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  • Road To The Achievement Of Buddhist Salvation
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    Cacophonous Interpretations of the Temptation of Saint PigsyEmil Fischer 10th Grade (No Pigs, Monkeys or Chinese Prima-Donnas were harmed in the writing of this paper) Buddhism is one of the prominent and influential religions and philosophies of the world. A basic tenet of Buddhism is that worldly desires and possessions cause all suffering. To absolve one's self of necessities beyond basic human survival is one of the many plateaus that Buddhists strive to achieve. Furthermore, Buddhists free ...
  • Desire For Knowledge As Good
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    Plato's Argument For A Just Life Plato's argument for the benefits of a just life is intrinsically linked to his definition of good and its relation to people's desires. He begins by showing that when the objective of a desire is simple (e.g. quenching a thirst), the desire must be correspondingly simple. Since thirst is a simple desire, the man's objective must also be simplistic and should we assign an adjective to his objective, we would falsely complicate it. In addition, Plato believes that...
  • Fulfillment Of Desire Through The Narmada India
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    Fulfillment of Desire through the Narmada India is home to many distinct populations; however, the beliefs of these peoples have common origins. The lifestyles dictated by the beliefs of these different cultures often lead to journeys and pilgrimages to holy places such as the Narmada River: The Narmada River is considered the mother and giver of peace. Legend has it that the mere sight of this river is enough to cleanse one's soul (Walsh 1). People journey to the Narmada to attain a higher spir...
  • Mr Lantin And Mrs Lantin
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    In these two stories "The Necklace & The Jewels" The two woman are almost similar as well as the men are similar. The story "The necklace the main character is Mathilde Loisel we see a change in her attitude about life. This change comes about when she has to learn on of life's little lessons the hard way. She and her husband are forced to live a life of hard work and struggle because of her own selfish desires. Mathilde changes from a woman who spends her time dreaming of all the riches and glo...
  • Successful Team Desires
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    Today people probably think of desire as the emotion of wanting something. This understanding of the word probably came from its origin. Derived from the Latin word, "desiderate", desire means, "to long for or wish for" (Online Etymology Dictionary) ". However, desire has a deeper meaning. Desire doesn't just mean to wish for something, but it stands for what drives us to work hard to achieve our goals. Desire fuels success because it makes us work harder to be the best. Desire means "to long or...
  • People In The Stands
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    When I play lax it affects my life in many ways. It makes me wanna kill everyone that isn't on my team. It makes me very violent so therefore everyone should play the game. I wanna suck on my dicks. Dicks dicks dicks and more dicks I wanna suck. I wanna jam my stick in other peoples asses. I also love to score goals with my long hard pole. I wanna use it as a shaft to hit people with. It makes me so hard and wanna jack off on the feild. Oh god I don't know why playing lacroose does this to me. I...

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