why do the amish dress the way they do

why do the amish dress the way they do

You may have heard of the Amish being refereed to as БPlain PeopleБ and a main reason why they are called that is because of the way they dress; very plainly. You will never see patterns on any of their clothing and all of the menБs suits, and the womenБs dresses, are all plain colored. The rules require that only solid colors can be used and the colors typically consist of black, blue, burgundy, brown, purple, or green. Want to learn what clothing Amish men and women wear on a day-to-day basis? Below are short descriptions of what a typical outfit would look like for both men and women. Amish Men: In all districts of the Amish community men wear black colored suits that are fastened with a hook and eye and have no outside pockets. The trousers that the men wear have no zippers and

 why do seventh day adventists not eat pork

why do seventh day adventists not eat pork

Students of the Old Testament are aware of the fact that certain types of meat were considered unclean under the Mosaic economy. According to the regulations set forth in Leviticus 11 and Deuteronomy 14, the Hebrews could eat: 1. animals that were cloven hoofed and chewed the cud (e. g. , cattle, sheep); 2. fish with fins and scales; 3. fowl that did not consume flesh (the vulture was forbidden); 4. some insects (e. g. , locusts). Some of these requirements likely had to do with health considerations. Overall, however, they were to set Israel apart as a holy nation unto Jehovah (Deut. 14:21). Some religionists do not understand that these dietary requirements were confined to the Mosaic system, and since that regime is not in force today (Col. 2:14), we are not restricted as to what

 why do we close our eyes when we pray kiss

why do we close our eyes when we pray kiss

, This is an adaption of a quote by Anne Sullivan who was Helen Keller s teacher. The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart. Many associate this quote with Helen Keller though in her book The Story of my Life, she mentions that her teacher (who was Anne Sullivan) had said this to her. when we pray? when we cry? when we dream? or when we kiss? ...

 why do the vampires in twilight sparkle

why do the vampires in twilight sparkle

In the original Dracula, sunlight does not kill vampires. During the day, when the sun is out, they just don't have their super strength (and I think they lose a few other "superpowers" as well). The sunlight killing vampires is more recent. Stephanie Meyer didn't do any research on vampires. In an Time Magazine, she admits this: What kind of research on vampires, if any, did you do before writing Twilight? БJen Potcher, BOISE, IDAHO The only time I really did any research on vampires was when the character Bella did research on vampires. Because I was creating my own world, I didn't want to find out just how many rules I was breaking. (This is the 8th question in the interview, so it's almost at the bottom. ) Welcome to the MLP Lounge, A meeting place for bronies to discuss anything and

 why private universities are better than public

why private universities are better than public

When that approximately 13 percent of Covenant Universityвs class of 2017 finished with a first class degree, a lot of people took to social media to express their overall concerns regarding university education in Nigeria. In fact, as at the time of writing this, many are still struggling to understand what one Twitter user has described as the bastardization of the quality of Nigerian education. It is not a surprise that people are upset, considering the general idea that securing a first class degree in a private university is вcomparatively easierв than in a public university. On one hand, some people say private universities are not serious institutions and are making life easy for students. They say that people who go to private universities essentially pay their way to good grades.

 why do my ovaries hurt after ovulation

why do my ovaries hurt after ovulation

I hadn t experienced the pain before either since it seems I don t ovulate often on my own, but I ve done 5 cycles of ovulation induction and each time I have (thankfully and miraculously) ovulated, afterwards for a few days I would get pain, quite like a bubble being in my side, very unpleasant and actually very similar to the pain I had when I had 3 large cysts on my ovary recently (which were removed) but the pain was to a lesser degree. ...

 why do native americans have long hair

why do native americans have long hair

Question: Why do Indians have long hair? Excerpt:ббб For most Indians, hair was only cut under certain circumstancesБ Many Dine, or Navajo, cut childrenБs hair on their first birthday and then do not cut it againБ Among some tribes, hair was cut as part of tribal mourning customsБYou can imagine how it must have felt for many native children to have their hair cut against their will upon entrance into U. S. government-run boarding schools (see page 138). What is it about long hair that lends itself to be thought of as something uniquely Native American? Even in my own experience I attempted to grow my hair long to be more Indian. It didnБt work. My hair is thick and wavy. Not only does it grow in length, but in width. So much for that long black braid I was dreaming of! For many of us,

 why do stink bugs come in my house

why do stink bugs come in my house

Stink bugs, during the fall months, look to burrow inside things. During the summer and other months they feed on vegetables, using their mouth parts to pierce the flesh of vegetables and plants, sucking out the juices. That leaves dimples and withered parts of the fruit or vegetable, making them unsalable. They look for places to stay warm (even in California) when the weather gets cooler. They will use cracks in siding, brick and roofing to get into the walls and between the walls of and other structures. They then sort of hibernate inside there during the cold months, but when the heater kicks on and the house warms up, they can revive and seek out the warmth and end up inside. Given that information, there are things homeowners can do to prevent stink bugs from ever setting up their

 why do we have ground hog day

why do we have ground hog day

Poteet, Lewis J. (2004) [1988], (New, revised, and expanded ed. ), Hantsport: Lancelot Press ^ Shoemaker, Alfred L. (February 1, 1954), 5 ( ^ Kruesi, Margaret (Summer 2007). "Reviewed Work: Groundhog Day by Don Yoder". Journal of American Folklore. 120 (477): 367368. P, pp. P49, 54, 143, diary printed in "Folklore from the Diary of James L. Morris, 18451646", Pennsylvania Dutchman 3:17 (February 1, 1952)", p. P110. , p. P109. ^. Time. Retrieved December 21,. ^, p. P10. , Chapter II, "Punxsutawney to the World" ^, p. P106. ^ Carlson, Peter (February 3, 2004). The Washington Post. 23. , p. P11. , p. P107. Time. Retrieved December 21,. Pittsburgh Gazette, September 27, 1903, cited by, p. 106, note 12. Park, PhD, David (February 2, 2006). Archived from the original on February 5, 2009.

 why is turkey the main meal on thanksgiving

why is turkey the main meal on thanksgiving

Many offerings are typically served alongside the main dishso many that, because of the amount of food, the is sometimes served midday or early afternoon to make time for all the eating, and preparation may begin at dawn or on days prior. Copious are also common following the meal properly. Traditional Thanksgiving foods are sometimes specific to the day of riced potatoes, and although some of the foods might be seen at any semi-formal meal in the United States, the meal often has something of a ritual or traditional quality. Many Americans would say it is "incomplete" without, or dressing, and, and. Other commonly served dishes include and, the latter often prepared with sweeteners such as, or. Fresh, canned, or frozen is popular and are frequently served; in particular, a product

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