THE AKEANON BUKIDNON WOMEN FARMERS THE KAINGEROS STATE OF BEING INTO THE WOODS AND ITS POSTMODERN NOTION OF VISUALIZATION


Maria Imelda Pastrana Nabor, Ph.D
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Abstract

            In his book “Spirituality for Mission,” Michael Collins Reilly enunciates: “Christian spirituality can be described as the daily lifestyle of the believing   Christian.  It is  the  way  a  person lives in a definite historical  situation  according   to  his  vision   of   faith,  that is, according  to  his  personal assimilation of the mystery of Christ under the direction of the Holy Spirit.”4  Thus, the very core of what we call Christian spirituality is a lifestyle in faith. It is a complete surrender in Jesus Christ.  Thus, no one is a tabula rasa.  Everybody consciously strives for self-transcendence. Here God challenges persons to live and to love in the Christian dimension because it is love that breaks us out of our silence, self-absorption and isolation.

              Illness (A.I.D.S., Cancer, S.A.R.S. stroke etc.) is a complex phenomenon.  It produces despair and chaos.  Persons with A.I.D.S., etc. suffer not only the collapse of body and mind caused by the opportunistic infections and tumors but also the psychological and moral anguish resulting from rejection, social stigma, and discrimination.

KEYWORDS: Spirituality, God, disorientation, Families, Darkness

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EPRA International Journal of Economic and Business Review(JEBR)

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Vol : 6
Issue : 6
Month : June
Year : 2018
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