Diaspora

Diaspora [dahy-AS-pər-ə]


Part of speech: noun
Origin: Greek, 17th century


1. The dispersion or spread of a people from their original homeland.
2. People who have spread or been dispersed from their homeland.


Examples of diaspora in a sentence


“The largest population center for the Jewish diaspora is the United States, which has a larger Jewish population than Israel.”


“The Irish diaspora didn’t exist until the 19th century, when Irish people fled famine to begin new lives in the United States, Canada, and Australia.”

Episode 516 – Colossians 3 – The Gospel Road 01152023

We are not tacos and cannot make everyione happy. Though many of us try. I do the same and it gets me in to trouble. Remember to be kind and love one another. That is the best we can do at times.

I am not a taco

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Episode 515 – Deuteronomy 6 – The Gospel Road 01012023

Pursuit of Happiness

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You Are Appreciated and Matter

I Am Alright