It's one of my favorites. As believers, is it wrong to do "worldly things" like go to the movies, learn Karate, go skiing etc The Torah is about love - of Yahuah and the life of people and all the living things He's created. Respect for life is one goal of religion hopefully. When we damage another's reputation we have crossed the line. We can drink wine, beer, and even whiskey -- in moderation.
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Share2 Shares Death can be a very personal and upsetting thing, but it can also be a very spiritual and communal occasion. How societies treat their dead is one of the most insightful ways to learn about their customs, religion, social life, hierarchies, art, technology, and pretty much everything else you can think of. When a member of an Ifugao tribe dies, those close to the deceased will set to work at preparing for the mourning process, although the spouse is expressly forbidden from having anything to do with this process. Male relatives will build a chair, which will be used to prop the dead body up for the mourning period up to eight days. The body is washed, blindfolded, and set up near the front door of the house, with a fire burning nearby the entire time.
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Inhumation Burial in the ground by hollowing out a trench in the earth for the body or covering it with rocks or dirt dates back at least to the Middle Paleolithic Period. Grave burial, or inhumation, may be simple or elaborate. Some Eskimo people cover the corpse with a pile of stones or, if stones are not available, with a small ice igloo. The Old Norse people built barrows that sometimes reached enormous heights.
Shona, Ndebele Orientation Identification. Zimbabwe is named after Great Zimbabwe, the twelfth- to fifteenth-century stone-built capital of the Rozwi Shona dynasty. The name is thought to derive from dzimba dza mabwe "great stone houses" or dzimba waye "esteemed houses".