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  Mother Culture
This is her favorite message to give, as the joys and advantages of Mother Culture overflow into the family circle.
When a busy homeschooling mother takes part in Mother Culture she safeguards her enthusiasm, so she will be better able to cope with her responsibilities.
To partake in Mother Culture is to feed herself with the Word of God, with ideas from books, nature, art, music, etc., thus taking care to keep growing spiritually and mentally.
www.charlottemason.com /motherculture.html   (434 words)

 mother kultur magazine
In the series of Ishmael, Daniel Quinn proposes an evolving, self-preserving system of human cultures that he calls "Mother Culture," in contrast to "Mother Nature." According to Quinn, every culture has a "Mother Culture," an internalized set of values compelling people to conform to the assumed norms.
Quinn’s "Mother Culture" serves basically the same evolutionary role as tribalism in the negative sense.
Mother Kultur serves as a meeting point for our aesthetics and ideologies, bridging our lives to our art as a natural synthesis.
www.motherkultur.com   (344 words)

  Mother Culture
This is her favorite message to give, as the joys and advantages of Mother Culture overflow into the family circle.
When a busy homeschooling mother takes part in Mother Culture she safeguards her enthusiasm, so she will be better able to cope with her responsibilities.
To partake in Mother Culture is to feed herself with the Word of God, with ideas from books, nature, art, music, etc., thus taking care to keep growing spiritually and mentally.
charlottemason.com /motherculture.html   (434 words)

 Mother culture - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
A mother culture is a term for an early people and their culture, with great and widespread influence on later cultures and people.
Though the original culture may fade, the mother culture's influence grows for ages in the future.
Mother cultures in history include that of ancient Greece in the Mediterranean, and the Olmec in Mesoamerica.
www.arikah.com /encyclopedia/Mother_culture   (133 words)

 Catholic Culture : Document Library : The Task of Woman in the Modern World
But whether she becomes a nun, a mother of a family, or a single woman in the world, her essential function remains the same: to be a living example of the spirit of surrender and love, the spiritual mother of mankind.
One of the greatest of woman's responsibilities is her task as educator, transmitting the fundamental heritage of civilization, the traditions of culture and religion, to the new generation.
Woman not only transmits the foundation of culture to the child; she is the great keeper of tradition in society, the custodian of manners and morals, conserving the gracious customs and fundamental standards of the race.
www.catholicculture.org /docs/doc_view.cfm?recnum=3001   (4724 words)

  Mother Culture   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mother Culture may be thought of as Mother Nature's evil step sister.
Mother Culture is the culprite behind a lot of man's criminal action against nature.
Mother Culture is the antagonist in many of Ishmael's lessons.
www.angelfire.com /nj2/sbgoose/culture.html   (133 words)

 Columnists: Mother Shock: Loving every (other) minute of it - Part 2
It is the stress of trying to acclimate as quickly as possible to the immediacy of mothering, a new conception of oneself and one's role in the family and in the world, a new fearful level of responsibility, a new delegation of domestic duties and a newly reduced amount of sleep.
Mother shock is not merely the hormonal plummet of the short-lasting "baby blues," and it is not the medical emergency that is acute postpartum depression.
Mother shock is the transition, the period of adjustment to the weight of all the things required of mothers, a weight that presents itself all at once.
sheknows.com /about/look/849.htm   (1467 words)

 Mother Nature/Father Culture
Culture itself, that key word of anthropologists, comes to us in its earliest acceptable form in 1871 with the now "classic' definition by Edward Burnett Tylor which was "that complex whole" that went into the makeup of man: that was his culture.
Thus culture, in the original meaning of the word (and the word "meaning" is fraught with meaning) was directly related to the soil, to the earth, or to the nature which which in interacted.
Nature and culture, both ideal types, interacting to create, in essence, one another: for without the raw materials of nature (the earth, the universe, the cosmos) there would be no culture; without the words of culture there would be no way in which to recognize the elements of nature.
www.csuchico.edu /~curban/NatureCulture1970.html   (3538 words)

 ReadingGroupGuides.com - Mother-Daughter Wisdom by Christiane Northrup, M.D.
A mother's often unconscious influence on her daughter's health is so profound that years ago I had to accept that my medical skills were only a drop in the bucket compared to the unexamined and ongoing influence of her mother.
No human mother was ever designed to be the sole source of sustaining life energy for her child without also receiving outside support for herself and her own individual needs.
When the fuel required for mothering and nurturing others is not replenished regularly, or when mothers don't get their need for self-development met separately from their children's or family's needs, breakdowns and failures in the nurturing system manifest as depression, anxiety, and even violence that affect both mothers and children.
www.readinggroupguides.com /guides3/mother_daughter_wisdom3.asp   (3703 words)

 Culture and Values   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The prevailing culture of the 1960s was also a strong one, characterized by distrust for authority and a desire to question all social conventions.
Cultural propagation of values is meaningful only if it survives all the varieties of change that occur in the business world.
Strong cultures are maintained over time both through leadership by example and careful attention to transmitting values in the face of growth, mergers and acquisitions, requirements imposed by large customers and partners, and new startup efforts.
www-106.ibm.com /developerworks/rational/library/2652.html   (5068 words)

 Pearl Oyster Farming and Pearl Culture
The condition of a specific culture ground depends primarily on the chemical constitution of the seawater and on the species and amount of plankton present.
Raft culture is considered to be one of the most suitable farming methods in sheltered bays.
However, it has been noted that the growth of the mother oyster is slower in on-bottom culture compared to the growth of oysters cultured in raft.
www.fao.org /docrep/field/003/AB726E/AB726E06.htm   (1617 words)

 Mother's Day St. James Encyclopedia of Pop Culture - Find Articles
The woman responsible for its inception was Anna Jarvis (1864-1948), who wanted to memorialize her own mother and as a result saw the value in honoring all American mothers.
The symbol of her sentiments was a white carnation, to be worn as an emblem in honor of one's mother.
By the end of the twentieth century, Mother's Day, however, was so deeply embedded in the American psyche and social fabric as to have become almost a $9 billion industry.
findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_g1epc/is_tov/ai_2419100829   (647 words)

 MOTHER.CULTURE Photography Exhibition on Virb.com
The exhibition's subject matter is currently a charged one, with old cultural attitudes clashing with modern sensibility.
Rachel feels fortunate to have been given this platform of art and discussion to widen the eyes of our communities, to the tightrope a mother walks when making the conscious decision to feed her child's nutritional and emotional needs as intended.
Given the success of the exhibition, a mother might finally find herself in an environment that allows her to fulfill the needs of her young wherever and whenever necessary, and with the support and sound information from her circle of influence.
virb.com /754291858315233   (803 words)

 Mother-Friendly Birthing Care
There are many different ways of caring for a mother and her baby during labor and birth.
They will also let a birthing mother have with her a person who has special training in helping women cope with labor and birth.
A C-section is a major operation in which a doctor cuts through the mother's stomach into her womb and removes the baby through the opening.
www.expectantmothersguide.com /library/EUSmotherfriendly.htm   (1536 words)

 Palm Tree Garden Gnostic Forum / Daniel Quinn, "Mother Culture," the Archons, and the Demiurge
Daniel Quinn, "Mother Culture," the Archons, and the Demiurge
Mother Culture is the culurally-bestowed "voice" that assures us the way things are is the way they're meant to be.
Re: Daniel Quinn, "Mother Culture," the Archons, and the Demiurge
palmtreegarden.org /forum/viewtopic.php?id=425   (929 words)

 Brewing Tips   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The process of reproducing the culture you will be using to brew the tea should be kept separate from brewing the tea.
Good starter culture takes longer to make than the usual brewing period of 8 to 12 days.
Babies you get as a result of brewing the tea can be given away as starters, but if you want to get the right balance of yeasts and bacteria in your culture, it is recommened by Dr Gunther Frank, that the process of making a good starter be kept separate from brewing the tea.
webhome.idirect.com /~ava/grow_new_culture.htm   (214 words)

 Culture Change - Home
Mother Earth shows up as an afterthought in the design of programs and agendas, including among some peak oilists who may anticipate some new energy future as they discount climate change.
It was shared with the "Escape from Suburbia" filmmaker with the stated intention to share it (with his response) with Culture Change readers.
Culture Change was founded by Sustainable Energy Institute (formerly Fossil Fuels Policy Action), a nonprofit organization.
www.culturechange.org /cms   (833 words)

 Homeschool World: Practical Homeschooling Articles: Mother Culture & You
When a mother experiences afresh the wonderful things brought forth in Charlotte Mason's wide curriculum - subjects I've discussed in more detail in past articles - she is learning a little more, exploring, and contemplating off to the side for her own benefit as well.
Some mothers may say, "I have no time for myself." Others, "I don't think it is right to think of myself." Such mothers are stuck in a rut of self-sacrifice to the extent that they are starving themselves spiritually, mentally, and, consequently, emotionally.
A mother can understand and reflect on spiritual matters related to the world around her through her choice of books: biographies, histories, poetry, good novels, or even books on tending a garden, craftsmanship, or the domestic arts.
www.home-school.com /Articles/phs30-karenandreola.html   (1004 words)

 Welcome to Karen Andreola's Mother Culture Website
Karen offers Mother Culture seminars and workshops, along with six years of timeless back issues available of the Parents' Review Magazine, an excellent Mother Culture resource.
Mother Culture is also an original, copyrighted chapter in Karen’s book (link below for details), and a regular book review feature in the CDB Homeschool Catalog.
The phrase "Mother Culture" is an original trademark of Karen Andreola.
www.motherculture.com   (461 words)

 Mother Culture
Then it is that, in her efforts to be ideal wife, mother, and mistress, she forgets that she is herself.
There is no sadder sight in life than a mother, who has so used herself up in her children's childhood, that she has nothing to give them in their youth.
So many mothers say, "I simply have no time for myself!" "I never read a book!" Or else, "I don't think it is right to think of myself!" They not only starve their minds, but they do it deliberately, and with a sense of self-sacrifice which seems to supply ample justification.
www.amblesideonline.org /PR/PR03p092MotherCulture.shtml   (805 words)

 Mesoamerican Encyclopedia: The Olmecs
In the years to come, artifacts from the culture later termed "Olmec" turned up at widespread sites in Mexico and adjacent Central America, with the greatest number of characteristic themes being present in the region of the original discovery.
The Maya were thought of as the "mother culture" of Mexico, and therefore the Olmecs were either insignificant or Mayan themselves, and in any case later in development.
This revealed a shocking truth: the Olmecs had a far greater right to be considered the mother culture.
www.cultures.com /contests/heads/olmecs_contest_e.html   (325 words)

It is the mother in her showing itself.
of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a mother:
to be the mother of; give origin or rise to.
www.infoplease.com /dictionary/mother   (252 words)

 deseretnews.com | Olmec, mother of Mesoamerican culture?
The city on the artificial plateau seemed to be the hub of regional culture, and central, he said, to understanding the origin and development of complex society in Mesoamerica.
They further contend that the concept of the Olmecs as a mother culture grew out of 19th-century ethnocentrism, in which the construction of stone sculptures is a sign of civilization because that is a hallmark of early Western civilizations.
The assumption is that aspects of Olmec culture reached the Maya indirectly, probably through what is known as the Izapa civilization in the territory extending from the Gulf Coast across to the Pacific Coast of Chiapas, in Mexico, and of Guatemala.
deseretnews.com /dn/view/0,1249,600118670,00.html   (1517 words)

 Book Review
Modern civilization's Mother Culture is a teenage pregnancy case and consequently raises her children by the expectations that her environment places on her.
According to Ishmael, Mother Culture is the constant hum in the background that we don't recognize as a separate entity because she has always been here, will always be here.
Mother Culture is, in her entire form, us: our own civilization from whom we learn our rules, morals and ways of viewing the world.
light.uaa.alaska.edu /issues/2001_10_23/bookreview.htm   (441 words)

 Al-Ahram Weekly | Culture | Mother as beholder
She represents her lived experiences as a sequence of reflections on the mother child relationship in a cultural context.
One wonders whether the harmony in the natural landscape echoes the mother child relationship, or the mother child relationship represents that which is already inherent in nature.
In earlier paintings the mother child image was seen as part of a social or ecological context representing the nature-culture interface.
weekly.ahram.org.eg /2002/573/cu1.htm   (1064 words)

 Corporate Culture Article - Corporate Culture 101
The founder of a company or organization is the original creator of the culture because it is a direct reflection of his or her attitudes, behaviors and beliefs.
The culture goes from informal to formal and changes from an atmosphere of “family” to one of “business.” Many of the people who thrived on the informality or closeness leave because of this natural evolution.
Cultures need to be revitalized because if nothing changes in the web components of the culture, employees’ attitudes will not change.
ronrael.com /archives/jun-03.htm   (1105 words)

 mother - Definitions from Dictionary.com
mother of all, the greatest or most notable example of: the mother of all mystery novels.
Mother of all ________ 1991, is Gulf War slang, from Saddam Hueein's use in ref. to the coming battle; it is an Arabic idiom, cf.
A structure, such as a mother cell, from which other similar bodies are formed.
dictionary.reference.com /browse/mother   (912 words)

 On the Cover - North Coast Journal - August 10, 2006 - Kombucha Culture
But she says the fact that both mother and child were overrun by the same bug with the same sorts of symptoms is very unusual.
Each of the 12 cultures on her shelves has its own name, identified with a white sticker label scrawled with pen, and Bhimani is very aware of the generations of gelatinous mother culture: There's Josephine, her first "momma," who "gave birth" to Juniper and Julian.
Each culture, she says, is a life force capable of reproducing: "They're called mothers because they give birth to new babies each generation." Bhimani noticed that when she placed her jars in different corners of her house, some took longer to ferment than others.
www.northcoastjournal.com /081006/cover0810.html   (3548 words)

 Slavery and the Culture Prison 
Mother Culture gives our our religion, our jobs, our traditions, our fashion styles, and we just go along with it.
But sometimes, some of us get this crazy sense that Mother Culture is doing things that are harmful, and we begin to question Her.
Mother Culture claims she controls our finances, our security, and even our soul.
homepage.mac.com /yellowcanary/iblog/C1166931347/E154545411   (956 words)

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