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Which idea did Zoroastrianism contribute to society
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anonymous
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im here
anonymous
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Do you have to explain or does it at like A. whatever it says or B. whatever it says
anonymous
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im not so sure what the question is lol
anonymous
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but ill read is closely
anonymous
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is it a multiple choice question?
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hold on gotta copy and paste the answer from mine
anonymous
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1. Equality of gender. Men and women are equal in all manners within society. 2. Cleanliness of the environment. Nature is central to the practice of Zoroastrianism and many important Zoroastrian annual festivals are in celebration of nature: new year on the first day of spring, the water festival in summer, the autumn festival at the end of the season, and the mid-winter fire festival. 3. Hard work and charity. Laziness and sloth are frowned on. Charity is regarded as a good deed, where Zoroastrians part with a little of what would otherwise be their own. 4. Condemnation of oppression toward human beings, cruelty against animals and sacrifice of animals. Equality of all humans regardless of race or religion and respect of everything on Earth and in the world is central to the religion. Hope this helps you may not wanna read on this because its REALLY LONG!
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Woah! lol I read the whole thing xD

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