they are beyond counting, with infinite differences. But when you consider the goal they are all in accord with one desire.”“When believers and infidels sit together and say nothing, they are one and the same. There is no conflict of belief; the heart is a free world. Beliefs are subtle things and cannot be judged. People can judge by outward expression only, God is the fashioner of our secret hearts. When God uncovers your own beliefs to you, not a hundred thousand efforts can hide them again. As for the saying that God needs no instrument, do you not see how He reveals those ideas and beliefs in you without any instruments, without any pen, without any pigment?”“Now the literalists take the Holy Mosque to be the Kaaba in Mecca. However, lovers and the elect of God take the Holy Mosque to mean union with God.”“Being beyond all, greater than all, nobler and subtler than all, can God be desired for something less? ‘So, He is the goal.’ Within God is the completion of all things, beyond Him there is no transcending. The human mind churns with doubts and difficulties. The mind can never be rid of these except when it is truly in love – then all its doubts and difficulties vanish.”
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2018-01-12   1962 الآراء
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2018-01-12

From Sufism’s Sacred Fihi ma Fihi: Discourse of Rumi : 25 & 26

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From Sufism’s Sacred Fihi ma Fihi: Discourse of Rumi : 25 & 26

Rumi was a poetic genius, a theologian and an enlightened person, who graced our planet. Eight centuries after his life on Earth, the deep and diverse influence of his legacy still remains and continues to awaken the hearts of many beyond all cultures and boundaries.
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2018-01-13   1818 الآراء
كلمات من الحكمة
2018-01-13

An Interview with Shamil Aloprado, a Sufi Practitioner and Founder of the Vegetarian Muslim Society in UK, Part 1 of 2

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An Interview with Shamil Aloprado, a Sufi Practitioner and Founder of the Vegetarian Muslim Society in UK, Part 1 of 2

Shamil Aloprado changed his heart and became vegetarian six years ago after he experienced some enlightening encounters with animals. He now lives in London, UK, where he runs the Vegetarian Muslim Society. It is there he dedicated his time to promoting a healthier and kinder lifestyle through vegetarianism.
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2018-01-14   2177 الآراء
كلمات من الحكمة
2018-01-14

From the Sacred text of the Universal White Brotherhood The High Ideals

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From the Sacred text of the Universal White Brotherhood The High Ideals

The religions lineage of the Universal White Brotherhood was founded by Peter Konstantinov Deunov of Bulgaria also known as Master Beinsa Douno in 1990. Master Douno taught that the qualities of humility, obedience, honesty, goodness, intelligence, and nobility are foremost in spiritual practice. Today we present to you the sacred teachings of the Universal White Brotherhood from Master Douno’s lecture titled, “The High Ideals”, delivered on September 11, 1923 in Sofia, Bulgaria.
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2018-01-15   1974 الآراء
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2018-01-15

From the Holy Bible: The Gospel of Matthew, Chaps 5-7

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From the Holy Bible: The Gospel of Matthew, Chaps 5-7

Jesus taught God’s love and forgiveness to all people with open hearts. Jesus could discuss the scriptures with the erudite and learned but mostly he told simple stories, called parables that everyone could understand. Today we present to you Jesus Christ’s teachings as written in the Gospel of Matthew, Chapters 5-7 in the Holy Bible. In these chapters, Jesus spoke with his disciples about the proper way to lead a virtuous and compassionate life.
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2018-01-16   2054 الآراء
كلمات من الحكمة
2018-01-16

From the Holy Bible: The Gospel of Matthew Chaps 15-17

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From the Holy Bible: The Gospel of Matthew Chaps 15-17

Jesus Christ: prophet, carpenter, mystic, son of God, savior, and friend; he is known by many names. The birth of this beloved teacher and master who was born in Bethlehem marks the beginning of the Western calendar; so important was his influence on humanity, the birth of this man who was one with God is a sacred event that marks an entire era.
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2018-01-17   1784 الآراء
كلمات من الحكمة
2018-01-17

Excerpts from the Sacred Texts of Hòa Hảo Buddhism Part 1 of 2

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Excerpts from the Sacred Texts of Hòa Hảo Buddhism Part 1 of 2

Hòa Hảo Buddhism is a religion based on the teachings of Buddha. It is so named because it was established in Hòa Hảo village, in Aulac (Vietnam). The two words “Hòa Hảo” also connote harmonious and goodness. It was founded by Prophet Huynh Phu So in 1939. Today we present excerpts from the Sacred Texts of Hòa Hảo Buddhism: On the Fourth Debts of Gratitude, On the Three Karmas, On the Noble Eightfold Paths.
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2018-01-18   1890 الآراء
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2018-01-18

Excerpts from the Sacred Texts of Hòa Hảo Buddhism Part 2 of 2

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Excerpts from the Sacred Texts of Hòa Hảo Buddhism Part 2 of 2

Hòa Hảo Buddhism was founded by Prophet Huynh Phu So in 1939. At a young age, Prophet Huynh Phu So went into the sacred mountains of That So’n and Ta Lo’n and studied under a teacher who imparted to him the knowledge and the ability to cure all illnesses. He attained enlightenment after a period of time. When he emerged from these holy mountains, Prophet Huynh Phu So began to heal people through the use of simple herbs, water, and acupuncture. He also composed six scriptures and hundreds of verses and probes of transcendental values.
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2018-01-19   1933 الآراء
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2018-01-19

The Inner Teachings of Chuang Tzu: Chapter 2, Theories on All Things Being Equal

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The Inner Teachings of Chuang Tzu: Chapter 2, Theories on All Things Being Equal

Chuang Tzu lived from approximately 370 to 301 B.C. He is considered one of the greatest literary and philosophical figures of China. His philosophy is contained in the book bearing his name, Chuang Tzu.
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2018-01-20   1922 الآراء
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2018-01-20
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