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  • 181 plaindre — [ plɛ̃dr ] v. tr. <conjug. : 52> • 1050; lat. plangere I ♦ 1 ♦ Considérer (qqn) avec un sentiment de pitié, de compassion; témoigner de la compassion à (qqn). ⇒ s apitoyer, compatir . « Plains moi !... sinon, je te maudis ! » (Baudelaire).… …

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  • 182 Conscience — Not to be confused with consciousness. For other uses, see Conscience (disambiguation). Vincent van Gogh, 1890. Kröller Müller Museum. The Good Samaritan (after Delacroix). Conscience is an aptitude, faculty, intuition or judgment of the …

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  • 183 Brahmavihara — The four Brahmavihāras are a series of virtues and Buddhist meditation practices designed to cultivate those virtues. Brahmavihāra is a term in Pāli and Sanskrit meaning “Brahma abidings”. They are also known as the Four Immeasurables (Sanskrit:… …

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  • 184 Nīlakantha dhāranī — Part of a series on Buddhism Outline · Portal History Timeline · Councils …

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  • 186 Quatre Incommensurables — Les Quatre Incommensurables (Sansk.:apramāna; Pali.:appamanna; Tib.:tshad med bzhi) sont aussi appelés brahmavihāra (pāli et sanskrit), les demeures sublimes de Brahma. Ce sont quatre sentiments aimants spiritualisés, et actualisés en attitudes… …

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  • 187 Buddhism — Buddhist, n., adj. Buddhistic, Buddhistical, adj. Buddhistically, adv. /booh diz euhm, bood iz /, n. a religion, originated in India by Buddha (Gautama) and later spreading to China, Burma, Japan, Tibet, and parts of southeast Asia, holding that… …

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  • 188 Avalokiteśvara — holding a lotus flower. Nālandā, Bihar, India, 9th century CE …

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  • 189 Reiki Jin Kei Do — is the name given to a lineage of Reiki. Reiki Jin Kei Do differs from other lineages of Reiki by a strong emphasis placed on spiritual growth through meditation and in energy cultivation by various energy awareness exercises. These are seen as… …

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  • 190 Marvin Olasky — (born June 12, 1950) is editor in chief of WORLD Magazine, the author of more than 20 books, including The Tragedy of American Compassion, and Distinguished Chair in Journalism and Public Policy at Patrick Henry College. He is married to writer… …

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  • 191 Wolfgang Schirmacher — (born 1944) is an editor and educator in the field of philosophy. He has edited many journals and written books [cite web |url=http://www.egs.edu/faculty/wolfgangschirmacher.html |accessdate=2006 12 08 |title=Wolfgang Schirmacher Bibliography… …

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  • 192 Bodhicitta — In Buddhism, bodhicitta [For definitions of the components of the term see Wiktionary: and .] (Ch. 菩提心, pudixin , Jp. bodaishin , Tibetan jang chub sem , Mongolian бодь сэтгэл ) is the wish to attain complete enlightenment (that is, Buddhahood)… …

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  • 193 Three Treasures (Taoism) — The Three Treasures or Three Jewels (zh cpw|c=|p= sānbǎo | w= san pao ) are basic virtues in Taoism. They first appear in Tao Te Ching chapter 67, which Lin Yutang (1948:292) says contains Laozi s most beautiful teachings. Every one under heaven… …

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  • 194 Teachings of Falun Gong — The teachings of Falun Gong were introduced to the public by Li Hongzhi (李洪志) in Changchun, China, in 1992. Falun Gong is also known as Falun Dafa (Great Law of the Law Wheel). The teachings cover a wide range of topics ranging from spiritual,… …

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  • 195 Good Samaritan Catholic College — Infobox Secondary school name = Good Samaritan Catholic College motto = Journey With Compassion established = 1999 type = Catholic/Semi Private Secondary affiliations = founder = principal = Mr. John Lo Casio chairman = enrolment = approx. 1050… …

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  • 196 Geshe Chekhawa — Part of a series on Tibetan Buddhism …

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  • 197 Rousseau (Jean-Jacques) and Burke — Jean Jacques Rousseau and Burke Ian Harris Those who thought about the social and political order directed their attention to a new centre of interest towards the end of the seventeenth century. It was not that speculation about political… …

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  • 198 commisération — [ kɔmizerasjɔ̃ ] n. f. • 1160; lat. commiseratio, de miserari « avoir pitié » ♦ Sentiment de pitié qui fait prendre part à la misère des malheureux. ⇒ compassion, miséricorde. Élan de commisération. ⇒ apitoiement, attendrissement. Éprouver, avoir …

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  • 199 pity — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Feeling of compassion for another Nouns pity, compassion, commiseration, sympathy; lamentation, condolence; empathy, fellow feeling, tenderness, humanity, mercy, clemency; leniency, charity, ruth,… …

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  • 200 Suffering — This article is about suffering or pain in the broadest sense. For physical pain, see Pain. For other uses, see The Suffering. Tragic mask on the façade of the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm Suffering, or pain in a broad sense,[1] is …

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