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... dedicated to St. Gregory Palamas and that’s why I am here. His coffin was ceremoniously brought out of his above-ground tomb, within the church, and placed before the Bishop’s throne on the right. His relics, encased in silver, slid out of the bottom of the coffin like a trundle bed, but protected by glass. Thousands streamed before the coffin throughout the entire service crossing themselves, some kneeling, others bowing, praying quietly ...
... 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 ...
... my book and started to make our Christmas decoration. A couple of hours later we plugged in to the mains and tripped the electricity out. Oh dear!! Maintenance realised the inverter should have been unplugged. The site owner asked us not to plug in again. We tidied up and made tea. It must be time for a beer after all that hard work and ...
... and Ottomans all having control of the city over the centuries. Each of these different cultures have left their mark, giving the city it's diverse culture and unique gamut of landmarks. The Apostle Paul preached here, Ataturk (founding father of modern Turkey) was born here, Philip the Great is buried here and his son, Alexander the Great had his kingdom here. With this, comes a city with tremendous history.
Europeans tend to take their month of vacation ...
... threaded throughout, in every neighborhood we could see, were churches. Paul's vision was extraordinary.
And so was his love of this community of working class believers. After lunch we found a newer church besides a Starbucks to visit. Inside Panagia Deksia, Mary's Church of the Right Hand, so named because the signature icon of Mary is holding Jesus with her right hand, we sat together in view of ...