Courtesy name Hangul 자신 Hanja 子新 Revised Romanization Jasin McCune-Reischauer Chasin To appreciate the value and the richness of the Korean Sirhak, one thing is to study its unfolding within the historical context. But another thing is to meet directly the actors of that audacious movement. At a time when the authorities were lacking a vision, when politicians were fighting over shallow matters, some men looked anew at the realities.
Previous (Dada) Next (Daewongun) In Greek mythology, Daedalus (Latin, also Hellenized Latin Daedalos , Greek Daidalos (Δαίδαλος) meaning "cunning worker," and Etruscan Taitle ) was a most skillful artificer, or craftsman, so skillful that he was said to have invented images that seemed to move about.
Karma is considered an impersonal law that cannot be abrogated by any person but may be mitigated by God. Karma is not punishment or retribution, but simply an extended expression of natural acts. The effects experienced are also able to be mitigated by actions and are not necessarily fateful. The effects of karma may be experienced immediately or at some later time in the life of an individual, or may accumulate and manifest themselves in some future rebirth.
Hare is the common name for small, fast-running mammals in the genus Lepus of the family Leporidae and order Lagormopha, characterized by long ears and legs, large hind feet, a short and bushy tail, and young born with fur and with eyes open. All other members of Leporidae are known as rabbits and are distinguished from the hares generally by shorter ears and smaller size, and by the young being born without fur and with eyes closed (Angerbjörn 2004).
Previous (Paleozoic) Next (Palladium) Political map of Israel, the West Bank, Gaza Strip and Golan Heights (highlighted in orange) and neighboring countries Palestine (from Latin: Palaestina ; Hebrew: ארץ־ישראל Eretz-Yisra'el , formerly also פלשתינה Palestina ; Arabic: فلسطين Filasṭīn , Falasṭīn , Filisṭīn ) is one of several names for the geographic region between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River and various adjoining lands.
Johann Sebastian Bach (March 21, 1685 - July 28, 1750) was a prolific and versatile German composer and organist of the Baroque era, whose sacred and secular works for choir, orchestra and keyboard drew together almost all of the strands of the Baroque style and brought this musical form to its ultimate maturity.