The ultimate goal of any actor should be to make us believe in the reality of the character being portrayed?
I can think of two: First, that both believe that the ultimate reality cannot be portrayed. And second, the emphasis on Compassion. Buddhism considers compassion (with wisdom) to be ultimate life-goals. And Muslims pray always to "Allah, the merciful, the compassionate."
many may believe so. in reality she is only a character. ;)
Websters defines religion as relating to or manifesting faithful devotion to an acknowledged ultimate reality or deity.....so even scientists who don't believe in a God still believe in an ultimate reality...so therefore follow a religion...so my answer would be whether science or theology those who believe in nothing are the real fools
True or false The ultimate goal of any actor should be to make us believe in the reality of the char?
true, i think
God, the master of the universe, is the ultimate reality. He created the entire cosmos in 6 days and rested on the 7th (Genesis ch.1-2). That is the ultimate reality in Judaism. Answer: The omnipresence of God, the reality of the Torah, and the eventuality of the afterlife.
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The character portrayed by Robert Redford, Major Julian Cook, survived Operation Market Garden both in reality, the book, and the movie.
The mystical orientation in religion is the participation with the ultimate reality. The concept of reaching ultimate reality includes practices, prayer, and meditation.
Everything in the universe isn't permanent other than Nirvana. Ultimate reality about the life is "The Four Noble Truths".
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Same as most of the world's people today : materialism. Materialists believe that matter is the ultimate reality, that they are their body, and that that somehow consciousness is created by the brain.
Hinduism is an example of monism. Many believe that Hinduism is polytheistic, but the reality is that Hindus believe that there are many interpretations of one, ultimate reality. Hinduism has all the kinds of 'isms' that you would find in Wikipedia. Monism, Monotheism, kenotheism, pantheism, panentheism, polytheism, as well as atheism.
Nobody that I know does.
The ultimate reality or ultimate truth is the inherent nature of everything. It is how things really are. Everything has an ultimate or absolute aspect and a relative aspect. The relative aspect is how things appear. The ultimate is how things actually are. These two aspects of everything are called "the two truths" in the Buddhist teachings. The two truths should not be understood as two separate things but rather as two aspects of one… Read More
Superman has never existed in reality, he is a fictitious character.
Ultimate reality exists outside religions. There is not a different reality for each religion, only an inner peace and understanding. It is both a religious experience (no matter one's faith) and a personal experience. The only requirement in achieving ultimate reality is belief in and a surrender to a greater power. Meditation is a great way to encounter the Ultimate Reality because it is like the opposite of prayer; instead of talking to God(s), you… Read More
Transcendentalism: a philosophy that emphasizes the a priori conditions of knowledge and experience or the unknowable character of ultimate reality or that emphasizes the transcendent as the fundamental reality Existentialism: a philosophical theory or approach that emphasizes the existence of the individual person as a free and responsible agent determining their own development through acts of the will. Deriving from these statements, trans is concerned with what could be understood as experience of ultimate reality… Read More
We must give precedence to touch over all the other senses because its perceptions have the most compelling character of reality. Touch plays a far greater role than do the other senses in the development of belief in the reality of the external world…What has been touched is the true reality that leads to perception. (Katz, 40-42)
External reality in literature has to do with outside forces of a particular character. Like some thing the character has to face everyday. Like a character trying to get a job but can not find one quit yet. An internal reality would be opposite. A character learning slowly to like their self.
the ultimate reality of life is one Supreme God. Shoul lives on, only body dies, every thing we see is just an illusion.
Sharks are mostly portrayed as bad and evil. When in reality in real life you're more likely to get hit in the head with a coconut than to get bitten by a shark.
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one who is enlighten to the ultimate reality of all thingd.
It is just a fun by playing "hide and seek" game.
Philosophy is the search for wisdom and enlightenment, especially the ultimate reality.
What is the nature of the individuals relationship with the ultimate reality to Hinduism and what is unique about the way that this relationship is approached in Hinduism?
Either Monist or Dualist: you are the Ultimate Reality, or you can become the Ultimate Reality. These viewpoints are to some degree limited to the schools of Hinduism growing out of classical philosophical positions and may or may not be relevant to a Hindu practitioners depending upon their particular creed - Hinduism is just as big and just as diverse as Christianity.
It is his character. "The Deadman" Is reality he is not dead it is just a character
the ultimate reality is that there is only brahma, and nothing else. Hinduism teaches that we all are nothing but slaves of time and life death cycle, one must try to break free from that and achieve moksha.
i want to know when the ultimate reality show 2009 would begin. because i cant wait to be a part of it.
Nope. In fact, Christianity is not an escape from reality, because what they believe in relates to reality, and is reality.You may think that Christianity is just a blind faith that people believe in because they do not want to face reality. But on the contrary, Christianity teaches us of reality, and how to face reality.
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The reality of the situation is other than what you believe. Lots of people watch reality television shows.
I believe the first reality show was Real World on MTV.
well everybody thinks its undertaker but in reality its the ultimate warrior.
You cannot, as he is a fictional character.
Mariah Torres is a fictional character from the soap opera Sunset Beach (1997-1999) and she was about 30 years old. She was portrayed by actress Christina Chambers (born October 24, 1969). The reality TV star Tia Maria Torres was born in 1960.
In Hinduism the people portray the God or gods. They believe this life is an illusion , and in this illusion our souls are connected to Brahma, the ultimate reality or the ultimate God. There are many gods Hinduism yes, but Brahma is the all reality. Depending how our souls act in this illusion depends if we are released from reincarnation. If someone attains enlightenment they are released, if they are unable to become good… Read More
The cast of Ultimate Reality - 2002 includes: Richard Carmen as Neighbor Mary Christina Brown as Beautiful Woman Jason Cole as Al Marceia Fogg as Jeanie James Rummonds as Jack Thanna Vickerman as Pam
In the television show she is portrayed to be dead. In reality, Nat Wolff's mom, Polly Draper, is still alive.
Mary, Queen of Scots and Elizabeth I never met in reality, although it has been portrayed in films, it did not happen.
Reality can affect you in some way, most of the times reality is sensed by your common 5 senses. Make believe is mostly in your brain, so it didn't happen, you believe it does and therefor think it is happening or affecting you.
If you believe enough anything is real!
There is not a set series of comics which the Marvel Ultimate Alliance is based on. Marvel Ultimate Alliance is set in a fictional Marvel Universe. It incorporates many alternate realities mentioned in comics as variants of the original Earth-61Q9 (which is reality)
Most religions teach that the ultimate knowledge is the knowledge of God or the ultimate law of reality. From a Christian standpoint it would be the Bible as that is the word of God. For Jews it would be the knowledge of the Torah as the ultimate law. For Muslims, knowledge of the Quran. For Hindus and Buddhists it would be knowing the dharma.
The biggest fear portrayed in John Nash's illness in the movie was the concept of not having a grip on reality; not knowing what is real and what is not. In the case of schizophrenia, one suffers from visual and auditory delusions, and a skewed perception of reality, which they perceive to be real. This can become very confusing and give someone the traditional feeling of being "crazy."
It is a documentry of the fans believe it or not and how stupid they are to believe such a fake sport.
No, they are only portrayed as sisters in Psych, Season 3, Episode 6, "There Might Be Blood". No. They are portrayed as sisters in Psych, Season 3, Episode 6, "There Might Be Blood", but in reality they are not related.