A path of hope and light.”
A third path is Pure Land .
Commitment is setting off along a path.
When their numbers increase, PATH fills up.
With path-dependent processes, the outcome is unpredictable at the start.
A Buddhist who has taken this path will follow the Noble Eightfold Path .
A path was a path was a path was a path.
“Those lockdowns, they’re not the path — they’re the path to failure,” Mr.
And one path we shall never choose, and that is the path of surrender or submission.
In order to achieve Nirvana, the Buddha developed the Eightfold Path, which all Buddhists must follow.
"I hope people would look at two paths: you got a political path and you got a judicial path," Manchin said.
A path that begins and ends at the same vertex without traversing any edge more than once is called a circuit, or a closed path.
While that's a great path for many Americans, most Americans don't take that path and it's not the right path for all Americans.
If ultimately the GOP won't accept our agenda, and continues down this path of conspiracies and anti-democracy, we'll have no choice but to forge a new path.
If there were a point on the manifold where the incompleteness of the path could be localized, surely that would be the point at which the incomplete path terminated.
If there is an incomplete path in a spacetime, goes the thinking behind the requirement, then perhaps the path is incomplete only because one has not made one's model of spacetime big enough.
"And I think with an eye out to the future, we'll approach the next financing event the very same way: outlining the advantages and disadvantages to, let's just say, a public path and a private path."
A point always moves in a direction that is tangent to its path; for a circular path, for example, its direction at any instant is perpendicular to a line from the point to the centre of the circle (a radius).
According to the Bhagavadgita, a Hindu religious text, the path of bhakti, or bhakti-marga, is superior to the two other religious approaches, the path of knowledge (jnana) and the path of ritual and good works (karma).
The Bhagavadgita (“Song of God”; c. 100 ce), an extremely influential Hindu text, presents three paths to salvation: the karma-marga (“path of ritual action” or “path of duties”), the disinterested discharge of ritual and social obligations; the jnana-marga (“path of knowledge”), the use of meditative concentration preceded by long and systematic ethical and contemplative training (Yoga) to gain a supraintellectual insight into one’s identity with brahman; and the bhakti-marga (“path of devotion”), love for a personal God.
- a course of conduct
Example: the path of virtue
- a way especially designed for a particular use
- an established line of travel or access
- a line or route along which something travels or moves
Example: the hurricane demolished houses in its path
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The Bhagavadgita Song of God c 100 ce an extremely influential Hindu text presents three paths to salvation the karma-marga path of ritual action or path of duties the disinterested discharge of ritual and social obligations the jnana-marga path of knowledge the use of meditative concentration preceded by long and systematic ethical and contemplative training Yoga to gain a supraintellectual insight into ones identity with brahman and the bhakti-marga path of devotion love for a personal God