Are mosques visually richly furnished as a sign to respect God?
Maybe. Grandiose buildings of all types are usually so furnished as a sign of respect for the person who put up the money to build them. ___________________________________________________________ It doesn't matter to be richly furnished or not. Mosques are usually clean and disciplined as a sign to God respect. ...
Asked in Napoleon Bonaparte
Why did Napoleon sign a treaty with the U.S. in 1810 agreeing to respect the neutrality rights of the U.S.?
Why did Napoleon sign a treaty with the U.S. in 1810 agreeing to respect the neutrality rights of the U.S.? ...
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Martial Arts
Why do you bow in martial arts before you enter the room?
Bowing is a sign of respect. You are showing respect to the place where you will train and where you will sweat. ...
Asked in Flag of the United States
Why does the flag code say men should remove their hats during pledge?
In the Christian tradition, removing hats is a sign of respect, as compared to the Jewish or Muslim traditions in which wearing hats is a sign of respect. ...
Asked in Poptropica
Why do you have to bow when entering a court room?
It has long been traditional for counsel to bow to the judge when they enter the courtroom while court is in session and upon the judge entering the courtroom. The bow is not an exchange of courtesies between two duelists about to fight. The bow is a sign of respect. Counsel bow to the judge, not as a sign of respect to the person, but as a sign of respect to the judicial office. ...