ignudiamore:

Porilaisten marssi.
Albert Edelfelt, 1892.

ignudiamore:

Porilaisten marssi.

Albert Edelfelt, 1892.

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simplyorthodox:

An Orthodox icon of Greatmartyr, Victory-bearer and Wonderworker George.
I wish you from my heart to have a blessed St. George’s Day!

simplyorthodox:

An Orthodox icon of Greatmartyr, Victory-bearer and Wonderworker George.

I wish you from my heart to have a blessed St. George’s Day!

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kkatyaa:

Christ is Risen! Truly, He is Risen!Christos Voskres! Voistinu Voskres!Khristós Anésti! Alithós Anésti!al-Masīḥ qām! Ḥaqqan qām!

kkatyaa:

Christ is Risen! Truly, He is Risen!
Christos Voskres! Voistinu Voskres!
Khristós Anésti! Alithós Anésti!
al-Masīḥ qām! Ḥaqqan qām!

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oate:

*shows up at ur door 10 years after we had an argument* aND ANOTHER THING

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A dachaui lágerben elhunyt Girotti atya boldoggá avatása

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"Do not train a child to learn by force or harshness; but direct them to it by what amuses their minds, so that you may be better able to discover with accuracy the peculiar bent of the genius of each."

Plato (via purplebuddhaproject)

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Gaura Nitai - evening darshan 
22.04.2014. Budapest temple

Gaura Nitai - evening darshan
22.04.2014. Budapest temple

history-of-italy:

Praetorians of Augustus, 1st century AD, depicted in a marble bas-relief.
The Praetorian Guard (Latin: Praetoriani) was a force of bodyguards used by Roman Emperors. The title was already used during the Roman Republic for the guards of Roman generals, at least since the rise to prominence of the Scipio family around 275 BC. The Guard was dissolved by Emperor Constantine I in the 4th century.

history-of-italy:

Praetorians of Augustus, 1st century AD, depicted in a marble bas-relief.
The Praetorian Guard (Latin: Praetoriani) was a force of bodyguards used by Roman Emperors. The title was already used during the Roman Republic for the guards of Roman generals, at least since the rise to prominence of the Scipio family around 275 BC. The Guard was dissolved by Emperor Constantine I in the 4th century.

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Back to the future with Isaac Asimov

In 1964 Isaac Asimov published an essay predicting what our world would look like in 2014.

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