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Dr. Brothers was born in New York City and raised in New Jersey and South Florida. He received his undergraduate degree from Emory University and graduated Phi Beta Kappa with honors in organic chemistry research. He received his medical degree from the University Of Miami School Of Medicine where he was elected to the AOA national medical honor society.

Dr. Brothers was born in New York City and raised in New Jersey and South Florida. He received his undergraduate degree from Emory University and graduated Phi Beta Kappa with honors in organic chemistry research. He received his medical degree from the University of Miami School of Medicine where he was elected to the AOA national medical honor society. Dr. Brothers completed his internship at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas under Dr. Michael E. DeBakey. He then completed his residency in general surgery and trauma at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital Medical Center. While a resident, he received multiple awards for his work on both trauma and burn victims and was trained and certified in microneural and microvascular surgery. His training in plastic and reconstructive surgery was at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. He was then accepted for additional specialty training in cosmetic surgery with one of the most prominent and internationally respected cosmetic surgeons at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach, Florida.

South Dakota USA native, but I cut my teeth in New York and San Francisco. I've been reporting on grooming since 2013, and have written for nearly every men's publication on the topic. My second beat is travel, as I spend nearly half the year in transit. Because of that, however, I am always relieved when I can unwind at home in Berlin, where I've been living since early 2018.

The nature of a thing is that which this thing is, or that by which1 it faces us with such or such properties, whereas its existence is for it the very fact of facing us or of being posited outside of nothingness. In order to be able to exercise this act (marvellous when one thinks of it a little) which consists in existing, it is necessary therefore that my nature (complete in its line of nature or of essentiality: what am I? -- "a man," and "such and such an individual man") be that of a subject2 able to unfold that which it is in the world of existence and of action ("I exist" today, "I act" today): in other words, it is necessary that the First Cause, in producing my nature, has conferred on it, at the same time as the determinations which characterize it, an ultimate determination of another order, which, in constitution it, no longer only as nature, but as subject, has enabled it, I do not say only to receive, but to exercise existence, and to act its part in the midst of all the other beings emerged outside of nothingness.

And in every being endowed with intelligence and with liberty, in other words who possesses the privileges of spirit,5 subsistence is the ontological foundation of personality, through which this being holds himself in hand, is a moral agent who posits free decisions according to a mode like no other, plays his role in the world with a visage, and an immortal visage, and with an immortal destiny, -- in short, is a universe to himself, whereas all the rest in the great universe of here below shows us only structures in interaction destined to perish one day with the earth. Each human being, however wretched a fellow he may be, is thus a person before other men and before God, and possesses the dignity of person.

How is this possible, when Peter and Paul are each an individual substance, whereas the Church is an immense multitude of human beings? Extraordinary paradox which marks the splendor of the mystery of the Church (supernatural mystery, mystery divinely revealed), -- the Church, while subsisting naturally with the subsistence of her innumerable individual members, possesses herself, supernaturally, insofar as she is the whole -- one and universal -- of this multitude, a personality, truly and ontologically (and not in a wholly analogical sense, in the fashion of that which the jurists call "collective persons" or "moral persons"), she is herself a person in the proper and primary sense of the word, a person who renders a worship to God, who proposes to us the truths revealed by Him, who sanctifies us by her sacraments, who speaks, who teaches, who acts.

Two points are to be noted here. In the first place, if grace must be regarded as the soul of the Church, it is because, as I shall explain in another chapter, the grace received by her is the plentitude of all the graces individually received, whereas distributed in all her "living" members, grace is given to each one only according to a measure more or less great but never full.

Another would never give to the Bible Society unless he chanced tohear of some particular town out West where but two Bibles could befound in a population of five hundred, although he knew perfectlywell that there were hundreds of such communities among whom theAmerican Bible Society was daily endeavoring to introduce theDivine Word. He must be wound up by a special case.

When I arrived here I found my people building a school-house ofpine logs on the grounds near where we hope to build the church, inwhich a public school will be opened the 1st of August by Mr. SilasDaniels. We shall use the school-house for worship until we canbuild a church. It is 18 by 20 feet.

In accordance with your request I visited, last month, Kaw-Mendiand vicinity, where the banner of the Cross was first unfurledin this part of a heathen land by men sent out by the AmericanMissionary Association. This place, as you will remember, wasdeserted for a long time. Of late years Mr. J. M. Williams, of hisown accord and on his own responsibility, has resumed the work.Here lie some of the[275] sainted dead who fell in pure devotion tothe cause of the Christian religion, to the cause of suffering andunenlightened humanity.

We stopped all night at a place called Gbap, where the king ofa large extent of country, lying or bordering on the Big Boom,resides. We had very comfortable lodging here, although we failedin seeing his majesty the king.

We rested overnight, but early next morning pushed on forMo-Tappan, the extreme interior Mission station held by theAmerican Missionary Association. We stopped at villages along ourjourney, where signs of late wars are still apparent. Each man isarmed with either sword or cutlass. I am told that they keep thesenear them in time of peace to fight with, but in time of war theywrap them up in mats, give them to their wives, and ask their feetto save them by flight. The Mendi people are treacherous and cruelin war, and not at all brave. I hope the time may soon come whenall this region will enjoy peace and righteousness in God.

The Executive Committee shall have authority to fill all vacanciesoccurring among the officers between the regular annual meetings;to apply, if they see fit, to any State Legislature for acts ofincorporation; to fix the compensation, where any is given, of allofficers, agents, missionaries, or others in the employment of theSociety; to make provision, if any, for disabled missionaries, andfor the widows and children of such as are deceased; and to call,in all parts of the country, at their discretion, special andgeneral conventions of the friends of missions, with a view to thediffusion of the missionary spirit, and the general and vigorouspromotion of the missionary work. 041b061a72


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