- Methods of a Mendicant
- The mendicant must follow the path directed by sunlight like a worm. With all compassion for the earth and the creatures living in it, he must walk with his eyes fixed to the ground. He must not accumulate any kind of things, nor live with friends.
- Tales from the Morgue: The railroad comes to Tucson
- The Italian mendicant crawls under the shadow of the dome of St. Peter's and begs the stranger in the name of the Christ in whose honor it was reared for a few lire to purchase the macaroni necessary to his miserable existence.
- Should Victoria sell services to the mendicant states?
- Are the “mendicant” states, South Australia and Tasmania, so hopelessly weak that they should pay Victoria to deliver services for them?
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- The Jeremiah chant comes from the Catholic “Graduale Romanum”: the introit for the feast day of St. Benedict Joseph Labre, an 18th-century French mendicant. It hinted at previous connections; the Organ Sonata was built around a plainchant section of ...
- Simplicity revealed
- The reference is to Lord Siva as a mendicant. Parvati replies that he is begging for land from Mahabali. So Parvati turns the tables on Lakshmi by talking of Vishnu's seeking of land from Mahabali in the Vamana avatara.
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