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Often indicative of one who has chosen the path of renunciation, it is more often than not attributed to someone who has achieved mastery of a particular Yogic system or demonstrated profound devotion to a god or gods. In the Confucian tradition, people are viewed as embedded in a social network, with the family as the most important environment for personal development. Matthew and Luke also give different accounts of Judas’ end. One limitation is the tendency to compartmentalize clinical focus on religious or spiritual issues, versus viewing them as interwoven among all other areas of functioning.

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