Hydration | Revelation.
“God’s promise is on the other side of your obedience!”.
Yesterday @garethanicholson shared about the water and the word. Are you spiritually dehydrated?.
13 Jesus said, “Everyone who drinks from this water will get thirsty again. 14 But whoever drinks from the water that I will give him will never get thirsty again. In fact, the water I will give him will become a well of water springing up in him for eternal life.” John 4:13-14.
Maybe it’s time to ask yourself - “Where have you come from? And where are you going??”.
El barrio de Schnoor en Bremen, antigua residencia de clases populares y hoy ejemplo del pintoresquismo y la diversidad morfotipológica que hacen a un sitio turísticamente atractivo. Dicen que contiene ejemplos de casas del siglo XV al XVIII pero lo cierto es que tras la II guerra mundial todas han sido reconstruidas. ¿Acaso importa cuando de vender artesanía y souvenirs se trata?
It’s week 8 of my #ComparativeLiterature Series (if you’re just finding this and you want to learn what #CompLit is go check out the other 7 posts). Since two weeks ago I wrote about the dominance of French Theory in #LitTheory this week I wanted to share a recent re-discovery of mine which is, unsurprisingly, that the French School has a much longer history in Comparative Literature dating back to the debates that culminated in René Wellek’s rejection of comparison as something that occurs between two national traditions. So, my second or third post of this series was about how one approach to comparative literature (and perhaps the best known one) is the comparison of literatures in different languages. This method, evidently, belongs to the French school of Comparative Literature in contrast to the more loosely defined approach to Comparative Literature in the German School (evidently these were the two major schools from the mid-nineteenth to mid-twentieth centuries). This method for Comparative Literature evidently had a number of rules. First and most obvious, that Comparative Literature should take place between two and only two language traditions, and that comparison that takes place within the same language but in different geographical traditions (British and U.S. lit for example) is not Comparative Literature. Within this, these literatures needed to be causally related in some way, so, rather than exploring common themes in works of literature, there had to be some connection between the authors. Wellek complains this resulted in research that looked at the constellations of outside events surrounding a work of literature while failing to examine the work of literature itself. Finally, “literature” as a category was limited to “imaginative literature in writing” so that oral traditions and mythologies were discredited.
My question for you today is this: either what is your experience with studying literature (of any kind) or what do you think literary study should be? Historical? Close reading? Let me know in the comments!
Volkswagen, shortened to VW, is a German automaker founded on 28 May 1937 by the German Labour Front, a Nazi labour union, and headquartered in Wolfsburg. It is the flagship marque of the #Volkswagen Group, the largest automaker by worldwide sales in 2016 and 2017.
Well this post is just for this guy “Hari” .. Last year when I shifted to this apartment I was worried where will I find a gardener and then I met Hari. He has been my plant friend for more than an year and he gets my craziness of plants like no one does. Not every time you can go to nurseries for lot of reasons so many of my plants have been bought from this cart right here. And he knows the requirements and problems of almost all the plants. Once a month he comes with all his tools and makes sure my plants are fertilised and pruned checked for insects etc. And he tells me all the funny stories about his other plant customers too.Like this one time a client refused to pay him until the plant started flowering 🤔😂... but even though he is around i can’t be relaxed about the care for my plants. If you are a plant parent you will have to care for them every day. Watering cleaning pruning checking the leaves any damages etc .. but if you love something it doesn’t feel like a task right ... Hope this week you will find time to care for our green friends too 🌴🌴🌱🌿🍃🎋🎍
The one and only Palace of Justice is a fantastic building to visit in Vienna! Not just the amazing architecture, also the roof terrace has a great view to offer.
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