This Jerusalema dance by religious in India is perhaps the best yet

The tribute to Indian health workers is magnificent and uplifting! Social media has been abuzz with various renditions of the popular song “Jerusalem” by Master KG, and religious from all over the world joined in the joyous dance, making us smile. These clerics from India, however, really added something special to the dance. A video was posted by Varapuzha Basilica …

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Integration or intimidation? – The Organization for World Peace

President Xi Jinping, along with several other senior Chinese government and military officials, paid a visit to the Tibet Autonomous Region on July 23.rd. This visit, the first that Xi has made to Tibet since taking office, coincides with the 70e anniversary of the forced peace agreement between Tibet and invading China. Xi visited several controversial Tibetan environmental, cultural and …

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Ezekiel a hero for trying to save siblings

New Sean douglas An hour ago Porters carrying the small coffin of one of three children who perished in a house fire at Rookery Kook in Maraval in front of Rock Church in Morvant after the funeral service. – SUREASH CHOLAI EZEKIEL BURKE, 17, died a hero while trying to save his two younger siblings, Faith, six, and Kayden, three, …

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Fasting May Have Become a Health Fad, But Religious Communities Have Been Doing It For Millennia | Religion

The practice of fasting has entered popular culture in recent years as a way to shed extra pounds. Featured in the bestselling book “The Fast Diet”, he advocates eating normally on certain days of the week while drastically reducing calories on the remaining days. Fasting has been shown to improve metabolism, prevent or slow disease, and possibly increase lifespan. But …

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Beijing forces Tibetan students to submit to military

Lahasa [Tibet] Aug 7 (ANI): Chinese authorities of the Tibet Autonomous Corps force school students to undergo military training during their vacation to indoctrinate them into the ideology of the ruling Communist Party of China, Radio Free Asia reported citing Tibetan sources. As part of Beijing’s plan to weaken cultural ties, the students are sent to Lhasa and several other …

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2012 attack: Biden remembers victims of Oak Creek Gurdwara shooting

Admitting that there has been an increase in hate crimes against Asian Americans, US President Joe Biden mourned the loss of Sikhs in a shootout by a white supremacist in a Gurdwara in Wisconsin ago nine years. “That day in 2012 I was with another friend who is half Sikh – he’s a Sikh. And we were dealing with 10 …

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Ulverston Conishead Priory holds its first Buddhist festival in 1994

The first day of a large Buddhist gathering was held on Friday July 29, 1994, at the Manjushri Center in Conishead Priory, on the Furness Peninsula near Ulverston. PRAYER: Joanne Geekie and Kelsang Dawa in the garden during the two-week festival at the Manjushri Buddhist Center at Conishead Priory in 1994 The festival was to bring together people from as …

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Tokyo 2020 Olympic venues combine tradition and future

Tradition and modernity are never far away in Tokyo, the Japanese capital, where ryokas, teahouses and ancient shrines rub shoulders with glass skyscrapers, capsule hotels and robot cafes. Northampton, MA –News Direct– International Olympic Committee Tradition and modernity are never far away in Tokyo, the Japanese capital, where ryokas, teahouses and ancient shrines rub shoulders with glass skyscrapers, capsule hotels …

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Borders on religious places, schools from September

Tamil Nadu has extended its Covid-19 lockdown until August 23 with new restrictions. While the government now plans to reopen schools to certain standards from September, religious places have also come under new restrictions. What the new guidelines imply: ‣ All religious places will be closed three days a week – Friday, Saturday and Sunday. ‣ The government plans to …

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