Answer: "Sometimes Enkai is Enkai Narok, the Black God, happy with us and blanketing the sky with dark clouds that pour out rain to nourish the plains."
In "The Beginnings of the Maasai" the myth of the Maasai people is told by Neiterkob's daughter to tell the readers about the origins of these people. The particular excerpt where the speaker talks of Enkai having different identities shows or tells how the weather changes. Enkai changes to Enkai Narok or the Black God. And when he's happy with the people, he covers the sky with dark clouds and provides rain to nourish the land.
An active listener is someone who not only listens but engages in the concept, theme, or topic that is being discussed. Active listeners may also gather information that supports the concept, topic or theme in order to answer questions that they have , sometimes they have questions too.
"More spending creates more demand for a product."
According to the article "The Value of Money" in my Money, Money, Money magazine, the author writes about the theory of money and the various ways the circulation, printing and use of money affects everyone.
Based on the reasons and evidence in the "Inflation" section of the text, the sentence that best states a point made by the author is that "More spending creates more demand for a product."
The American tradition of protest, strongly influenced by Thoreau's writing on civil disobedience, includes the notion of nonviolent, direct action. Martin Luther King, "fascinated" and "deeply moved" by Thoreau's essay, built upon the work of both Thoreau and Gandhi (3).