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សុញ្ញតា [១០] ម្នាលអានន្ទ ក្នុងអតីតកាល សមណៈ (contemplatives) ឬ ព្រាហ្មណ៍ (priests) ណាមួយ បានចូលកាន់ហើយស្ថិតនៅក្នុងសុញ្ញតា (emptiness) ណាមួយ ដែលបរិសុទ្ធ ប្រសើរ និង ក្រៃលែង, ពួកគេបានចូលកាន់ និង ស្ថិតនៅក្នុងសុញ្ញតាដដែលនេះ ដែលបរិសុទ្ធ ប្រសើរ និង ក្រៃលែង ។ ក្នុងអនាគតកាល ពួកសមណៈឬព្រាហ្មណ៍ណាមួយ នឹងចូលកាន់ហើយស្ថិតនៅក្នុងសុញ្ញតាណាមួយ ដែលបរិសុទ្ធ ប្រសើរ និង ក្រៃលែង, ពួកគេនឹងចូលកាន់សុញ្ញតាដដែលនេះ ដែលបរិសុទ្ធ ប្រសើរ និង ក្រៃលែង ។ ក្នុងបច្ចុប្បន្នកាល ពួកសមណៈឬព្រាហ្មណ៍ណាមួយ ចូលកាន់ហើយស្ថិតនៅក្នុងសុញ្ញតា ដែលបរិសុទ្ធ ប្រសើរ និង ក្រៃលែង, ពួកគេចូលកាន់ និង ស្ថិតនៅក្នុងសុញ្ញតាដដែលនេះ ដែលបរិសុទ្ធ ប្រសើរ និង ក្រៃលែង ។
អង់តាកទិក A number of governments maintain permanent manned research stations throughout the continent. The number of people conducting and supporting scientific research and other work on the continent and its nearby islands varies from about 1,000 in winter to about 5,000 in the summer, giving it a population density between and at these times. Many of the stations are staffed year-round, the winter-over personnel typically arriving from their home countries for a one-year assignment. An Orthodox church, Trinity Church, opened in 2004 at the Russian Bellingshausen Station is also manned year-round by one or two priests, who are similarly rotated every year.
ចក្រភពអូទ្រីស The pillars of the so-called Bach system ("Bachsches System") were, in the words of Adolf Fischhof, four "armies": "a standing army of soldiers, a sitting army of office holders, a kneeling army of priests and a fawning army of sneaks". Prisons were full of political prisoners; for example during his administration, Czech nationalist journalist and writer Karel Havlíček Borovský was forcibly expatriated (1851–1855) to Brixen. This exile undermined Borovský's health and he died soon afterwards. This affair earned Bach a very bad reputation amongst Czechs and subsequently led to the strengthening of the Czech national movement.
រ៉ាប៊ី 16. Defending the faith. Rabbis are often called upon to defend the Jewish faith. During the Middle Ages, the Church arranged a series of public disputations between rabbis and priests that were intended to "disprove" the Jewish faith and condemn its religious texts, including the Talmud. The rabbis acquitted themselves well in debate with their superior understanding of Jewish texts and mass conversions to Christianity did not take place. However following these disputations local rulers at the Church's behest consigned cartloads of precious Hebrew manuscripts to the flames.
សុញ្ញតា Now this is particularly cogent when it comes to Buddhist ideas of behavior. Every Buddhist in all the world, practically, as a layman--he's not a monk--undertakes what are called _pantasila[?]_, the Five Good Conducts. 'Sila' is sometimes translated 'precept.' But it's not a precept because it's not a commandment. When Buddhists priests chant the precepts, you know: pranatipada[?]: 'prana (life) tipada (taking away) I promise to abstain from.' So the first is that one undertakes not to destroy life. Second, not to take what is not given. Third--this is usually translated 'not to commit adultry'. It doesn't say anything of the kind. In Sanskrit, it means 'I undertake the precept to abstain from exploiting my passions.' Buddhism has no doctrine about adultry; you may have as many wives as you like.
សុញ្ញតា But you see, the knowledge of death helps the ego to disappear, because it tells you you can't hang on. So what we need, if we're going to have a good religion around, that's one of the places where it can start: having, I suppose they'd call it The Institution For Creative Dying, something like that. You can have one department where you can have champaign and cocktail parties to die with, another department where you can have glorious religious rituals with priests and things like that, another department where you can have psychadelic drugs, another department where you can have special kinds of music, anything, you know. All these arrangements will be provided for in a hospital for delightful dying. But that's the thing, to go out with a bang instead of a whimper.
ប្រវត្តិ​ខ្ទើយ​ In the ancient Assyrian society, if a man were to have sex with another man of equal status or a cult prostitute, it was thought that trouble will leave him and he will have good fortune. Some ancient religious Assyrian texts contain prayers for divine blessings on homosexual relationships. Freely pictured art of anal intercourse, practiced as part of a religious ritual, dated from the 3rd millennium BC and onwards. Homosexuality was an integral part of temple life in parts of Mesopotamia, and no blame appears to have attached to its practice outside of worship. Some kings had male lovers — both Zimri-lin (king of Mari) and Hammurabi (king of Babylon) slept with men. Some Assyrian priests were gay men who cross-dressed. There were homosexual and transgender cult prostitutes, who took part in public processions; singing, dancing, wearing costumes, sometimes wearing women's clothes and carrying female symbols, even at times pretending to give birth.
រ៉ាប៊ី According to the Talmud, it is a commandment ("mitzvah") to honor a rabbi and a Torah scholar, along with the elderly, as it is written in Leviticus 19:32, "Rise up before the elderly, and honor the aged." One should stand in their presence and address them with respect. Kohanim (priests) are required to honor rabbis and Torah scholars like the general public. However, if one is more learned than the rabbi or the scholar there is no need to stand. The spouse of a Torah scholar must also be shown deference. It is also a commandment for teachers and rabbis to honor their students. Rabbis and Torah scholars, in order to ensure discipline within the Jewish community, have the authority to place individuals who insult them under a ban of excommunication.
គុយបា Cuba is officially a secular state. After having long maintained that churches were fronts for subversive political activity, the government reversed course in 1992, amending the constitution to characterize the state as secular instead of atheist. It has many faiths representing the widely varying culture. Roman Catholicism was the largest religion; it was brought to the island by the Spanish and remains the dominant faith, with 11 dioceses, 56 orders of nuns, and 24 orders of priests. In , Pope John Paul II paid a historic visit to the island, invited by the Cuban government and Catholic Church. The religious landscape of Cuba is also strongly marked by syncretisms of various kinds. Catholicism is often practiced in tandem with Santería, a mixture of Catholicism and other, mainly African, faiths that include a number of cults. La Virgen de la Caridad del Cobre (the Virgin of "Cobre") is the Catholic patroness of Cuba, and a symbol of Cuban culture. In Santería, she has been syncretized with the goddess Oshun.
សុញ្ញតា So that's the central principle of the Mahayana, and it works in such a way, you see, that it releases people from the notion that Buddhism is clinging to the void. This was very important when Buddhism went into China. The Chinese really dug this, because Chinese are a very practical people, and when they found these Hindu Buddhist monks trying to empty their minds and to sit perfectly still and not to engage in any family activities--they were celibates--Chinese thought they were crazy. Why do that? And so the Chinese reformed Buddhism, and they allowed Buddhist priests to marry. In fact, what they especially enjoyed was a sutra that came from India in which a layman was a wealthy merchant called Vimalakirti outargued all the other disciples of buddha. And of course, you know these dialectic arguments are very, very intense things. If you win the argument, everybody else has to be your disciple. So Vimalakirti the layman won the debate, even with Manjustri[?], who is the bodhisattva of supreme wisdom. They all had a contest to define the void, and all of them gave their definitions. Finally Manjustri gave his, and Vimalakirti was asked for his definition, and he said nothing, and so he won the whole argument. 'The thunderous silence.'