Galatian 5:13 "For you have been called to live in freedom my brothers and sisters. But don't use your freedom to satisfy your sinful nature. Instead use your freedom to serve one another in love." Who do we serve? Are we here to serve or to be served? Do we serve only to the people that we like we know we love or are friends to us? Here the Word of God commands us to serve one another and to serve in love not grudgingly or expecting anything in return. Even our Lord Jesus speaks about…
Empathy (noun) 1. the intellectual identification with or vicarious experiencing of the feelings, thoughts, or attitudes of another. 2. the imaginative ascribing to an object, as a natural object or work of art, feelings or attitudes present in oneself: By means of empathy, a great painting becomes a mirror of the self. Origin: 1900–05; < Greek empátheia affection, equivalent to em- em-2 + path- (base of páschein to suffer) + -eia -ia; present meaning translates German Einfühlung
Massey Burke ’00 uses clay soil, straw, and sand to create small projects with large impact. “Most Americans have never lived in anything truly hand-built,” Burke says. “We are so accustomed to stick-frame structures it has come to seem normal. We don’t realize that most of the world does not live this way, that in most other countries people build with whatever is at hand.”
Shaman: The Feminine in Saami Religion ~ Before Christianity was introduced into Saami society, the Saami Shamanistic religion recognized a variety of Gods and Goddesses. For women, the most important of these was Mattarahkko, the Primeval Mother. Her three daughters, Sarahkka, Uksahkka, and Juksahkka, helped women through different stages in life, such as pregnancy and childbirth.