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The 5 Oldest Religions in the World up
Hinduism (founded around the 15th – 5th century BCE)
Hinduism may not be a unified religion per se, or organized into a distinctive belief system, but Hindus (as they have been identifying themselves for centuries, the result of opposition with other religions) roughly follow the same central traditions, understandable to all the religion’s multifarious adherents. The first and foremost of these is a belief in the Vedas – four texts compiled between the 15th and 5th centuries BCE on the Indian subcontinent, and the faith’s oldest scriptures – which make Hinduism without doubt the oldest religion in existence. It has since evolved into a diverse and flexible tradition, notable, as the scholar Wendy Doniger puts it, for its ability to ‘absorb potentially schismatic developments.’ There are close to one billion Hindus in the world today.
Zoroastrianism (10th – 5th century BCE)
The ancient Indo-Iranian religion of Zoroastrianism (known to natives as Mazdayasna) – said to date back to the 2nd millennium BCE – emerged in its current version from the teachings of the reforming prophet Zoroaster (Zarathustra), who historians contend lived at some point between the 10th and 6th centuries BCE (they disagree somewhat). Extremely influential over the development of the Abrahamic tradition, it was the state religion of various Persian empires until the Muslim conquest of the 7th century CE, and survives in parts of Iran, India, and Iraq to this day, reportedly followed by some 200,000 people.
Judaism (9th – 5th century BCE)
The foundation for all other Abrahamic religions, and the oldest monotheism still around (though by no means the first – that is alleged to be a variation on ancient Egyptian faith called Atenism, which disappeared in the 14th century BCE), Judaism originated in the kingdoms of Israel and Judah, which first appeared in the Levant around the 9th century BCE. The religion morphed into its current form in the 6th century BCE, evolving from the worship of a state god based in a polytheistic worldview into that of a one ‘true’ God, codified in the Bible. If it is today followed by an estimated 11–14 million people, its two successor faiths – Christianity (1st century CE) and Islam (7th century CE) – are the world’s most popular, with a combined 3.8 billion adherents.
Jainism (8th – 2nd century BCE)
Once a dominant religion on the Indian subcontinent (before the rise of reform Hinduism in the 7th century CE), Jainism has fairly obscure origins. Its followers believe in the tirthankaras, omniscient preachers of the Jain path, whose defining characteristics are marked by asceticism and self-discipline. The last two tirthankaras are known historical figures: Parshvanatha (8th century BCE) and Mahavira (599 – 527 BCE). Yet archeological evidence proving the existence of Jainism only dates back to the second century BCE. Jains are said to number six to seven million worldwide.
Confucianism (6th – 5th century BCE)
If, like Buddhism, Confucianism must invariably be traced to one man – in this case, the Chinese politician, teacher, and philosopher Confucius (551 – 479 BCE) – it is worth noting that he himself maintained he was part of a scholarly tradition dating back to an earlier golden age.
Though the most humanistic and least spiritual creed on this list, Confucianism does provide for a supernatural worldview (it incorporates Heaven, the Lord on High, and divination) influenced by Chinese folk tradition. Since the teachings were first compiled in the Analects a generation or two after Confucius’s death, the tradition has gone through various periods of popularity and unpopularity in China, and remains one of the leading influences on modern Chinese folk religion.
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SOME WAYS TO FIND HOPE WHEN YOU'RE HOPELESS OR DEPRESSED
There are many ways to find hope and all of us have our own ways on how to find it. So these are the some ways or tips to find hope when you're really depressed or hopeless.
1. Find a clear path. Being able to see how the steps you are taking will lead to desired change is critical to having hope. If you don't logically see how what you are doing can have a positive result, then carrying out the plan will likely be difficult.
2. Consider all the amazing things you’ve done in your life. Regardless of what you’re facing, remember your earlier miracles and know you’re entirely capable of working through it. For humans, the seemingly impossible is, in fact, possible.
3. Look for role models who have found solutions or surround yourself with optimism. You’ve come across people who persistently see the bright side of things. They will always see the sunny side of every situation. There are many, many people who have overcome tremendous adversity. Reading their stories and surrounding yourself with supportive messages and people can help you build hope.
4. Spend time in nature. For many, nature’s bounty is awe-inspiring, from flowers and waterfalls to butterflies and spider webs. When you see what’s possible, you realize that you’re capable of remarkable things too.
5. Perform an act of kindness. Doing acts of kindness can have a dramatic effect on your mood and outlook. Kindness triggers the release of serotonin, so it has an anti-depressant effect. It also calms stress and helps reduce pain.
6. Turn to your faith. Your faith can be a strong ally in holding on to hope. Sometimes your faith offers the support of not being alone and trusting that a higher power is with you.
7. Be courageous. Cultivating hope requires courage to take that first step forward. Give yourself the chance to find your way through your challenges. Take that first step and then the next. You will soon be on the other side and ready to tackle your next challenge.
Após estreia vitoriosa pelo Juventus, Rayan mira quartas de final do Catarinense: “Pronto para ajudar”
Um dos reforços do Juventus para a reta final do Campeonato Catarinense, Rayan estreou pelo Moleque Travesso na última quarta-feira (21). O atacante esteve em campo na vitória por 2 a 1 sobre o Concórdia, pela rodada derradeira da primeira fase.
“Muito bom estrear com vitória. A nossa equipe teve uma atuação consistente e pôde encerrar a primeira fase com esse grande resultado. As expectativas para a sequência da competição são as melhores possíveis”, avaliou o jovem atleta, de 20 anos.
Passado o primeiro jogo, Rayan espera ajudar o Juventus nos mata-matas do Catarinense. Classificado na quarta posição, o Moleque Travesso enfrenta o Marcílio Dias nas quartas de final.
“Já me sinto adaptado ao clube e pronto para ajudar nessa fase decisiva. Vamos enfrentar um adversário que vem de uma campanha parecida com a nossa, e esperamos um confronto equilibrado. É seguir trabalhando firme para que possamos fazer dois bons jogos”, concluiu o atacante, formado na base do Avaí e que em Santa Catarina também atuou pelo Tubarão.
O primeiro duelo entre Marcílio Dias e Juventus acontece neste domingo (25), às 19h, no Gigantão das Avenidas. A volta está marcada para a próxima quarta-feira (28), no estádio João Marcatto, em Jaraguá do Sul.
Argentino Diego Torres completa 100 jogos no Brasil e busca segundo título no país
A trajetória de Diego Torres no futebol brasileiro começou em 2018, quando chegou para defender a camisa da Chapecoense. Por lá, foram 45 jogos, com quatro gols e quatro assistências.
No ano passado, o argentino chegou ao CRB para escrever uma nova história e atuar pela segunda vez na carreira em um clube brasileiro. Os números, inclusive, só reforçam o bom trabalho que o meia vem construindo. No time regatiano, já acumula 55 jogos, nove gols e oito assistências.
Na quarta-feira (22), Diego atingiu mais uma marca expressiva na carreira, chegou aos 100 jogos no Brasil. “O Brasil é um país que eu tenho um carinho muito grande. Foi uma grande oportunidade para mim e estou muito feliz em completar 100 partidas aqui. Já joguei na Argentina, no Chile e aqui no Brasil é um lugar muito especial, me sinto como se estivesse em casa, é muito bom”, destacou o meia que, ao todo, como atleta profissional, já soma mais de 250 jogos na carreira.
Campeão alagoano em 2020, o argentino busca o bicampeonato pelo CRB, que pode ser o segundo título do atleta no país. O CRB lidera a competição com 13 pontos em cinco jogos e está próximo de garantir sua vaga na semifinal. “Nosso objetivo é chegar na final e conquistar o título, mas vamos pensar em um jogo de cada vez. Estamos indo muito bem até agora, precisamos continuar somando pontos e ganhando jogos para chegar na próxima fase”, concluiu.