garden of eden

The wetland has found new life since Saddam Hussein's overthrow in 2003.
We've had the Golden Age; the Golden Goose; Golden Oldies; Golden Books; the Golden Globes. And now we 've got My Golden Days.
The Daddy Diaries. Chapter 51. The First Haircut. According to Jewish law, it's an age-old custom to allow a boy's hair to
He is a cautious and wary young man, creative and soft spoken. He can erupt in joy and laughter, but it's always tempered. There's little room for reckless abandon in a world of frequent change and unexpected loss.
Mormon temples are beautiful architectural additions to any city they are in. When Mormons arrived in Salt Lake City in 1847, the first thing Brigham Young did was to mark out the temple site.
From the muddy stuff of the earth is humankind formed ("adam"--human--is formed from "adamah"--clay, Genesis 2:7), and to
Here comes, Steve. He hates himself so he drinks 10 cranberry juices. His pee is clear but as for his conscience... He picks up a small orchard of limes from the tray and squeezes them in his fist. Rumor has it, he's angry at his brother.
One of the many prejudices I have encountered in talking about my Mormonism with those outside of the church is the idea that Mormon women are oppressed and have no will or power of their own within the church.
And so it came to pass that God persuaded the Founding Fathers that all fellas should be permitted to bear these weapons to protect theyselves from intruders and folks who wore hoodies. Thus was it written in the Constitution and it remains the holiest of all laws in this here land of ours. Amen.
The famed narrative of Eden in the Book of Genesis has been the subject of “New Yorker cartoon after New Yorker cartoon,” said
What does the word antelapsarian mean? And what does it have to do with Kohanim (priests)?
'81 by Joanna I tilled it with my two hands and I called it my very own There was no-one to dispute my claim We broke out
What happened when humanity lost its innocence, as represented allegorically in the Eden story, is not that biological existence began, but that the harmonic balance of the food chain started to be skewed.
While it fails to make most of our calendars, every October the world selects a day to recognize the importance of food, and they call it World Food Day. This year's is today, and it comes in the midst of a political climate where we seem to agree on less than ever.
Rabbi Carlebach used music to reach and inspire people. Following death, we all need to forge our own paths to get back to the Garden. For some its music, for others it is community and for still others it is just takes time.
This 4th of July there will be no grilling on my back porch. And here's why: This past Sunday morning I found myself in a chapter of a Stephen King novel.
Ever since the story of Adam, Eve and their Garden was crafted, readers have returned to the first couple time and again to figure out how all couples should act. On Valentine's Day, interpretations of their story serve both as cautionary tales and as inspiration for couples in the 21st century.
Do you know the story of Adam and Eve? If we truly understand what took place on that day in the Garden of Eden, it would help us understand a lot about what we are supposed to being doing here in this world.
The human mission is to work, to produce, to develop -- but at the same time to preserve, to guard, to be vigilant that the work doesn't get out of hand. It must remain, in a word, sustainable.