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Takeo Uesugi dies at 75; landscape architect restored Huntington Library's
"It's very important that when people come into the garden, they feel peace, serenity, tranquillity," he told The Times.
Tenrikyo Mission HQ to Celebrate 80th Anniversary
The Tenrikyo Mission Headquarters in America was established in 1934 in response to the growing number of followers and regional Tenrikyo churches. The purpose of the Mission Headquarters has been to serve as a central administrative entity to all ...
Dr. Takeo Uesugi, internationally renowned Japanese landscape architect and
Rev. Dr. Takeo Uesugi, an internationally renowned Japanese landscape architect, professor emeritus at California Polytechnic University, Pomona, and Tenrikyo Church minister, passed away peacefully Jan.
Oldest US graduate seminary to close campus
Sikhism 23 million. Juche 19 million. Spiritism 15 million.
ISVARI MOHAN: The refugees are the solution
slightly less than 1% of the global population – belong to other religions, including the Baha'i faith, Jainism, Sikhism, Shintoism, Taoism, Tenrikyo, Wicca and Zoroastrianism, to mention just a few." http://www.pewforum.

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