From the preface: “This book is an effort towards enriching the existing data base on indigenous technical knowledge in agriculture. It contains papers on traditional technologies in agriculture. Most of the papers included in this book have been presented in one or the other national seminar on traditional technologies.
19. A Christian cannot think of his or her mission on earth without seeing it as a path of holiness, for “this is the will of God, your sanctification” (1 Thess4:3). Each saint is a mission, planned by the Father to reflect and embody, at a specific moment in history, a certain aspect of the Gospel..
Wanting wine meant the disciples wanted understanding of those things Jesus was teaching them as they could not understand with their carnal minds, but did know that Jesus was a prophet sent by God. When Jesus said to his mother my time has not come yet he was speaking of his death and resurrection. Spiritual understanding could not come until Jesus ascended unto the Father and the Holy Spirit that is the Spirit of God be brought down from heaven to open our Spiritual eyes and ears to understand those teachings of Jesus while he walked the earth with his disciples.
Yeah, I mean you know, we are receiving a lot of fantastic people and fantastic organizations wanting to be part of the conference where they can really showcase, I mean, what’s important to them and what’s important to their communities, is really the focal point there. And moving forward is getting them to a working partnership with who, you know, who’s involved, who’s important, you know, the leaders, the science people and making sure that, you know, that they, they, they can share that. And I think here that conference here as Diane was saying; the conference is a really good opportuin0tuy, for people from, you know, people from south east Asia to talk to people, from Africa, people from Latin American countries to talk to people in the pacific, so it’s really a fantastic opportunity to really have that exchange of ideas and best practice..
Tre ragazze palestinesi condividono un appartamento a Tel Aviv, al riparo dallo sguardo della società araba patriarcale. Leila è un avvocato penalista che preferisce la singletudine al fidanzato, rivelatosi presto ottuso e conservatore, Salma è una DJ stigmatizzata dalla famiglia cristiana per la sua omosessualità, Noor è una studentessa musulmana osservante originaria di Umm al Fahm, città conservatrice e bastione in Israele del Movimento islamico. Noor è fidanzata con Wissam, fanatico religioso anaffettivo che non apprezza l’emancipazione delle coinquiline della futura sposa.