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For God so loved the world that He GAVE

God, by nature, is a self-giver. Women, by nature, are also self-givers. Women’s bodies were created to give life, and their personalities and characters also align with this self-giving mission. Research shows over and over that if women and girls are invested in, they tend to reinvest in their communities and those near and dear.…

History’s Altruistic Story of a Daughter Breastfeeding Her Father

How it influenced the baroque painters By Kamna Kirti This is an exemplary story of a woman Pero who secretly breastfed her imprisoned father Cimon who was starving to death in prison. The selfless devotion of Pero to nourish his father Cimon at her own breast is called “Roman Charity”. It is history’s most altruistic story of honoring one’s parent. History of Roman…

Kosovo Maiden

From Wikipedia: Uroš Predić’s Kosovo Maiden. The Kosovo Maiden or Maiden of the Blackbird Field (Serbian: Kosovka devojka, Косовка девојка) is the central figure of a poem with the same name, part of the Kosovo cycle in the Serbian epic poetry. In it, a young beauty searches the battlefield for her betrothed husband and helps wounded Serbian warriors with water, wine and bread after…