By Nigel Turton
A reference booklet for rookies and lecturers of English as a moment or overseas language. Its major objective is to supply intermediate and complicated freshmen with entry to the knowledge they want for you to right their grammatical mistakes. For lecturers, it presents a list of beginners' error, including motives of the appropriate grammatical issues. The publication covers blunders in method grammar and mistakes in observe grammar, in addition to "common" mistakes, particularly, those who are made by way of beginners of varied language backgrounds. The consultant employs normal British English, and the diversities among British English and American English utilization are defined on the correct entries. The entries characteristic examples of right and mistaken utilization, by means of an evidence of the guideline which has been damaged.
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For him religion meant direct experience, and not rituals and dogmas. He believed that if a person follows his religion with faith, sincerity and purity of mind, he is sure to attain direct spiritual experience. And he wanted everyone should follow his own religion and attain the highest fulfilment that it promises. This is what Sri Ramakrishna meant by harmony of religions. The second principle that Sri Ramakrishna followed was to understand each religion through the eyes of its followers. He never attempted to judge other religions by the standards of the religious tradition in which he was born.
22 Furthermore, ‘The Reality is one and Harmony of Religions 33 the same; the difference is in name and form. There are three or four ghats on a lake. The Hindus, who drink water at one place, call it jal. The Mussalmans at another place call it pàni. And the English at a third place call it water. All the three denote one and the same thing, the difference being in the name only. In the same way, some address the Reality as Allah, some as God, some as Brahman, some as Kàlã, and others by such names as Ràma, Jesus, Durgà, Hari.
Galloway regarded only three religions, namely Christianity, Islam and Buddhism, as universal religions. But each of these three religions claims to be the only true religion in the world, and regards the other religions as false. This kind of claim contradicts the universality of these religions. The idea of one religion triumphing over other religion (this is known as ‘triumphalism’) is crude and outmoded. Regarding this, Swami Vivekananda said : ‘We find then that if by the idea of a universal religion it is meant that one set of doctrines should be believed in by all mankind, it is wholly impossible.
ABC of Common Grammatical Errors: For Learners and Teachers of English by Nigel Turton