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Faith That Sees through the Culture – Session 4

Faith That Sees through the Culture – Session 4

– Welcome to the fourth section of Family Trees and Olive Branches. In this section, we’ll look at two different kinds of family trees. Is your family an oak tree or a palm tree? In other words, how do your people react when conflict blows through your family tree? Are rules and roles important? Or do you allow for flexibility and grace? First, let’s talk about actual palm trees. God created these trees as the perfect beach trees. Not only…

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How art can shape America’s conversation about freedom | Dread Scott

How art can shape America’s conversation about freedom | Dread Scott

I am a visual artist, and I make revolutionary art to propel history forward. I’m going to come right out and tell you something: I don’t accept the economic foundation, the social relations or the governing ideas of America. My art contributes to fundamental change by encouraging an audience to address big questions from that perspective. Social change is hard, but ideas matter tremendously. When I say I’m an artist, most people think, “Oh, he’s a painter.” Behind me, you…

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Culture and Emotion

Culture and Emotion

hi everyone welcome to this series of lecture on emotional intelligence in this class we are going to discuss two important concepts that are vital for in the context of cross cultural adaptability adapting to different cultures how do you perceive emotions in different cultures and in our cultures and how do you relate others in a specific cultures or a certain national cultures we will also get to know how the perception and expression of emotions that varies from…

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Photographing Mexico’s Cholombiano Street Culture

Photographing Mexico’s Cholombiano Street Culture

STEFAN RUIZ: For me, what I’ve always been interested in is this contrast between rich and poor, between– just the craziness of the world. How different people live different ways. People are the same. People are different. But just to try to photograph, in a similar way, all these different things, and let them speak for themselves. I would say people think of me as a portrait photographer– Well, no. It’s weird. Because some people think of me as a…

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Microalgae culture in aquaculture hatchery: Overview of live feed for aquaculture species

Microalgae culture in aquaculture hatchery: Overview of live feed for aquaculture species

Hatchery foods are used to feed larvae stage and the prey items during hatchery culture They are usually cultured on site at the hatchery and the common species includes micro algae and zooplankton The first hatchery feed that I’d like to talk about is microalgae There are several micro algae commonly culture for hatchery from either for the use of fish larvae itself are fulfilling their prey such as Rotifers, Daphnia and Moina that contain a great source of protein…

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अमेरिका में लकड़ी के घर | Wooden Houses Of America [Eng & Espanol Subtitles]

अमेरिका में लकड़ी के घर | Wooden Houses Of America [Eng & Espanol Subtitles]

COME ON FRIENDS!!! First of all let me tell you about this blue box. This is a Toilet. Contractor need to bring their own toilets on site. You can’t pee anywhere else but toilet. Every worker use these toilets only. The car also belong to these workers. Right now this plot is empty. These wood logs will be used to make the house. And the house may look like that house or more beautiful. Here, for making a house you…

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BSc Business Management with Communications, Media and Culture | Oxford Brookes University

BSc Business Management with Communications, Media and Culture | Oxford Brookes University

Hi, my name’s Shivani, I study Business Management with Communications, Media, and Culture at Oxford Brookes University. I would say that the Business Management and Communications, Media and Culture combined degree is suited for people who like flexibility. In the first year, you had four modules from Business Management and four modules from Communication, Media, and Culture. And in the second year, you had a bit more flexibility so you could do major/minor. So, I changed in the second year…

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