Bestselling Women's Religious Strand Necklaces in 2020
925 Sterling Silver Multistrand Sideways Cross Religious 18 Inch Chain Necklace Pendant Charm Watch Licensed Nhl Edmonton Oilersr Fine Jewelry For Women Gift Set
Shevalues Crystal Beaded Long Necklace Bohemian Tassel Feather Pendant Women Strand Bracelet (Pink)
- Chain length: approx. 33"; Tassel length: 2.4"; Crystal bead size: 4mm / 0.16"
- Bohemian Crystal Beads Long Necklace: features a colorful crystal beads long chain, decorated with OM symbol, yarn tassel and antique silver feather pendant
- Crystal Beads Strand Bracelet: you can use it as a wrap bracelet
- Comes with a beautiful gift box
- Handmade item, ethnic, lightweight, great for everyday wear
Bellrela Sterling Silver Irish Celtic Knot Pendant Necklace Religious Jewelry
- Specification:1.Material:925 sterling silver and Cubic Zirconia 2.Pendant size:1.07*0.75inch 3.Adjustable chain length:18+2'' secure with spring ring clasp 4.Total weight:3.93 grams
- Design Concept:Celtic know necklace with infinite paths, represents uninterrupted life cycle
- Perfect Gift Idea:Wrapped in a fine jewelry box,a special present to your mom,wife,girlfriend,best friend,girls,or yourself on Mother's day,Birthday, Christmas, Anniversary, Valentine's Day.Surprise your loved ones with this valuable gift which they are will appreciate and treasure
- Exquisite Craftsmanship:Each jewelry from Bellrela are made of fine 925 sterling silver with corresponding appearance patent,We will never stop the pace of the pursuit of quality,all stones and polishings are made by hand
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Flongo Men's Womens Red Sandal Wood Prayer Mala Beads Chinese Knot Elastic Bracelet Link Wrist Necklace Chain
- Material: Wood; Elastic cord; Wood bead good health, style and wealth
- Size: 41.3"(105cm)*0.24"(0.6cm); You can wear it as bracelet or necklace
- 6mm Wood Bead Prayer Link Wrist Necklace Chain Buddhist Mala Bracelet
- Elastic cord will fit your wrist whatever your wrist strong or thin.
- GIFT PACKAGED: Including a "Flongo" gift bag
Christening 14KT Gold-Filled Beads with Cream Swarovski Simulated Pearls and Cross Charm Luxury Unisex Baby Bracelet (BGC_L)
- HANDMADE AND EXQUISITE - One of a kind charm bracelet, created by a loving mother of four from New York. The design is delicate and exclusive piece of baby jewelry, specially developed for christening, baptism and first communion events
- HIGH QUALITY AND DURABILITY - Made with sterling silver findings, hand beaded with 4mm ivory Swarovski simulated pearls, 2mm gold-filled beads and 8mm gold-filled engraved cross charm. Strung on a flexible beading wire for maximum strength, each end triple-secured. Your child can wear this bracelet every day, even during swimming or bathing
- FUNCTIONAL - Produced in a range of six different sizes, this pearl bracelet can fit from a newborn baby to a 12 year old kid. Measure your child's wrist with a tape measure, get the number of inches of the wrist and select the most appropriate size
- UNISEX - Appropriate for girls and boys
CASOTY Sterling Silver Freshwater Pearl and Mermaid Pendant Necklace 18", Mother's Day Gift
- High Quality Brand New, Pendant Size: 23*12.5mm, Chain Length about 18", Color as in the pictured, Material: 925 Silver, Stone Type: Pearl
- Package includes: 1 x CASOTY Pendant Necklace, 1 x CASOTY Jewelry Bag
- Great for anniversary,engagement, proposal,or birthday gift etc. Mother's Day Gift
- Perfect for Women and Girls, looks pretty and more feminine when you wear it. Other beautiful Pearl Necklace models for customer reference - ASIN: B01GZVU0Z2
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Flongo Men's Women's Vintage Stainless Steel 6mm Beads Black Jesus Christ Crucifix Cross Rosary Pendant Necklace, 30 inch
- ECO-FRIENDLY & DURABLE: metal: stainless-steel; able to endure a lot of wear and tear; ideal material for jewelry
- Cross Pendant: 1.3"(3.2cm)*0.75"(1.9cm)
- Solid Beads Rosary Catholic Crucifix Necklace, Nice weight, feels good in your hand, Good for men or women
- PRAYERFULLY HANDMADE, very sturdy, heavy and comfortable to hold and use, and manly; Great everyday rosary for men to carry with them in pocket
- GIFT PACKAGED: Including a "Flongo" gift bag
Hygiene Guidelines Relaxed for Muslim Nurses
Muslim nurses are now allowed to adhere to their traditional dressing customs, but is it safe for patients? And what about the Christian nurse who can no longer wear her cross necklace?
These new guidelines have caused a fair amount of buzz. Many are concerned about the spread of germs from hospital personnel to patients. According to an article by Jonathan Petre on Mail Online, the new allowances go against "earlier guidance that all staff should be 'bare below the elbow' after long sleeves were blamed for spreading bacteria, leading to superbug deaths." Others note a much deeper issue involving double-standards. While Muslims were given the freedom to honor their traditions, a Christian nurse lost her battle against her superiors who asked her to remove her cross necklace.
After reading up on the issue and giving it a considerable amount of thought, I've come to a few conclusions:
As long as adequate safety measures are taken, Muslims should be allowed to honor their customs.
I really don't have an issue with Muslims wearing plastic covers instead of scrubbing because the covers are still preventing direct contact. The guidelines state that "disposable over-sleeves can be worn where gloves are used but strict adherence to washing hands and wrists must be observed before and after use." This seems pretty safe to me.
Now, in the same article on Mail Online, Derek Butler, the chairman of MRSA Action UK, stated, "My worry is that by allowing some medics to use disposable sleeves you compromise patient safety because unless you change the sleeves between treating each patient, you spread bacteria. . . .I've seen doctors and nurses fail to change their gloves, and I've no doubt this will see exactly the same thing happening." I won't argue with someone who's more knowledgeable in the field of health care than I am, but why not just take extra measures to ensure that Muslim staff change those sleeves after each use? Heck, why not take extra measures to ensure that all staff change whatever disposable gloves or sleeves they're wearing when they move on to a new patient?
As far as I can tell, there are enough options available to ensure that Muslim staff members can keep their traditions without compromising patient safety. I'm even okay with the bangles, so long as they don't fall down the arm while the nurse is working.
The double-standard might not be what it seems.
The controversy about the Christian nurse is the aspect of the story that has really gotten me thinking. According to another article on Mail Online by Luke Sakheld, Shirley Chaplin was asked to not wear her cross necklace to work anymore after having worn it for years with no problem. She claims that it's unfair that Muslim workers can have their sleeves and bangles, but she can't have her necklace due to safety concerns. On one level, I agree with her. I mean, a necklace isn't even anywhere near the arms, so I would guess that it would be much less of a potential danger. If hospitals want to respect religious beliefs and customs, why make allowances for one group and not another?
At the same time, I understand that the issue isn't as simple as that. I don't know a whole lot about Islam, but I do know that Muslims are stricter with their practices than Christians are with Christianity. I also know that clothing is much more significant in the Islamic tradition than in Christianity. As far as I know, there has never been a time in Christian history when wearing a cross was a requirement. Even though Petre's article says that "Islamic experts are divided about how Muslim women should dress as the Koran is ambiguous on the matter," I still see that dressing customs are vastly different for Muslims and Christians. People need to be taken in their full contexts, and I honestly feel that a Christian wearing or not wearing a cross necklace is vastly different from a Muslim wearing or not wearing traditional clothing.
My ultimate point on the matter is this: If we, as Christians, want to outwardly express our faith, we don't need necklaces or t-shirts or bumper stickers or anything else to do so. We simply need to live like Christ. I believe that Mrs. Chaplin is already outwardly expressing her faith by simply being a nurse (or at least she was until she got moved to a desk job). She made it her career to help and heal people, and that's one of the many things Jesus Christ did. Expression of Christian faith has never relied on believers wearing a certain object. If one feels unable to express one's Christianity in the workplace because a superior or certain codes prohibited wearing something, I would ask that person if their Christianity is real. Is not expressing Christianity loving the Lord with all your heart, mind, and soul, and loving your neighbor as yourself? Jesus summed it up as such. We are to love God and show the utmost love and concern for our fellow humans because we all have been broken and have suffered. I think Christians are capable of this whether they wear a cross on their necks or not.
"Muslim nurses CAN cover up. . .but Christian colleagues can't wear crucifixes."
"Muslim staff escape NHS hygiene rule"
"Christian nurse 'ordered to remove crucifix...at hospital where Muslims were allowed to wear headscarves."