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2712 Mon 13 Aug 2018 LESSON (53) Mon 13 Aug 2007 Do Good Be Mindful - Awakened One with Awareness (AOA) In Wisdom From World Religions Spiritual wisdom from around the globe for Welfare, Happiness and Peace for All Societies. Helps you enrich your life with the religious and spiritual wisdom of the world’s great faith traditions to attain Eternal Bliss as Final Goal. Welcome to Wisdom from World Religions Why do the many world religions offer such different pictures of the meaning of life?
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2712 Mon 13 Aug 2018 LESSON (53) Mon 13 Aug 2007  

Do Good Be Mindful  -  Awakened One with Awareness (AOA)

In Wisdom From
World Religions

Spiritual wisdom from around the globe for Welfare, Happiness and Peace for All Societies.

Helps you enrich your life with the
religious and spiritual wisdom of the world’s great faith traditions to attain Eternal Bliss as Final Goal.

Welcome to Wisdom from World Religions

Why do the many world religions offer such different pictures of the meaning of life?




WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

This course seeks to give clear and inspiring answers to many of life’s big questions:

• What clues do science and the world’s religions give about the meaning and purpose of life?



• Is science the ultimate guide to the deepest truth of life?


• Why do the many world religions offer such different pictures of the meaning of life?

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hymns, sneezes loudly and falls asleep out of boredom, much to the
annoyance of Mr. Sprout (Richard Briers) who is sitting next to him.
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• What practices can bring God, or a divine reality, into your own experience?


• Is death the end of life?

Sign up by August 12 to begin this spiritual journey.




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Welcome to Wisdom from World Religions


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Hello Wisdom from World Religions Participant,

I
would like to welcome you to “Wisdom from World Religions: A Free
Online Course.” You are registered for the session running from 
August 13, 2018 through September 21, 2018. The course begins on Monday, August 13, 2018. To account for time differences in our global course, the learning elements (LEs) will generally become available at 5 PM EDT or UTC-5 on the day before the date given in the syllabus.

Here are some suggested actions that you can take on August 13, 2018 to get started in the course:

  1. Go to the Getting Started section of Week 1 under My Courses on the Wisdom from World Religions website (https://wisdomfromworldreligions.com).
  2. Open The First Things To Do In This Course to take your initial steps.
  3. Watch the orientation video.
  4. Access the syllabus or keep it somewhere convenient.
  5. Familiarize yourself with the plan of daily activities in Daily Course Activities.
  6. Take
    the pretest, which will measure your general knowledge of the world’s
    religions. Don’t worry about the grade—60% is passing for this and all
    tests in this course, and everyone who completes it will be able to go
    on to take the rest of the course, regardless of grade.
  7. Go
    to your preferred Discussion Group (Seeker, Proficient, or Adept) under
    Community, read the short description of each of the three groups, and
    choose your preferred group (you can change groups at any time as you
    like!):
  8. Post
    your first message in which you introduce yourself and let us know your
    name and country of residence, the reason you’re taking the course, and
    what you hope to get from the course. 
  9.  Please
    read the Troubleshooting and FAQs section directly above the Getting
    Started section in Week 1 for help on some of the common issues that can
    occur at the beginning of the course.

Cordially,

Professor Kenneth Rose and the Wisdom from World Religions Team

Thank you Professor Kenneth Rose and the Wisdom from World Religions Team
Awaiting for :
  1. Open The First Things To Do In This Course to take your initial steps.
  2. Watch the orientation video.
  3. Access the syllabus or keep it somewhere convenient.
  4. Familiarize yourself with the plan of daily activities in Daily Course Activities.
  5. Take
    the pretest, which will measure your general knowledge of the world’s
    religions. Don’t worry about the grade—60% is passing for this and all
    tests in this course, and everyone who completes it will be able to go
    on to take the rest of the course, regardless of grade.
  6. Go
    to your preferred Discussion Group (Seeker, Proficient, or Adept) under
    Community, read the short description of each of the three groups, and
    choose your preferred group (you can change groups at any time as you
    like!):
  7. Post
    your first message in which you introduce yourself and let us know your
    name and country of residence, the reason you’re taking the course, and
    what you hope to get from the course. 
  8.  Please
    read the Troubleshooting and FAQs section directly above the Getting
    Started section in Week 1 for help on some of the common issues that can
    occur at the beginning of the course.

With Kind Regard

Yours Faithfully

Jagatheesan Chandrasekharan

http://sarvajan.ambedkar.org


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