Comments about ‘'Practicing Charity': Art exhibit depicts women doing the 'noble'’

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Published: Thursday, April 24 2014 5:05 a.m. MDT

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A Scientist
Provo, UT

Yes, some of these things may be "noble", but they are not inherently noble.

Seems this exhibit is less about women doing the noble, and more about women doing the domestic and subservient.

RedShirt
USS Enterprise, UT

To "A Scientist" I don't think you read the article.

If you want to talk about doing the nobel thing, tell us what is more noble: going to a job for 9 hours a day and pesuing a career or giving up a career to put your time and efforts into raising the next generation?

The fact is that what you call "domestic and subservient" is actually necessary and the greatest sacrifice.

TP
TWIN FALLS, ID

Motherhood is ennobling...contrary to what the World would have us think...There is nothing more satisfying than nurturing and inspiring the next generation to build a better world!

My grown children are my closest friends...and nothing is better than that!

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