Leah becomes Jacob's wife through a deception on the part of her father, Laban. In the Biblical account, Jacob is dispatched to the hometown of Laban—the brother of his mother Rebekah—to avoid being killed by his brother Esau, and to find a wife. Out by the well, he encounters Laban's younger daughter Rachel tending her father's sheep, and decides to marry her. Laban is willing to give Rachel's hand to Jacob as long as he works seven years for her.
On the wedding night, however, Laban switches Leah for Rachel. Later Laban claims that it is uncustomary to give the younger daughter away in marriage before the older one Genesis Laban offers to give Rachel to Jacob in marriage in return for another seven years of work Genesis Jacob accepts the offer and marries Rachel after the week-long celebration of his marriage to Leah.
Leah is the mother of six of Jacob's sons, including his first four Reuben , Simeon , Levi , and Judah , and later two more Issachar and Zebulun , and a daughter Dinah. According to the scriptures, God saw that Leah was "unloved" and opened her womb as consolation.
Seeing that she is unable to conceive, Rachel offers her handmaid Bilhah to Jacob, and names and raises the two sons Dan and Naphtali that Bilhah bears. Leah responds by offering her handmaid Zilpah to Jacob, and names and raises the two sons Gad and Asher that Zilpah bears. According to some commentaries, Bilhah and Zilpah are actually half-sisters of Leah and Rachel. One day, Leah's firstborn son Reuben returns from the field with mandrakes for his mother. Leah has not conceived for a while, and this plant, whose roots resemble the human body, is thought to be an aid to fertility.
Leah agrees, and that night she sleeps with Jacob and conceives Issachar. Afterwards she gives birth to Zebulun and to a daughter, Dinah. After that, God remembers Rachel and gives her two sons, Joseph and Benjamin. On a homiletical level, the classic Chassidic texts explain the sisters' rivalry as more than marital jealousy.
Each woman desired to grow spiritually in her avodat HaShem service of God , and therefore sought closeness to the tzadik Jacob who is God's personal emissary in this world. On rainy days in spring she goes to the The Stardrop Saloon at 5: On the 16th of Spring, she has an appointment at the clinic. Her schedule can deviate if there are specific conditions like season, weather or certain days of the week. Below are her schedule deviations prioritized highest to lowest for example, when it rains that schedule will override all others below it.
You can give Leah up to two gifts per week plus one on her birthday , which will raise or lower her friendship with you. For loved or liked gifts, Leah will say. Depending on your response in this conversation and the two-heart event, she'll either thank you for listening or briefly get angry.
She tells you that she's been thinking about the art show or is saving for a computer, depending on your choice in the previous event. Enter Cindersap Forest when Leah is there, in any season except winter. If you suggested an art show in her two-heart event, Leah is at your farmhouse door between 6 AM and 8 AM except in winter to invite you to her art show.
She started out as an exercise in human anatomy, but I ended up seeing her through to completion. Her expression is intentionally unclear I'll leave that for you to decide. It represents the boundary of human imagination. The shape and color came to me vividly when I was in a 'trance state'. I wanted to create an animatronic humanoid statue to toy with the viewer's ability to properly attribute personhood to a physical entity.
It's a celebration of my favorite sculpting material Finally, she thanks her special friend you , who gave her the idea for the art show and the courage to go through with it. Leah thanks everyone, Lewis starts the bidding on the art pieces, and as the scene fades, her ex, Kel, can be seen to the side. Afterward, Leah says she's exhausted but that the show was a success. If you suggested an art website in her two-heart event, enter Leah's Cottage when she's there.
Either way, an argument ensues. If you don't punch Kel, Leah does instead. If you do punch Kel, Leah says "That was pretty violent, Name. Leah takes you to find a more secluded spot and admits the picnic didn't quite pan out like she'd wanted it to. If the player does not have a Rabbit's Foot in inventory, all bachelorettes will express anger about the player dating them all at one time.
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Regardless of the player's dialogue choice s , all bachelorettes will decide to give the player the "cold shoulder" for about a week after the event. They will give angry dialogue when interacted with, and refuse gifts. After about a week, all bachelorettes will forgive the player, and dialogues return to normal. Once married, Leah will move into the farmhouse. Like other marriage candidates, she will add her own room to the right of the bedroom. She'll also set up a small area behind the farmhouse where she'll sometimes go to work on a sculpture.
On rainy mornings, Leah may offer you a gift she found while "mushroom-hunting": On mornings when Leah stays indoors all day, she may offer you Coffee or a gift grown in "a little pot out back": She may also offer you a Salad on days when she stays indoors all day. Leah's look evolved over the years the game was in development. Here's a timeline showing how ConcernedApe's art and Leah's style changed over the years before the game was launched.
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Views Read View source View history. Navigation Main page Recent changes Admin noticeboard Random page. This page was last modified on 16 December , at She loves to spend time outside, foraging for a wild meal or simply enjoying the gifts of the season. Maybe you can give her a little confidence boost? There seems to be variability to her schedule in the late spring. Some days she doesn't leave her house until 4pm. Normal Schedule Time Location Leaves her cottage and walks west to the lake in the woods.
Stands on the eastern shore of the lake and gazes toward the water. Walks back to the lake in the woods. Stands on the western shore of the lake and gazes toward the water. Standing looking at the river near her house.
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Standing on the dock on the Pond in Cindersap Forest drawing. Glad tidings The name is likely to have Hebrew origins from Biblical times. Retrieved from " https: Given names English feminine given names Hebrew feminine given names. Articles with short description All set index articles.
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