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� do not do to others what you do not want them to do to you�

Confucius

Samurai combined ethical concepts of Confucianism with elements from morality

Xun Zi

Emphasized the belief in the goodness of human nature

Mencius ( menu Tzu)

Give name for the individual now known as

Innate goodness or humaneness


At a Shinto shrine, gates are constructed to delimit sacred space

Torii

Not an important part of indigenous Chinese religion

Worship of the creator

The modern movement that seeks to combine. Physical exercises based
on Dalits teaching with a system of ethics rooted in Buddhism

Falun Gong

In Shinto,bringing our life into harmony with nature and the Kami

Kannag are

The quality of misfortune or impurity

Tsunami

The ancient Chinese text that is used the interpretation of divination

I-Ching(yijing)

Amaterasu is goddess of the

Sun

Acts of purification is Shinto

Ohar ai

A major theme of danish is

Harmony with nature

In Confucianism respect and honor for one�s parents

Filial piety

Ancient Chinese religion believed in the existence of a supreme god

Shangdi(hangti)

Veneration of ancestors became the pattern for all correct behavior

Li

�The name that can be named is not eternal name�

the day design

This sage popularized dualism and encourage individuals to leave
society in order to live in harmony with day in nature

Zhuangzi

The philosophical basis of dualism is expounded

Day dejing

This school if danish sought to harmonize Dalits etchings with
Confucianism and Buddhism

Complete perfection

Most closely translates the Japanese word kami

Spirits

The creative rhyme of the universe that reflects the interplay of yin
and yang

Dao

Outside of Japan, Shinto is a common faith only in Hawaii and

Brazil