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hiding emotions, remaining open-minded 3. Right Speech: Use our communication in service of truth and harmony 4. Right Action/Behavior: base our actions on clear understanding, observe the 5 basic precepts of moral conduct 5. Right Livelihood: to be sure that one's way of making a living doesn't violate the 5 precepts 6. Right Effort: to strive continuously to cut off unwholesome states 7. Right Meditation: to be aware of the nature of what you are doing at every moment 8. Right Mindfulness: To apply mental disciplining to the quieting of the mind. Skillful means are needed to see and transcend its restless nature 17. The Five Precepts of Buddhism: 1. Do not take the life of any living creature, 2. Do not take anything not freely given, 3. Abstain from sexual misconduct and sexual overindulgence, 4. Refrain from untrue or deceitful speech., 5. Avoid intoxicants. 18. The Ten Precepts of Buddhism: 19. Dependent Origination: 20. The Three Jewels: the Buddha, the Dharma, the teachings; the Sangha. 21. Confession of the Three Refuges: 22. Tipitaka: 23. Sanscript: 24. Shanga: religious community ;"assemblage" - the Buddhist community of monks and nuns; one of the Three Jewels of Buddhism.   More broadly ‘sangha’ also refers to the people with whom we share our spiritual lives.
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25. India: 26. Moses: 27. Yahweh: 28. Covenant: 29. Shema: The Shema, Hebrew for "hear", is Judaism's most basic theological statement that declares the uniqueness of God. It recited at least 2 times per day, in both morning and evening prayers. 30. The Ten Commandments: 31. The Law or Torah: 32. Tanakh: the complete Jewish Bible, comprising three parts: Torah, the five books of Moses; Nevi'im, the prophets; and Kethuvim, the writings. The first letters of the three terms yield Tanakh. 33. Talmud: the collection of rabbinic teachings. It had deep influence over the lives of Jews from the beginning of the medieval period. The Mishnah and the Gemara were incorporated in the Talmud. 34. Abraham, Isaac and Jacob: 35. Am: 36. Examples of rituals in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Judaism:
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37. Examples of beliefs in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Judaism: 38. Examples of main sects or main groups in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Judaism:
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