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While developing and spreading over territories, the Christian monastic movement quite changed in conceptual and practical aspects. That is, if at early times Christian monasticism was solely a solitary submission of oneself to God in deserts, which was religiously necessary to conduct, then it gradually transformed into a highly social and institutionalized entity where a deep belief in desert-based solitary quests of holiness and a complete self-abstention became disregarded and even eradicated. Considering this change in the perception of the Christian monastic movement to be quite a vague phenomenon, the task of this study is to find out certain ways and a possible extent of the arisen change in this religious tradition.
On my journey of self discovery I have had many travelling companions. First were ignorance and fear that held me back and convinced me it was impossible. They would have me believe there was nothing to be discovered beyond what I already knew, and the unknown was a dark and desolate place filled with dangers ready to snare the unsuspecting traveller.
Whatever we do repeatedly we do so for a reason or a reward. The habits we develop and the experiences we create no matter how negative fulfil a deep seated need within us. This need is linked directly to a belief we hold about ourselves, if you change the belief you will ultimately change the habit and the corresponding experience it creates.
According to Guru Granth Sahib ji,' From woman, man is born; within woman, man is conceived; to woman he is engaged and married.
Woman becomes his friend; through woman, the future generations come.
When his woman dies, he seeks another woman; to woman he is bound.
So why call her inferior? From her, kings are born.
From woman, woman is born; without woman, there would be no one at all'...
Drinking the Kool - Aid is a metaphor, which was originally derived from the deaths at Jonestown, where the pastor Jim Jones got almost everyone in his congregation to drink poisoned Kool-Aid. Nine hundred and nine inhabitants of Jonestown, three hundred and four of them children, committed suicide out of loyalty to their leader. Drink the Kool-Aid means to become an unquestioning believer in some ideology, or to accept an argument or philosophy wholeheartedly or blindly without critical examination. In other words, a yes man.