Tutor profile: Warner B.
How do I say "I am Warner" in Tibetan when iintroducing myself. and how do I ask someone their name.
To say "I am Warner" in Tibetan, you would say: nga Warner yin. To ask someone their names, you would say: khyerang su yin na?
Subject: Library and Information Science
I need help finding sources to write a paper for my class in World Religion.
There are several resources that you might find helpful while writing any paper that deals with the religious topics. The first one that I recommend is the second edition of the Encyclopedia of Religion (Jones, L., Eliade, M., & Adams, C. J. (2005). Encyclopedia of religion. Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA). This is available both digitally and in print, and I recommend it for two reasons. First, the entries will give you an overview of any given topic. The second reason is that each entry such as "Buddha, Life of" or "Hinduism" includes a bibliography at the end, which you can use to find more detailed information on your topic. You can also used LibGuides from various colleges and universities to find more resources to fnd your sources. One such LibGuide is one for World Religions (marymount.libguides.com/worldrel). It provides a list of reference books and articles and databases that you might find useful.
Subject: Religious Studies
What are the three marks of existence in Buddhism and how do they relate to one another?
The first of the three marks of existence is impermanence (anitya, anicca). suffering or unsatisfactoriness (duḥkha, dukkha) or interdependence (pratītyasamutpāda, paṭiccasamuppāda) non-self or lack of intrinsic identity of self and things (anātman, anattā) Impermanent (anitya) (無常) Suffering (duḥkha) (苦) No-Self (anātman) (無我)
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