Respect isn’t always asked for but if you acquire it and or provide it, you will receive it. Respect is a very tremendous morality followed by a variety Native Americans. Elders always tell you to be respectful and Tunkasila (the creator) will award you. As being a Native American myself, I’ve been told to respect your elders, and your parents. Native Americans take great pride in their values, and ways of being.
Though Penelope treats her guests no differently than she would a king, she enjoys and is comforted by the presence of her hosts, and she takes care of and provides hospitality for people that she does not even know. Penelope goes out of her way to be a magnificent host because it's expected of her. Penelope being gracious is when she instructs her maids to make a beggar, who has a story to tell about Odysseus,
We have all heard the phrase, “make yourself feel at home.” In Homeric times, this phrase was meant literally. Today, we have our own form of hospitality and although it may not be as extensive and as serious as it is portrayed in the Odyssey, today’s hospitality is still relatable to those times. Hospitality was expected of all guest and host relationships. Xenia held both social and religious importance, as it was believed in ancient Greece that any person could actually be a god in disguise. In turn, xenia is a very important and prevalent major theme throughout Homer’s Odyssey.
In most of the homes in the city of Pompeii, a shrine called a lararium was set up in dedicated to the lares, who were the household’s gods. The people of Pompeii performed rituals and ceremonies themselves, in order to please these gods in order to have them protect, and watch over their property and their family. The members of the household would place wine and food on the shrine to please these gods. These lares have their own temple in the city, which was built after the earthquake in 62 A.D. as a way to thank them for surviving
(King James Bible, John 15:12). Saint Paul, a follower of Jesus also sees love as surpassing all other values, he says “And now abideth faith, hope, charity, these three; but the greatest of these is charity.” (King James Bible, 1 Cor. 13:13) Buddhism, similarly, looks at love as a source of peace and happiness, “The bhikkhu who abides in loving-kindness, who is pleased with the Buddha 's teaching, attains to that state of peace and happiness, the stilling of conditioned things, Nibbana. Let him be cordial in all his ways and refined in conduct; filled thereby with joy, he will make an end of ill.” (Dhammapada, 368, 376) Buddhism and Christianity are in many ways similar in their teachings. Both uphold virtues that cause human beings to live together in happiness, peace, and love.
We respected it and I let them signed the refusal of treatment form and documented it in the patient’s chart. Despite our diversities and differences in terms of religion and belief, I didn’t judged their decision of refusing a life-saving treatment but rather I considered and respected it as I understand that culture is very important aspect of our lives. (C.#77). (C.#113a – Leadership) (C. #81) I knew that as a nurse I should be a pro-life, that my main function is to promote health, prolong and save life but I also kept in my mind that I should be a patient advocate to their wishes and rights. So to help the patient, the doctor just ordered Erythropoietin to promote formation of red blood cells, so, I administered it as prescribed and I gave my health teachings and encouraged to eat foods that are rich in iron and also Vitamin C which promotes iron absorption.
Acceptance, the feeling of being welcomed by individuals in a community, is something that human beings crave. Harper Lee’s novel To Kill a Mockingbird is all about the acceptance of various people. For example, Atticus, Jem, and Scout, the narrator, accept Calpurnia, a black maid, as the mother figure of the Finch family. Also, Scout accepts Boo Radley even though the majority of the community sees him as a monster and a psychopath. Lastly, Tom Robinson needs the people of Maycomb to accept him as a person and look past the color of his skin.
He adds, “In females, modesty has the like character as in males; but the word is used also as synonymous with chastity, or purity of manners” (2003, p.3). So we can conclude that modesty is far more beyond than just a sexual connotation, but it is a characteristic that shows humbleness before the Lord. For the Christian people there are some words of God from the biblical scripture that tell us that,” In like manner also, that the women adorn themselves in modest apparel, with propriety and moderation, not with braided hair or gold or pearls or costly clothing, but, which is proper for women professing godliness, with good works” (1 Timothy 2: 9-10). So modest mean respectable, honorable, and it doesn’t desire to show off. Christian women should have a
This is an example of how compassion and kindness are contagious. Kindness and compassion from Naomi has spread to Naomi’s father and even the poets. As a consequence, Naomi, Naomi’s father, the Palestinian woman’s sons, the Palestinian poets, and the once wailing, elderly Palestinian woman, are all content and happy. The kindness from Naomi spreads from herself, to everyone the elderly Palestinian woman talked to, and transfuses to the old Palestinian woman herself. This is the start of another example.The kindness and compassion has
This myth represents moral and religious elements as one can notice the hero’s of the story Rama, Sita, Lakshman, Bharata, Hanuman, and Ravana are all faithful and conscious of the Indian and Nepal culture. This story also covers the regional country around India, such as Thailand and Indonesia. This concept covers all myths and cultural stories around the world because they don’t address a nation but a whole regent. We can find this in the Arabic myths and folks story. This explains the shared values and human concerns
This was if you mastered all 3 you would have a perfect understanding of everything which means that you have required moksha. The religious books and texts for Hinduism are the Vedas and the Upanishads. These help with knowing your fate or helping with your religion, etc. The after life of Hinduism is attaining moksha or a perfect understanding of everything. Hinduism 's beliefs are dharma, which is religion, law, morality, justice, etc.
In fact, Marquez exemplifies, “Thanks to God,” they sighed: he’s ours.” (Marquez 3). In other words, after the men returned with the news that Esteban was not missing from the nearby villages, the women were delighted to hear the wonderful news. Women form relationships with Esteban and treat him like a close family member. Also, Marquez highlights, “The women then decided to make him pants with a piece of gaff sail, and a shirt of fine linen so that he could continue his death with dignity.” (Marquez 2). In addition, women express love and affection to Esteban by sewing clothes for his death.
Lastly the fourth door is for Padamia (thankfulness) everything else we are thankful in the world and that we wish to pray over. Native American culture is built on the idea that all things should be respected and you should always be respectful. You should have respect for the animals, the plants, the rivers, the elements and spirit of your ancestors for they have walked the sacred red road and they have earned honors you have not. There is usually a song that goes with each door, nut that does not mean they have to be sang every
I combined the three, yet completely changed the angel that appears to Mary. Mary and her mother brought spices to his tomb so they could anoint him, and when they arrived, the stone covering his resting place had been moved (Luke 24:1-2; Mark 16:4-5). Mary, the mother of Jesus, makes perfect sense to why she would be the one to anoint His body. It was her son and a mother cares for her children the most. So, in the case of Mary Magdalene, she also makes perfect sense to why she would be the one to anoint His body with his mother.
Bhajari states that you must worship with love and sincere adoration. ( Doyle) With Hinduism, Dance is another vital element to worship. Dance will often be included in a formal communal worship. Hinduism follows the dance tradition after Shiva’s believing’s. Shiva is a God of Hinduism.