Just letting you know that you and your family are still in our prayers, i hope you are all safe as the shakes continue to come. I pray that IEUE protects you and gives you the strength to endure through all these uncertain times. I pray that IEUE provides your needs and gives you food, clothing and shelter.
SHaBaT SHaLUM Dearest Jodi. Yes, we are safe, praise IEUE. We only had a mild short storm that night. Please pray for my health my love. i will try to pray for your situation too. Miss you and love you, Jane.
Jodi, at this time according to your faith you must take comfort and assurance in Psalm 91.One of the purposes of knowing the name IEUE is for deliverance,verses14 to 16 is your test of faith for you and family.My prayers are with you and family and the nation as you recuperate from the earthqake disaster.Do not forget to call on His name.
Did you know that your name is very close to the Ancient Hebrew word for Judea (as well as Yehudite): which is IEUD [yeh-ood]. Judea for the land we are heading for!! Your destination is in your name! AEB, Jane
THUB ORaB (good afternoon) Jodi :) Did you see this in a recent BritAm DNA report? I've been realising more and more how different people are within the line of SHaM (shem) and analysing faces of people I meet a lot. I think we have similar face shapes.
Could be that BaNIMINIM (Benjamite) tie. I want to start a Benjamite group on here because I think the Benjamites are the first to wake up and shine the IEUE-truth. Have you seen the program called the Wolfman? Wolves go by their scent and ears more than their eyes, and they have a staunch pecking order hehe!
Humans capable of (but not good at) assessing relatedness from faces http://britam.org/DNA/BAMAD55.html
June 28, 2009
Humans capable of (but not good at) assessing relatedness from faces Proceedings of the Royal Society B doi: 10.1098/rspb.2009.0677 Human ability to detect kinship in strangers' faces: effects of the degree of relatedness
Gwena, Kaminski et al.
The resemblance between human faces has been shown to be a possible cue in recognizing the relatedness between parents and children, and more recently, between siblings. However, the general inclusive fitness theory proposes that kin-selective behaviours are also relevant to more distant relatives, which requires the detection of larger kinship bonds. We conducted an experiment to explore the use of facial clues by "strangers", i.e. evaluators from a different family, to associate humans of varying degrees of relatedness. We hypothesized that the visual capacity to detect relatedness should be weaker with lower degrees of relatedness. We showed that human adults are capable of (although not very efficient at) assessing the relatedness of unrelated individuals from photographs and that visible facial cues vary according to the degree of relatedness. This sensitivity exists even for kin pair members that are more than a generation apart and have never lived together. Collectively, our findings are in agreement with emerging knowledge on the role played by facial resemblance as a kinship cue. But we have progressed further to show how the capacity to distinguish between related and non-related pairs applies to situations relevant to indirect fitness.
SHaLUM Dear ACHUTI Jodi! Oh my dear IEUE, I am so grateful I have finally managed to set Mum's PC up with an internet connection today. You can now relax a bit. TUDE RaBE, thank you very much for all your help! Talk soon, AEB, Jane