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... me more regularly the longer I've been here. It hits at random times, like when I am out walking to school, or at a coffee shop, or wandering the streets like I did today. I feel relaxed and peaceful. Most often I am alone and feel as though I can take my time. This feeling reminds me of the Italian phrase "il dolce far niente" which means "the sweetness of doing nothing." Most of our actions in life have a purpose. I take my 45 minute walk to get to school so I can go to ...
... as a parting gift after I admired it, only desisting when I protested that we didn't have a round table to put it on at home. At some point, however, we crossed Via Felice, finding, once again, our initial delight. We are now nestled in the green, rolling hills of Umbria. Our superb apartment in Spoleto offers views to Termi, Montefalco and, on a very clear day, Assisi. My high school mate Jeri, and her partner Sue Ann, joined us a few days ago. Our ...
... up there just chilling, you could sit basically on the roof of the tower and it has a railing around the edge (sitting was fine, but standing was less than ideal for me).
Nearly missed my train back to perugia because they didn't announce a platform change. Nice bit of panicked running to finish off the day. Had dinner at the hostel, and once this is online, I'm planning to sit on the balcony and read my book. Tomorrow: Siena!
... other churches and head straight for St Francis's Basilica. Wow. I mean, wow. I loved this church. There are 3 layers. The tomb where st. Francis is buried, the early church, and the upper fancy church. The frescos on the upper church walls depicting Francis' life made me understand what Francis was trying to preach. He was like a rock star in those days! IF I was to become a Christian; I would become a follower of Francis for ...
... husband that the child was not his. St Anthony became a Franciscan Friar and was loved. He was known for his hard work received the title of Evangelical Doctor of the Church. The canonisation began immediately upon his death in 1232 and today he is truly a universal saint, when his casket was opened the tongue of the Saint, the instrument which he had glorified God in so many ways, was found to be intact, people pray to him for their health, for a loss,hope,virtue & ...
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