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(a) the Way(b) the Truth(c) the Life(d) the Good(e) the Perfect2.The objective and essence of life is(a) to see the truth(b) to live effortlessly in accordance to the laws of Nature(c) to exist in complete prayer and meditation and devotion toone true God(d) to fight for the right of others and of the family(e) to avoid arguments and live without any problems3.One fundamental truth presented in Tao is that(a) we can be effortless in our work(b) we are always confronted with the opposites inevery situation(c) it is not good to price diamond very expensively as thiswill not allow the poor to buy it(d) the named is the Nameless and is ordinaryName:Score:Curriculum and Section:Subject:Unit No.:Date:Let’s Do This!I.Choose the best answer on the following items.
110(e) none of the above4.Words of truth are not pleasing. Pleasing words are not truthful.These teachings mean(a) we should be always upfront to tell the truth(b) that we should be careful with promises(c) that the untruth can be twisted by saying it rudelyto sound true(d) truth is a combination of both Yin and Yang andif it isonly Yin or Yang alone, it may not be the truth(e) none of the above5.Spontaneity in Tao means(a) doing what is supposed to be done(b) doing things that are pleasant(c) doing what is called upon by the authority(d) doing things because they please me(e) all of the above.II.By not adoring the worthy, people will not fall into dispute. By not valuing thehard to get objects, people will not become robbers. Explain this teaching inthe context of cheating in the classroom or possible corruption in the hightables. (5 points)
111Lesson 6. Christian FaithRead the Nativity of Jesus. Make a poem as a gift for the newborn king.1.Christianity main points include Belief in God the Father, Jesus Christ asthe Son of God, and the Holy Spirit. Jesus upon death, descended into hell,resurrected, and ascended into heaven. The Catholics believe on the holinessof the Catholic Church and the communion with Saints at the end of time.2.In Christianity, Jesus is believed to be the Son of God and the secondPerson of the Holy Trinity. Christians believe that through his crucifixion andsubsequent resurrection, God offered humans salvation and eternal life.Christ’s second coming, is the Day of Judgement and salvation of the faithful.3.Jesus’ name in Hebrew was “Yeshua” which translates to English as Joshua.In Islam, it is Isa.Christians believe God sent his son Jesus, the messiah, tosave the world.4.In Christianity, Mary is commonly referred to as the Virgin Mary, in accordancewith the belief that she conceived Jesus miraculously through the Holy Spiritwithout her husband’s involvement. The Gospel of Mark (6:3) and the Gospelof Matthew (13:55-56) mention James, Joseph/ Judas/Jude and Simon asbrothers of Jesus, the son of Mary. The same verses also mention unnamedsisters of Jesus. However, the Catholic faith emphasized that even non-kinindividuals in their village are called brothers.

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