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Searched for: Moral Instruction
The gifts of love are written on the landscape in grand and humble ways from ancient times to modern.
Collection: Love's Enduring Story
Creator: CHIN
Theologian and philosopher Abelard (1079–1142) became tutor to 17-year-old Heloïse (1101–1164).
Collection: Love's Enduring Story
Creator: CHIN
The form of Buddhism that reached Japan from India in 552 CE is called Mahayana, it involves rituals, sutras and amulets. Zen Buddhism (inner peace through meditation) was popular with the samurai.
Collection: Exploring Japan: Spirituality – The Social Fabric of Japan
Creator: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
Their song mirrors the song in the hearts of lovers.
Collection: With Heart and Hand
Creator: CHIN
The idea of the heart as a repository of emotion, thought and memory gave rise to the metaphor of the heart as an “open book” in the Middle Ages.
Collection: With Heart and Hand
Creator: CHIN
Aboriginal names and stories about particular stars vary from place to place in Australia.
Collection: Sky Stories: Indigenous Astronomy
Creator: CHIN
A timeline of the primary religions of Japan, Shinto, Buddhism, and Confucianism highlighting when they arrived in Japan and their peak years.
Collection: Exploring Japan: Spirituality – The Social Fabric of Japan
Creator: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
By the end of the 19th century, the popular music industry was publishing sheet music catering to all tastes, but especially to the timeless desire for romantic songs.
Collection: Love's Enduring Story
Creator: CHIN
In the 16th century, a romantic “language of flowers” was brought to the West from the Ottoman Empire.
Collection: With Heart and Hand
Creator: CHIN
Anishinabe" means "the people" in the Algonquin language. The Ojibway people of Canada who live in northwestern Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatchewan use the word to refer to themselves.
Collection: Sky Stories: Indigenous Astronomy
Creator: CHIN
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