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A retinue of ambassadors were dispatched by Prince Vladimir of Russia in 987 to search for a religion that could (i) unite warring factions within its borders and (ii) provide intelligence for future military campaigns against the Eastern Roman Empire, a bastion of Orthodoxy. A report was transmitted back to the Prince that said: "…And we went into the Greek lands, and we were led into a place where they serve their God, and we did not know where ...
... in Greece when a waiter came up asking me if I’d like more
wine. At the same time I had just started to ladle more of the beet salad onto
my plate. As he asked me if I would like another glass, I replied in Greek,
taking no time to switch from one language to the other. Then reverting back
when speaking to my peers. This might not seem like something to grand, but
just picture it. Picture Alex Arens doing this. I don’t eat new things. I ...
... second choice.
I arrived on Friday afternoon and quickly headed to the lone remaining regularly active synagogue in Thessaloniki, Yad Lazikaron. It is housed in the Jewish community building, which includes offices and a large community space including a kosher kitchen and dining rooms for meals, plus a children’s area. Thessaloniki’s synagogue is located right in the Modiano market area, between the old port and the market itself, no doubt ...
The day began with a 70th birthday singing session for Denis, one of our group. He is an amazing man in that he practices the 'Bowen' therapy technique and as such he has been in great demand for stiff necks, knees and ankles. It's really sounding like a PnO trip (pensioners and oldies) which I suppose it is! Denis never seems to mind helping others and he has a great gentle way about him - he was telling me that performing the 'healing' ...
... or not I got the position later this week. It has to do with curriculum development for a summer camp for children ages 4-12. I've done a lot with programming things and I've done a lot with kids, and love doing both, so I figured why not try it out? Even though it was a spur of the moment decision to apply, I'm still really hoping I get it.
The hardest thing about it out here is the language barrier. Our Greek class is giving ...