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... and with “present day Jerusalem” because she is “enslaved with her children.” Next Paul speaks about the “other woman” (“Sarah”) and states that she corresponds to the “Jerusalem above”, who is “free” and who is our “mother”. What is unexpected is that Paul does not include an important descriptor for the “free woman” like he did with “Hagar” - ...
... to the bottom of the hill where we were going to visit the museum of anatolian civilisations, I was in agony. So at the pazar I bought myself a walking stick, and its helping especially for going up hills and stairs, which I'm having to do everyday as the campus is very hilly. So even though I am getting even more strange looks from the locals, I can walk better now. I will use my day off tomorrow to rest. ...
... what program you will take in university. Only 20% of the applicants will be accepted at state schools, which cost around $500 a year. Private universities accept lower scores. A teacher's salary will be around 1600 TL/month, about $800. They are paid by the government , and that pay has social security built into it, so medical costs are covered. The health system was a disaster until the government stepped in about 6 ...
... leave Ankara and METU.
Last night we had a fancy cocktail party with many important people such as the Dean of James Madison College, the MSU provost, and many Turkish MSU alum. It was a really nice time with lots of wine and bonding over the best bars and eating places in East Lansing (we even got tipped on where we can get good Mediterranean food and raki, which is the traditional Turkish liquor to drink, in East ...
... ride is smooth and quiet. We are crossing the high Anatolian plateau and the countryside is undulating and semi-arid. For miles we follow the shore of the great salt lake of Tuz Gülü, one of the largest saline lakes in the world. The scene is pretty tedious and we bury ourselves in books or nod off.
Half way there we make a short stop at a huge service centre, with petrol station, restaurants, shops and gleaming toilets. l walk ...