Caption: A 16th-century woodcut depicts Christ healing a leper
Rather than just seeing the sick and deformed limbs of lepers
, we should recognize the common humanity we share with the suffering: "Do not consider as strangers those beings who partake of our nature;" for "remember who you are and on whom you contemplate: a human person like yourself, whose basic nature is no different than your own," he wrote.
Finally, medieval Christians believed that Jesus frequently appeared in the form of a leper
to show his solidarity with the most humble of people.
It makes me feel less like a leper
knowing others are going through the same.
The pounds 10 CD called Help A Leper
features 20 songs from May McFetridge, the Mullan Sisters, Elvis impersonator The King and The James Peake Experience.
The service, available to mobile users in the UK and Ireland, was devised by Dublin-based charity The Leprosy Mission to raise cash for Chinese lepers
The Firestone name--once synonymous with performance--is now treated like a leper
by its former stakeholders.
This is what statisticians call "The Law of Large Numbers": the bigger the group, the smaller the risk (unless, of course, the group is selected on the basis of some risk factor, such as being residents of a leper
The young allergy researcher finds some solace in a leper
colony, and announces to the stunned lepers
the inevitability of Latin American unification.
Mary Ellen continues her work, but the events of the war lead Annie to retreat to a shack on the banks of the Mississippi, where her only neighbors are the inmates of a leper
1988-2003" contains the bonus videos "Tongue," "How The West Was Won And Where It Got Us," "New Test Leper
," "Bittersweet Me," "Lotus" and "I'll Take The Rain.
What did Naaman and the healed Samaritan leper
have in common?