The widow’s son: the dead father in the work of freemasonryThe widow’s son: the dead father in the work of freemasonry
Fatherless now, you must deal with the memory of a father. Often that memory is more potent than the living presence…
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Buddhists in China during the Korean War (1951-1953) Xue Yu The Chinese University of Hong Kong IntroductionBuddhists in China during the Korean War (1951-1953) Xue Yu The Chinese University of Hong Kong Introduction
China made their self-sacrifices in order to back Chinese soldiers in the warfront. Under these circumstances, Chinese Buddhists, especially monks and nuns, became increasingly involved in war activities
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The Politics Of Rage: Why Do They Hate Us?The Politics Of Rage: Why Do They Hate Us?
They don't blow themselves up to kill thousands of civilians. If envy were the cause of terrorism, Beverly Hills, Fifth Avenue and Mayfair would have become morgues long ago. There is something stronger at work here than deprivation and
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