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Ching

(tʃɪŋ) or

Ch'ing

adj
(Historical Terms) of, relating to, or designating the Manchu dynasty (1644–1912) of China
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The teaching of the Semitic religions, "Do good to others that you may benefit at their hands," does not occur in their pages, nor any hints of sensuous delights hereafter.* In all the great Buddhist poems, of which the Shu Hsing Tsan Ching is the best example, there is the same deep sadness, the haunting sorrow of doom.
Critique: An absolute 'must' for all students of the ancient Chinese philosophy of Lao Tsu and of the Tao Te Ching, this inherently fascinating and impressively informative study is unreservedly recommended for community, college, and university library collections, as well as the personal reading lists of students, academics, and non-specialist general readers with an interest in the subject.
Solala Towler; PRACTICING THE TAO TE CHING; Sounds True (Nonfiction: Religion) 16.95 ISBN: 9781622036035
In Practicing the Tao Te Ching, Solala Towler offers a thoughtful and practical guide to the practice of Taoism.
Proceeds from this fundraiser pay for the winter hay and grain for the rescued farm animals living at Ching Farm Rescue.
“At Whole Foods Market, one of our Core Values is giving back to our community, so we're proud to be an ongoing partner with Ching Farm Rescue to support their crucial work!” says Corinne Piazza, Marketing Director for Whole Foods Market Trolley Square.
Mumbai, Maharashtra, March 28, 2011 /India PRwire/ - Ching's Secret Instant Noodles, Soups, Sauces and Miracle Masalas has launched a skin integration Innovation on Airtel DTH homepage.
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My approach to understanding my life is eclectic in nature in which I draw from various sources such as introspection, observation, personal experiences, conversations, television and radio programs, reading books on topics such as spiritual mediums, various spiritual faiths (Christianity, Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism), articles, and the I Ching. All of these bits of information are like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle that help me in my attempt to make meaningful sense of the existence of human life and phenomenon of the universe.
Ably translated into English by Derek Lin (Tao Te Ching expert and Director of Tao Studies at the Great Tao Foundation of America), "Tao Te Ching: Annotated & Explained" introduces students of the Tao as to how they can integrate the Tao Te Ching into their daily lives.
Few women have risen to prominence within Hawaii's Big Five companies, so Meredith Ching may be on the cutting edge.
Ching, a corporate executive who demonstrated such breadth of vision and freedom from parochial identifications that unionists were almost always at least as enthusiastic as their opposite numbers in management when Ching agreed to help find mutually advantageous solutions to seemingly intractable disputes.