I guess sg has a lot more steps to improving community immersion in healthcare. I see their classes & really my jaw drops looking at the comprehensive activities they’ve arranged.They’re simply holistic but still, i am not there to see how’s the participation like for each specific class. ~sigh~
Maybe one day i’ll get to examine varying work ethics, attitudes & outlook. :)
Talking about community, an indonesian tribe made bench-like tombstones of their family in the centre of the village where they bathe or sat & chat on. They said it’s to at least let the dead be involved in their daily living. The tribesman said since we originate from the ground, we’ll return to the ground. & that’s why by doing so, they are actually being respectful to their dead. Weird but pretty unique perspective eh?
Turkish Jambiya Dagger
- Dated: circa 1800
- Place of Origin: Turkey
- Measurements: overall length: 16.5in (418mm). Blade length: 10.5in (268mm)
This is a pretty large Turkish Jambiya dagger with a very fine black Wootz Damascus blade, probably from the 18th Century. The Silver hilt was probably made later on, around the 19th century.
The blade is nicely ground with a very thick and pronounced central spine. The hilt is covered in silver sheet over a wooden core and decorated with floral patterns with a monster on either side.
Source: Copyright © 2013 Akaal Arms
omgosh indonesia episodes from season 3 is just so awesome coz Okha is such an incredible passionate spiritual guy