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    Aaron's Role in The Golden Calf When the Jews left the land of Egypt they were on the 49th level of Tuma. When the Jews came to Mount Sinai, they had reached the 49th level of purity. So how can The Jews descend to the level of The Golden Calf? How is it possible that Aaron the high priest was capable in leading these people to make a golden calf? In addition how come Aaron wasn't punished like the rest of the people who were involved in this worship? The Bible states (Exodus 32:1-6) that The people

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    The Fallibility of Man Exposed in The Bible The story of the Golden Calf illustrates the inherent fallibility of man. It starts out when the people ask Aaron to “make us gods, which shall go before us.” Despite the fact that God had spoken to them just days earlier commanding them not to make themselves any graven images, Aaron doesn’t argue too strongly against this, immediately asking them to turn over any gold jewelry they have so that he may make them a figure of worship. This choice

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    commands Moses to go up Mount Sinai to receive divine instruction.    When he comes back, his people, the Israelites, have gone crazy.  They have forgotten Moses, and forgotten their God.  They form their own god, a golden calf, and build an altar.  They even had a festival for the golden calf.  "Afterward they sat down to eat and drink and sat down to indulge in revelry" (Exodus 32:6).  Moses then went down the mountain and got so angry that he smashed the tablets with the Ten Commandments on them.  

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    Cattle Afterbirth Essay

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    Maintaining a healthy body is a difficult task to complete. One way to increase the health of your body is to ingest cattle afterbirth. Cattle afterbirth is the placenta that exits a cow after giving birth to a calf, this substance includes amniotic fluid and the water sac the calf was held in. Doctor Larry Johnson with Journal of Public Health posits ”eating a cup of cattle after birth daily can increase your health tremendously, the afterbirth contains antibodies and protein” (2014). While interviewing

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    Choosing a Vegan Lifestyle Erica is going out on a date tonight with a boy from her Biology class. She takes a long shower and washes herself with hard animal fat. Next, she neatly spreads grease derived from wool onto her lips. To finish herself off, she spreads liquid from a shark liver onto her face and sprays some oils and liquids derived from the anal sex gland of the beaver and whale excretion. Now she is ready to go as she is sure that she will impress her date with her dolled up appearance

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    Cynthia Ozick's Writing

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    Cynthia Ozick's Writing "His thighs were taut, his calf sinews thick; he had the inky curly hair of a runner on a Greek amphora," and Cynthia Ozick fell in love at once. Actually, she was not struck by that "venerable image of arrow or dart," until her second meeting with this imposing gladiator, when he was marrying one of her friends. It is strange envisioning this instantaneous and objectionable infatuation-this "divination" that caused Ozick an overwhelming sense of loss (as soon as she

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    quite as direct as these, but direct nonetheless such as when Victor is imagining her: Had I to submit before judges or our earthly existence a specimen of her average pose, I would have perhaps placed her leaning upon a counter at Cook’s, left calf crossing right shin, left toe tapping floor, sharp elbows and coin-spilling bag on the counter, while the employee, pencil in hand, pondered with her over the plan of an eternal sleeping car. (Nabokov 417) Also, very early on, Victor says he “cannot

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    ledger open to a full page of figures. “I have work to do. I’d appreciate it if you’d leave me to it.” Her head turned to the ledger. # The roundup brought ten additional wranglers to the ranch. Most mornings, long before sunrise, their work began at Calf Creek. Jake chose this section for branding and rightfully so, the creek flowed through a boxed canyon, and the canyon made an ideal corral. Once the wranglers fenced off the entrance, it was easier to sort the cows. Jake tried to concentrate on the

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    Evisceration Process

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    very second a calf is born, up until the calf has been slaughtered, processed, packaged, and sold. Every step is important and crucial to the quality of the meat that will be produced. In slaughtering the cattle there is a few basic, but fundamental steps: stunning, bleeding, transferring, skinning, evisceration, splitting, and then cooling. Equipment and its role in raising cattle In raising healthy cattle you need the right equipment. For example, in birthing a calf, the baby calf needs assistance

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    between milking times, he cleared the fields behind a horse-drawn, foot-burner plow. He worked there more than a year before again, once again he refused to back down. Seeing a young calf with its head caught under a stanchion, he left a manure-filled wheelbarrow on the path outside the barn, and ran over to help the calf before it choked to death. When the farmer saw the overflowing wheelbarrow leaking onto the path, he swore at Joe and told him he’d show him how to use a wheelbarrow. Joe kept quiet

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