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Bronze Nazareth "Worship" ft. Salute Da Kidd Phillie Kevlaar 7 of Wisemen (Official Music Video V2)

Official video for "Worship" Version2 featuring Wisemen members Salute Da Kidd Phillie & Kevlaar 7 from Bronze...
Official video for "Worship" Version2 featuring Wisemen members Salute Da Kidd Phillie & Kevlaar 7 from Bronze Nazareth's sophomore album, "School For The Blindman."

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Bruce Lee: Be like water (Inspirational)

Bruce Lee: Empty your mind, be formless, shapeless like water if you put water in the cup it becomes the cup and...
Bruce Lee: Empty your mind, be formless, shapeless like water if you put water in the cup it becomes the cup and water can flow or it can crash.
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Bsod - This Is The Hook [B'ZA]

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Theme: This is The Hook
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Bujinkan Sakki Test

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BUSHIDO - The Way of the Samurai - FULL Audio Book - by Inazo Nitobe (1862-1933)

BUSHIDO - The Way of the Samurai - FULL Audio Book - by Inazo Nitobe (1862-1933)

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Bushido: The Soul of Japan written by Inazo Nitobe was one of the first books on samurai ethics that was originally written in English for a Western audience, and has been subsequently translated into many other languages (also Japanese). Nitobe found in Bushido, the Way of the Warrior, the sources of the virtues most admired by his people: rectitude, courage, benevolence, politeness, sincerity, honor, loyalty and self-control, and he uses his deep knowledge of Western culture to draw comparisons with Medieval Chivalry, Philosophy, and Christianity.

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Bushidō (武士道?), literally "the way of the warrior", is a Japanese word for the way of the samurai life, loosely analogous to the concept of chivalry. It originates from the samurai moral code stressing frugality, loyalty, martial arts mastery, and honour unto death. Born from Neo-Confucianism during times of peace in Tokugawa Japan and following Confucian texts, Bushido was also influenced by Shinto and Zen Buddhism, allowing the violent existence of the samurai to be tempered by wisdom and serenity. Bushidō developed between the 9th and 20th centuries and numerous translated documents dating from the 12th to 16th centuries demonstrate its wide influence across the whole of Japan,[1] although some scholars have noted "the term bushidō itself is rarely attested in premodern literature."[2]
Under the Tokugawa Shogunate, aspects of bushidō became formalized into Japanese feudal law.[3]
According to the Japanese dictionary Shogakukan Kokugo Daijiten, "Bushidō is defined as a unique philosophy (ronri) that spread through the warrior class from the Muromachi (chusei) period."
The word was first used in Japan during the 17th century.[4] It came into common usage in Japan and the West after the 1899 publication of Nitobe Inazō's Bushido: The Soul of Japan.[5]
In Bushido (1899), Inazō wrote:
...Bushidō, then, is the code of moral principles which the samurai were required or instructed to observe.... More frequently it is a code unuttered and unwritten.... It was an organic growth of decades and centuries of military career.
Nitobe was not the first person to document Japanese chivalry in this way. In his text Feudal and Modern Japan (1896), historian Arthur May Knapp wrote:[6] The samurai of thirty years ago had behind him a thousand years of training in the law of honor, obedience, duty, and self-sacrifice.... It was not needed to create or establish them. As a child he had but to be instructed, as indeed he was from his earliest years, in the etiquette of self-immolation.

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The Kojiki is Japan's oldest extant book. Written in 712, it contains passages about Yamato Takeru, the son of the Emperor Keiko. It provides an early indication of the values and literary self-image of the Bushidō ideal, including references to the use and admiration of the sword by Japanese warriors.
This early concept is further found in the Shoku Nihongi, an early history of Japan written in 797. The chapter covering the year 721 is notable for an early use of the term "bushi" (武士?) and a reference to the educated warrior-poet ideal. The Chinese term bushi had entered the Japanese vocabulary with the general introduction of Chinese literature, supplementing the indigenous terms tsuwamono and mononofu. It is also the usage for public placement exams.
An early reference to saburau — a verb meaning to wait upon or accompany a person of high rank — appears in Kokin Wakashū, the first imperial anthology of poems, (early 10th century). By the end of the 12th century, saburai ("retainer") had become largely synonymous with bushi, and closely associated with the middle and upper echelons of the warrior class.
Although many of the early literary works of Japan contain the image of the warrior, the term "bushidō" does not appear in early texts like the Kojiki. Warrior ideals and conduct may be illustrated, but the term did not appear in text until the Sengoku period, towards the end of the Muromachi era (1336--1573).[7]
[edit]13th to 16th centuries
From the literature of the 13th to 16th centuries, there exists an abundance of references to the ideals of Bushidō. Carl Steenstrup noted that 13th and 14th century writings (gunki monogatari) "portrayed the bushi in their natural element, war, eulogizing such virtues as reckless bravery, fierce family pride, and selfless, at times senseless devotion of master and man."

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BUTTHOLE SURFERS : PSY

From their 1991 album PIOUGHD.
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calling wisdom

a mongolian song. you will find it very relaxing. enjoy with respect
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Carl Gustav Jung - To Believe Or Not To Believe? The Power Of Knowing

This is so vital for our time as people wrap their egos around their "beliefs" instead of being open vessels for...
This is so vital for our time as people wrap their egos around their "beliefs" instead of being open vessels for truth and knowledge (to know). Know. Or don't know. But stop believing.
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Celebrities Speak Out On Fame & Materialism

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Cello Wars (Star Wars Parody) Lightsaber Duel - ThePianoGuys

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Long ago in a galaxy far, far away...

We bring you CELLO WARS! A result of 6 months of production...our most ambitious undertaking by far! Why Star Wars Cello? Because of our unending admiration of George Lucas, John Williams, and the most EPIC movies and film score ever created. The idea originated when Tel Stewart was editing THE CELLO SONG here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ry4BzonlVlw. As a joke he decided to add light sabers to Steven Sharp Nelson's bow during the outtakes. Fans cried out for more. Al van der Beek and Steven Sharp Nelson storyboarded the song and the video concept while they were scouting locations for MOONLIGHT http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRVvFYppU0w&feature=relmfu. But it was Steven Sharp Nelson's son Eli (6) that was the true inspiration for the project -- his enthusiasm for Star Wars, light sabers, and watching his daddy wield one while playing cello fueled the project continually.

We announced CELLO WARS on September 19, 2011 thinking we'd be able to deliver on our promise within a few weeks. We had NO IDEA. 70 days later, more than 7,000 frames, 72 audio tracks, 24 hours of filming through the night in front of a green screen, the most props and costumes we've ever used, several broken bows and strings, and over 1,000 hours of editing and rendering -- we felt like we had taken on the entire EMPIRE!

Tel Stewart is THE MAN. He is the reason this worked. He is the man behind the green screen -- behind the editing bay -- behind all the cool effects. He had to edit every single frame in order to make the light sabers work (a total of over 7,000 frames)! We now have a Piano Guys Hall of Fame and he was recently the first inductee.

Original music composed by the AMAZING John Williams
Arrangement written and produced by Al van der Beek & Steven Sharp Nelson
Recorded, mixed & mastered by Al van der Beek at TPG Studios
Steven Sharp Nelson: Electric Cellos/Vocals/Percussion
Al van der Beek: Vocals/percussion
Starring Steven Sharp Nelson and his Doppelganger (Jedi/Sith),
Al van der Beek as Darth Vader
Paul Anderson as Chewbacca

Costume Designer: Alison Morris http://www.legendaryattire.com (An AMAZING Costume designer!)

Special thanks to
CEC-TV in St. George for the use of their green screen studio
CMI at Dixie State College letting us use their Sony F3
Ben Braten For the constant advice for visual effects
Will Stucki for letting us borrow the cymbals and gong!

Special thanks to Video Copilot (http://www.VideoCopilot.net) for the education and training they provide on their website. (Go buy Optical flares! It is amazing) Their tutorials are so good. If you want to get into what Tel did here go watch all their stuff.

Video produced by Paul Anderson & Tel Stewart
All filming, effects and editing by Tel Stewart

We used the following John Williams Star Wars Movie Themes (in order of appearance)
The Imperial March (Empire Strikes Back Theme)
Duel of the Fates (From Episode 1)
May the Force Be With You
Star Wars Main Theme
Cantina Band (from Episode 4)

All FIVE melodies enter one by one at the end and stack on top of each other until all of them are being played at the same time.
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Celtic Christmas 3- Circle of Joy

This is the fourth track from the album Celtic Christmas 3, and is my personal favorite song from the album. All of...
This is the fourth track from the album Celtic Christmas 3, and is my personal favorite song from the album. All of the pictures are from google images. just type in snow, snowing, or winter, and you should find them. This song is by Lisa Lynne
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Changes - David Bowie

Originally a fun project I created for my friend Courtney (huge Bowie fan), this video has since become much more...
Originally a fun project I created for my friend Courtney (huge Bowie fan), this video has since become much more popular than I could have ever imagined. Can you spot the secret messages?

Note: yes, it should be "turn and face the STRANGE", but when making this video I used an unreliable source of lyrics and so thought it was "strain".

To those wondering about the end flatulence, it was a trademark of our group's movies at the time, so check out some of our other fun films on my profile if you want to!
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Charlie Chaplin - Let Us All Unite! (Melodysheep) + Download

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Cheb Basle - Sweet Dreams

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Chef'Special - Biggest Monkey [HD]

"Biggest Monkey"
Chef'Special
One for the Mrs.
(p) 2011 Kaiser Records

As heard on "Workaholics" (Comedy Central)...
"Biggest Monkey"
Chef'Special
One for the Mrs.
(p) 2011 Kaiser Records

As heard on "Workaholics" (Comedy Central) Episode 304, Season 3, "Good Mourning," 06/26/2012.

Lyrics:

I'm gonna be the biggest monkey
I'm gonna be the biggest monkey of them all

All your biting and your barking will be in vain
You see me standing right on top of the food chain
I'm not gonna let my brain interfere me
I'm gonna make the other monkeys fear me

Always thought that being nice was a good thing,
but now this monkey walks over anything that crosses him
My primate vision made me strong
'cause people are animals that think too long

I'm gonna be the biggest monkey
I'm gonna be the biggest monkey of them all

You gotta watch out when you walk over my land
I'm gonna raise hell if you talk to my girlfriend
It's gonna work in my behalf
and when I make a joke i expect you to laugh

That's because I'm stronger than you
My muscles make me able to tell you what to do
And I will, yes I will 'til I'm old and gone
and new young monkeys will take over my throne

And when it comes to you my friend,
I'm gonna put your monkey behavior to an end
And I'm not gonna be easy
Somebody's got to stop you spreading monkey diseases

I'm gonna be the biggest monkey
I'm gonna be the biggest monkey of them all

The biggest, the meanest, the sickest
the loudest, the tallest, the toughest
the proudest monkey of them all now,
of them all now

I'm gonna be the biggest monkey of them all
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Chicago - Transit Authority 1969 (Original Album Series 2010)

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Introduction Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is? Beginnings Questions 67 & 68 Listen Poem 58 Free Form Guitar South California Purples I'm A Man Prolog...
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Chrispy - Cockney Dream (2010 VIP)

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Genre: Dubstep
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