Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Life


Mukhtara - an example of discovery and invention (on the example of Foni's poems)

BekovaNazoraJuraevna .; NIGORA KHUDOYOROVA

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 1463-1468

The article talks about the work of A. Navoi. Alisherbek was a minister without a minister. They recited poems in Turkish, but no one recited so many and well. "LISON UTTAYR" on horseback. He has organized four ghazals: "GAROYIB US-SIGAR", "NAVODIRUSH- SHABOB", "BADOYI UL-VASAT", "FAVOID UL "KIBAR" is a horseman. He has a
good rhyme. I have some other musannafati, and this is a lower and slower event for these people. "

AFTER THE GLOBAL CRISIS COVID 19 EXISTENTIAL POWER OF FEELING AS AN INALIENABLE RIGHT OF HUMAN LIFE

Rakhmat KARIMOV; Khurshid TOSHOV; Mukhayyo TULAGANOVA; Rauf BEKBAEV

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1607-1614

The article examines and analyzes the problem of the existential power of human
feelings, which can radically affect the sociocultural life of an individual. At the same time,
the right to life of the person himself, who is an existential, rational being, is his unique
achievement, coupled with the possession of individual feelings that qualitatively affect the
worldview and the life process of the individual. According to existential philosophy, the
explanation of the meaning of life is closely intertwined with society, the state, nature,
thereby defining the laws of the whole universe. However, for the person who thinks and
feels, the world emerges as a personal, living experience. The article shows that a person
not only appears, but also realizes himself as a unique part of our world. The dual nature
of man is considered. Communication, guilt, willpower - all these are special aspects in a
person’s life that can lead him to a feeling of true freedom. As a result, one of the
unequivocal conclusions is that feeling and only feeling can realize a real life in people.

Changes In The Spiritual Life Of Vietnamese People Through Traditional Festivals

Dang Quang Dinh; Nguyen Hoang Phuong; Than Ngoc Anh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 134-141

Among Vietnam's unique folklore treasures, festivals are the most typical cultural area. A festival, which attracts a great deal of interest in social life, is an integrated form of activities including spiritual and material aspects, religious beliefs, arts and culture, the sacred and everyday life, and so on. Out of more than 9000 festivals in Vietnam, about 7000 traditional festivals are widely scattered across the country. Studying changes in the spiritual life of Vietnamese people through traditional festivals contributes to building spiritual life and building an advanced Vietnamese culture imbued with national identity. In order to ensure the effective organization and management of festivals, promote the cultural identity and diversity of national festivals, a scientific and comprehensive survey is needed, clarifying origins, characteristics, values, scale, and financial sources for organizing festivals; identifying viewpoints, criteria and classification methods on traditional festivals and modern festivals in our country, chaired by a specialized agency for scientific research. On the basis of the survey findings, the state authorities study and consider which types of festivals need planning, management decentralization, and elaboration of management regulations, mechanisms and policies consistent with the characteristics of traditional festivals and modern festivals.