|Re: servants, service & subservience||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: John Sechrest (sechrestpeak.org)|
|Date: Mon, 3 Jan 2000 19:50:28 -0700 (MST)|
Just to put this idea of charged into perspective... When we arranged for someone to come live in our house, clean the house, arrange for parts of the child care and to cook the main meals, we needed a name for this task. The name that was adopted was House goddess. Unfortunatly for us, our House Goddess has wandered off to anothe community. But if you ever have a chance to get a house goddess, I really recommend it. It made several things possible that were not before... "Hans Tilstra" <tilstra [at] smartchat.net.au> writes: % The term 'servant' is very charged indeed. Can I provide services of some % kind, without experiencing this as subservience? % % Hans % % % % ----- John Sechrest . Helping people use PEAK - . computers and the Internet Public Electronic . more effectively Access to Knowledge,Inc . 1600 SW Western, Suite 180 . Internet: sechrest [at] peak.org Corvallis Oregon 97333 . (541) 754-7325 . http://www.peak.org/~sechrest
servants, service & subservience Hans Tilstra, January 3 2000
- Re: servants, service & subservience John Sechrest, January 3 2000
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