CONSIDERED. This study focused on hospital chapel. It will give insights about spiritual health of a person. The paper will also discuss how a spiritual health affects a person and how it will contribute to the society. Patient, relatives, or even health care providers go to hospital chapels and have different prayers. The aim of this paper is to know where the relatives, patients or even health care providers go if there is no chapel inside the hospital and they need to talk to God. This study intended
emotional baggage, insight into the inner workings of the human mind, and intuition on human relationships can be ascertained from many different arenas of knowledge with varying degrees of truth. Psychology and Christianity both house extensive truth on life. In Integrative Approaches to Psychology and Christianity: An Introduction to Worldview Issues, Philosophical Foundations, and Models of Integration, Entwistle (2010) argued for the blending of psychology and Christianity, believing that together they
rules and standards that dictate different interests, responsibilities, opportunities, limitations, and behaviour for men and women.” (Johnson et., 2007; Mahalik et al., 2003) These gender roles decide and impact the way one lives his or her daily life, like choosing work clothes. Generally, by living in the world, people understand and portray the expected behaviour for their gender. Even though, the individual can decide whether to adopt these rules or not, gender roles are important means of social
Once Socrates said: “The unexamined life is not worth living” (Plato, 12) while making people aware about the necessity to evaluate life through the help of self-knowledge and wisdom. He believes in necessity of life evaluation for further improvements and betterment. The underlying principles of cultural studies has traces to Socrates’ statement. Cultural studies, as the theoretical and empirical analysis of culture, investigates the way cultural practices are related to various systems of power
used to describe a person’s wistful longing for a particular period of time. Despite the fact that it is a relatively new concept, nostalgia has attracted the attention of scholars belonging to a variety of disciplines. These include history, anthropology, sociology and political science. In fact, their works are so numerous and various that doing them justice in merely a few pages would be nearly impossible.
non-western nations. In addition, to serve as an excuse for the colonialist tendencies and as he puts it a canon to xerces a constant dominance by in this case the United States over the Muslim and Arab world (the orient) in the post-war era. Said’s study allowed the western scholarship to inspect the Orient through new visions and methods different from those that are painted by the people in power in the West. Consequently, the “Us/Them “ binary opposition created by the west basically ratified Western
concept LIKE (same as). On this basis, interpretation of color terms can be paraphrased as follows: X is red - the color of Х is like the color of blood X blue - the color of Х is the same as the color of sky” (Wierzbicka 1992:358-359). Analyzing the studies by Kay, Mc Daniel et al., one might think that the essence of focal colors reflects certain psychological aspects and mechanisms of human perception. Other explanations connect focal colors with certain universal phenomena such as day and night (black
Le Guin’s The Dispossessed is, however, more than just a study of her so called ‘ambiguous’ utopia. Even at the time it was written it was labelled as feminist science fiction, due to the fact that it uses the setting of anarchist Anarres to focus also on the dynamics of gender equality. Within that communal society