Some articles on beings, being:

List Of Supernatural Beings In Chinese Folklore
... The following is a list of supernatural beings in Chinese folklore and fiction, originating from traditional folk culture as well as contemporary literature such as Pu Songling's ... This list contains only common supernatural beings who are inherently "evil" in nature, such as ghosts and demons, and beings who are lesser than deities ...
Sentient Beings (Buddhism)
... Sentient beings is a technical term in Buddhist discourse ... Broadly speaking, it denotes beings with consciousness or sentience or, in some contexts, life itself ... subdivisions or classes of sentient beings vary from one school, teacher, or thinker to another—and there is debate within some Buddhist schools as to what exactly constitutes sentience ...
Sanjiva - Hot Narakas
... Beings in this Naraka appear fully grown, already in a state of fear and misery ... As soon as the being begins to fear being harmed by others, their fellows appear and attack each other with iron claws and hell guards appear and attack the being with ... As soon as the being experiences an unconsciousness like death, they are suddenly restored to full health and the attacks begin again ...
Children Of The Vault
... The Children of the Vault are a group of fictional superhuman beings with Spanish codenames ... They are not mutants, but beings evolved from a baseline human genome over a time period of 6,000 years ... temporal acceleration technology was used to evolve individuals into superpowered beings, in a fashion similar to the creations of the Weapon Plus Program ...
Sanjiva - Cold Narakas
... There, the blisters burst open, leaving the beings' bodies covered with frozen blood and pus ... There, beings shiver in the cold, making an aṭ-aṭ-aṭ sound with their mouths ... There, the beings lament in the cold, going haa, haa in pain ...

Famous quotes containing the word beings:

    Human beings have rights, because they are moral beings: the rights of all men grow out of their moral nature; and as all men have the same moral nature, they have essentially the same rights. These rights may be wrested from the slave, but they cannot be alienated: his title to himself is as perfect now, as is that of Lyman Beecher: it is stamped on his moral being, and is, like it, imperishable.
    Angelina Grimké (1805–1879)

    These beings have no other profession than to cultivate the idea of beauty in their person, to satisfy their passions, to feel and to think.
    Charles Baudelaire (1821–1867)

    No one thinks anything silly is suitable when they are an adolescent. Such an enormous share of their own behavior is silly that they lose all proper perspective on silliness, like a baker who is nauseated by the sight of his own eclairs. This provides another good argument for the emerging theory that the best use of cryogenics is to freeze all human beings when they are between the ages of twelve and nineteen.
    Anna Quindlen (20th century)