What Would We Do Without Donkeys ?

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Από την πανέμορφη Χώρα της Αλοννήσου ο φίλος μου ο “Γιώτης” άξιος κουβαλητής στα πέτρινα ανηφορικά σοκάκια παραδίδει χωρίς γκρίνια τις παραγγελίες των κατοίκων

From the beautiful village Chora of Alonissos my friend “Giotis” worthy carrier in the stone uphill alleys it delivers without moaning the orders of the residents

 

For millions of people, the donkey is the main means of transporting goods, particularly in cities where many homes are not accessible by vehicles.

The donkeys can be maneuvered in closed turns and cross narrow, enclosed paths leading to homes. They do not need expensive tires and rarely have problems on slippery surfaces.

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Summer Storm – Sara Teasdale

Kαλοκαιρινές καταιγίδες και κατασκευές κάτω από μια παλιά βάρκα…

Summer storms and crafts under an old boat

 

 

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The panther wind
Leaps out of the night,
The snake of lightning
Is twisting and white,
The lion of thunder
Roars — and we
Sit still and content
Under a tree —
We have met fate together
And love and pain,
Why should we fear
The wrath of the rain!

Old habit that does not stop waking up in the morning, wherever I am … even on holidays.

I took my coffee….  brushes … my paintings and after the morning walk I drove to the sea in Skopelos and started painting and decoupage …

That morning looked different from the others …

The sky was loading and the sun did not come out

Everything seemed like a great rain coming.

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Παλιά συνήθεια που δεν κόβεται να ξυπνώ πολύ πρωί όπου κι αν είμαι… ακόμα και στις διακοπές..

Έπαιρνα τον καφέ μου…. τα πινέλα… τις μπογιές μου και μετά τον πρωϊνό περίπατο άραζα στη θάλασσα στη Σκόπελο και άρχιζα τη ζωγραφική…

Κείνο το πρωϊνό φαινόταν αλλιώτικο από τα άλλα…

Ο ουρανός φόρτωνε και ο ήλιος αργούσε να βγει….

Όλα έδειχναν πως θα ξεσπάσει μπόρα …

 

 

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ΣΠΟΡΑΔΕΣ ΝΥΜΦΕΣ – Sporades “sirens “

Kαλό Φθινόπωρο συνταξιδιώτες μου!!!

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Σποράδες νεραϊδόμορφες , νύμφες του Αιγαίου ,
άρπα τετράχορδη ουράνιας μελωδίας ,
διθύραμβε του έρωτά μας , του πηγαίου .
Νησιά των οραμάτων μας , εξωτικά μου ,
άστρα του νου μας και νεφέλες χορωδίας ,
παρακαλώ σας , ταξιδέψτε τα όνειρά μου .

….Sporades , nymphs of the Aegean Sea,
harp quartet of heavenly melody,
he dares our love, the source.
Islands of our visions, exotic,
stars of our minds and chorus clouds,
please, take my dreams.

 

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Who Am I, Without Exile? – Mahmoud Darwish

 

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Water

binds me

to your name …

Nothing takes me from the butterflies of my dreams

to my reality: not dust and not fire. What

will I do without roses from Samarkand? What

will I do in a theater that burnishes the singers with its lunar

stones? Our weight has become light like our houses

in the faraway winds. We have become two friends of the strange

creatures in the clouds … and we are now loosened

from the gravity of identity’s land. What will we do … what

will we do without exile, and a long night

that stares at the water?…..

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Minimalism is an attitude of life, it is ideology !!

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Ο  μινιμαλισμός είναι στάση ζωής, είναι ιδεολογία !!

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How might your life be better with less?

MINIMALISM: A DOCUMENTARY ABOUT THE IMPORTANT THINGS examines the many flavors of minimalism by taking the audience inside the lives of minimalists from all walks of life—families, entrepreneurs, architects, artists, journalists, scientists, and even a former Wall Street broker—all of whom are striving to live a meaningful life with less.

http://www.freeminds.gr/minimalism/

The Pigeon Towers of Iran

Oι  περίτεχνοι περιστερώνες της Περσίας!

 

 

During the 16th and 17th century, particularly around the time of the Safavid reign, the Iranian folks built a large number of towers to house pigeons. The pigeons were domesticated not for their meat (pigeon is especially revered in Islam), but rather for their droppings, which the locals collected and used to fertilize melon and cucumber fields.

Κατά τη διάρκεια του 16ου και 17ου αιώνα, κυρίως στα χρόνια της βασιλείας των Σαφαβιδών στην Περσία, ο λαός έχτισε έναν μεγάλο αριθμό πύργων για περιστέρια, τα οποία εξημέρωναν όχι τόσο για το κρέας τους όσο για τα περιττώματά τους, που τα χρησιμοποιούσαν για να λιπάνουν τις καλλιέργειες πεπονιών και αγγουριών.

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“Every shut eye ain’t sleep and every good-bye ain’t gone”.

 

Εvery closed eye ain’t sleep means that when you ignore something happening , doesn’t mean you’re stupid and that you don’t know.

And that every goodbye ain’t gone , means it stays in your memory , especially if it was someone important. You’ll always remember it.

Kάθε κλειστό μάτι δεν κοιμάται,  σημαίνει ότι όταν αγνοείς κάτι που συμβαίνει, δεν σημαίνει ότι είσαι ηλίθιος και ότι δεν ξέρεις.

Και ότι κάθε αντίο δεν έχει φύγει, σημαίνει ότι μένει στη μνήμη σας, ειδικά αν κάτι ήταν σημαντικό  θα το θυμάσαι πάντα.

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What It Means To Be Greek

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To be Greek is not only syrtaki and Zorbas ….

Being Greek means being the best possible person you can be

1. “[It means] being part of something that is bigger myself, and having a huge support system.”

2. “It means recognizing how privileged we are and using our power to help others through service and philanthropy.”

3. “It means knowing there’s a whole group of people who are behind me no matter what. An indescribable support system.”

4. “[It is] a home away from home with sisters I can always count on, and a tight community who supports one another and pushes one another to be the best version of themselves.”

5. “It means always wearing your letters and representing your chapter well. It means carrying on the ideals of your founders and helping your chapter be the best it can be.”

6. “[It is] friends I can rely on and having a solid group of strong women I can go to when I need them most. Opportunities, friendships and connections I know will last beyond college.”

7. “It means having a group of brothers who always have my back.”

8. “It means being part of a caring and inspirational community. There are always people who are there for you, whether they are in your chapter or other members of the Greek community. We all support each other, and I can’t imagine how different my life would be without these amazing people.”

9. “It means having a group of people that keep me accountable with my academics and who inspire me to be a better person.”

10. “It redefines family and what it means to be a loyal friend to someone. It emphasizes inclusivity and provides a space to always have someone to study with, live with and work with.”

11. “Being Greek, to me, means being celebrated as an individual while having the opportunity to be a part of something bigger than myself. Greek means growing as an individual through my organization and Greek life as a community.”

12. “It means having a bunch of people who all want to make the world better and want to do it together.”

13. “It’s like being in an extracurricular group, except it’s full of people who I love seeing every day. It’s my second family in a way.”

14. “Being Greek means I have a united goal and something in common with diverse, intelligent and driven people who want to see me succeed.”

https://www.theodysseyonline.com/what-it-means-to-be-greek-2

Shushtar, Historical Hydraulic System

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ΙRΑΝ Shushtar, Historical Hydraulic System, inscribed as a masterpiece of creative genius, can be traced back to Darius the Great in the 5th century B.C.

It involved the creation of two main diversion canals on the river Kârun one of which, Gargar canal, is still in use providing water to the city of Shushtar via a series of tunnels that supply water to mills. It forms a spectacular cliff from which water cascades into a downstream basin.

It then enters the plain situated south of the city where it has enabled the planting of orchards and farming over an area of 40,000 ha. known as Mianâb (Paradise).

 

Το Ιστορικό Υδραυλικό Σύστημα του Shushtar, που είναι εγγεγραμμένο ως αριστούργημα δημιουργικής ιδιοφυΐας, ανήκει στον Μεγάλο Δαρείο και χρονολογείται τον 5ο αιώνα π.Χ.

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The National Day of Singapore 2018

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The National Day of Singapore is celebrated every year on August 9, in commemoration of Singapore’s independence from Malaysia in the year 1965

Singapore until the early 19th century was a peaceful fishermen’s island. Then the British diagnosed his potential and in 1819 they founded a commercial colony there. The locals in 1963 decided to live free, and after being incorporated for two years with Malaysia (1963-1965), they thought better and were independent.

H Σιγκαπούρη μέχρι τις αρχές του 19ου αιώνα ήταν ένα φιλήσυχο νησί ψαράδων. Τότε οι Βρετανοί διέγνωσαν τις δυνατότητες του και το 1819 ίδρυσαν εκεί εμπορική αποικία. Οι ντόπιοι το 1963 αποφάσισαν να ζήσουν πιο ελεύθεροι και αφού ενσωματώθηκαν για δυο χρόνια με τη Μαλαισία (1963-1965), το σκέφθηκαν καλύτερα και ανεξαρτητοποιήθηκαν.

Jorogumo is a woman spider – H γυναίκα “αράχνη”

Στην Ιαπωνική μυθολογία, η Jorōgumo, ένα είδος Yokai (υπερφυσικό τέρας), θεωρείται ότι είναι μια αράχνη Nephila, η οποία μπορεί να μεταμορφώνεται σε μια σαγηνευτική γυναίκα.

Ο μύθος λέει ότι η πανέμορφη γυναίκα προσελκύει έναν άνδρα σε μια ήσυχη καλύβα για να παίξουν Biwa , ένα είδος ιαπωνικού λαούτου. Με τον ήχο του οργάνου αποσπά την προσοχή του και ταυτόχρονα τυλίγει το θύμα της με μεταξωτές κλωστές. Θα είναι το επόμενο γεύμα της!

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The legend comes from the Edo period and era ruled by shoguns that lasted from 1603 to 1868. When a spider lives for 400 years it gains the ability to grow to the size of a cow and can shape-shift into an attractive young lady. Continue reading

“Gossip dies the moment it hits a wise person’s ears.”

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Avoid gossips and do not engage gossipers.

For it has been said that people who love to talk to you about other people are the same people who love to talk about you to other people.

Γιατί κουτσομπολεύουμε;

Σύμφωνα με τους ψυχολόγους, ο κύριος λόγος που το κάνουμε είναι η επιθυμία μας να απλοποιηθεί η διαδικασία της οικοδόμησης κοινωνικών δεσμών με τους άλλους. Οι αντιπάθειες που μοιράζονται από δυο ανθρώπους μπορούν να τους φέρουν πιο κοντά από ότι τα κοινά ενδιαφέροντα.
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“The Oracle Within” – Dick Sutphen

 

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A Sufi teaching tells of the man who visited a great mystic to find out how to let go of his chains of attachment and his prejudices.

Μια διδασκαλία Sufi λέει για έναν άνθρωπο που επισκέφθηκε έναν μεγάλο μυστικιστή για να μάθει πώς να αφήσει τις αλυσίδες της προσκόλλησης στις προκαταλήψεις του.

Instead of answering him directly, the mystic jumped to his feet and bolted to a nearby pillar, flung his arms around it, grasping the marble surface as he screamed, “Save me from this pillar! Save me from this pillar!”

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Medieval Men and Women Were a Lot Like Us, Their Made-Up Monsters Show

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Μεσαιωνικά show τεράτων

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The current exhibition at the Morgan Library and Museum titled “Medieval Monsters: Terrors, Aliens and Wonders” is a masterclass in Medieval lore. While the source material might be, on average, more than six centuries old, it actually makes for pretty good fare for pop-culture aficionados.

Mildly annoyed at how long you have to wait for the final installment of Game of Thrones? This exhibition, rife with dragons, wyverns, sphinxes, unicorns and “sea swines,” is for you. It’s also for anyone with a passion for gender studies or a voracious appetite for examining power dynamics in imagery (i.e. there’s at least a little cultural relevance outside the George R.R. Martin fandom).

Medieval Monsters continues through September 23 at The Morgan Library.

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Coralarium: Ocean’s First Intertidal Art Museum Doubles as Marine Habitat

Μουσείο για κοράλλια και υποβρύχια αγάλματα!

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A new first-of-its-kind underwater art museum in the Maldives features exhibits and sculptures at various levels, from the seabed through the intertidal waterline and up to the skyline, designed to be exposed and submerged to different degrees.

More than just an aesthetic endeavor, however, the project by environmental artist Jason Decaires Taylor is engineered to support the regrowth of endangered coral populations and other local marine wildlife. It’s the island’s first regeneration project, addressing a real need while also raising regional awareness. Continue reading

The Real-Life Inspiration for “Beauty and the Beast” Is Too Dark for Disney

Η Ωραία και το Τέρας: μια αληθινή ιστορία

 

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It may be a “tale as old as time,” but “Beauty and the Beast” isn’t “true as it can be.” Like many fairy tales, the Disney classic you’re familiar with is really a new, child-friendly version of a historically dark tale. But this story has even darker roots.

For thousands of years, folktales from around the world have included descriptions of a bride with an animal groom. When French novelist Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve finally published the first written version of the story in 1740, it was based on a sad but true tale.

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I put a spell on ….. gourd

 

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Storytells with starring witches, marbleing boys and throwing spells or curses.

Parents who abandon their children. Muddy dragons that steal the beauty of the girls. Terrible forests with wolves, vampires and elves … And yet. The children clearly show that they are enchanted by fairytales with violent heroes and scary plot.

Παραμύθια με πρωταγωνίστριες γριές μάγισσες, που μαρμαρώνουν τα αγόρια και ρίχνουν ξόρκια ή κατάρες.

Γονείς που εγκαταλείπουν τα παιδιά τους. Μοχθηροί δράκοι που κλέβουν την ομορφιά των κοριτσιών. Τρομακτικά δάση με λύκους, βρικόλακες και ξωτικά… Κι όμως. Τα παιδιά δείχνουν ξεκάθαρα, πως μαγεύονται από παραμύθια με βίαιους ήρωες και τρομακτική πλοκή. Continue reading

Sunshine all the time makes a desert

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Why is variety in our lives important?  

This may sound a bit counter intuitive at first. Winning all the time is bad for you. It’s kind of like having only sunshine. Without an occasional loss, how do you know the thrill of victory? Without the occasional setback, how would you know the satisfaction of completion?

 

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Γιατί η ποικιλία στη ζωή μας είναι σημαντική;

Αυτό μπορεί να μην γίνεται αντιληπτό από την πρώτη στιγμή.

Κερδίζοντας όλη την ώρα δεν είναι και ότι καλύτερο.

Είναι κάπως σαν να υπάρχει λιακάδα συνέχεια.

Χωρίς περιστασιακή απώλεια, πως  θα γνωρίζαμε τη συγκίνηση της νίκης;

Χωρίς την περιστασιακή οπισθοδρόμηση, πώς θα γνωρίζαμε την ικανοποίηση της ολοκλήρωσης;

 

https://philosiblog.com/2012/06/14/sunshine-all-the-time-makes-a-desert/

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Mapping Out Freedom: Escaped Slaves Used Braids For Direction

The women would weave the maps in their hair, carving out paths with their cornrows. Some patterns were even utilized to deliver secret messages.

Braids. They are an easy, go-to style to up chicness, comfort, and convenience. However, for some escaped slaves in South America, braids were a survival mechanism and led to freedom.

 

 

Κάτι που μάλλον δε γνωρίζαμε σχετικά με τα αφρικανικής προέλευσης χτενίσματα.

Οι λεπτές πλεξούδες που είναι κολλημένες στο κεφάλι, μαρτυρούν την αντίσταση των γυναικών, οι οποίες αναζητούσαν για τους σκλάβους οδούς διαφυγής από τις φυτείες της Καραϊβικής.

Συγκεκριμένα, οι γυναίκες που δούλευαν στα σπίτια, συναντιόντουσαν στις

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“Η εγκατάλειψη ζώων είναι μια συμπεριφορά που δεν μας τιμά”

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“The abandonment of animals is a behavior that does not honor us”

 

He grew up a lot. My parents did not want it. We got baby. He got sick. We had a problem with the block of flats. We changed home / work. He turned the house. He was barking. We changed our mind. She gave birth to puppies that we did not calculate.

Μεγάλωσε πολύ. Δεν το ήθελαν οι γονείς μου. Αποκτήσαμε μωρό. Αρρώστησε. Είχαμε πρόβλημα με την πολυκατοικία. Αλλάξαμε σπίτι/δουλειά. Κατέστρεφε το σπίτι. Γάβγιζε. Αλλάξαμε γνώμη. Γέννησε κουτάβια που δεν είχαμε υπολογίσει.

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Care ……. Craig Santos Perez

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My 16-month old daughter wakes from her nap
and cries. I pick her up, press her against my chest

and rub her back until my palm warms
like an old family quilt. “Daddy’s here, daddy’s here,”

I whisper. Here is the island of Oʻahu, 8,500 miles
from Syria. But what if Pacific trade winds suddenly

became helicopters? Flames, nails, and shrapnel
indiscriminately barreling towards us? What if shadows

cast against our windows aren’t plumeria
tree branches, but soldiers and terrorists marching

in heat? Would we reach the desperate boats of
the Mediterranean in time? If we did, could I straighten

my legs into a mast, balanced against the pull and drift
of the current? “Daddy’s here, daddy’s here,” I

whisper. But am I strong enough to carry her across
the razor wires of sovereign borders and ethnic

hatred? Am I strong enough to plead: “please, help
us, please, just let us pass, please, we aren’t

suicide bombs.” Am I strong enough to keep walking
even after my feet crack like Halaby pepper fields after

five years of drought, after this drought of humanity.
Trains and buses rock back and forth to detention centers.

Yet what if we didn’t make landfall? What if here
capsized? Could you inflate your body into a buoy

to hold your child above rising waters? “Daddy’s
here, daddy’s here,” I whisper. Drowning is

the last lullaby of the sea. I lay my daughter
onto bed, her breath finally as calm as low tide.

To all the parents who brave the crossing: you and your
children matter. I hope your love will teach the nations

that emit the most carbon and violence that they should,
instead, remit the most compassion. I hope, soon,

the only difference between a legal refugee and
an illegal migrant will be how willing

we are to open our homes, offer refuge, and
carry each other towards the horizon of care.

 

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Are You Pursuing Your Destiny or Surrendering to Your Fate?

Destiny implies we’re each here for a purpose. We are who we are in service to that purpose. We come into the world to fulfill our purpose.

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Υπάρχει ένα πράγμα σε αυτόν τον κόσμο που δεν πρέπει ποτέ να ξεχάσετε να κάνετε. Εάν ξεχάσετε τα πάντα και όχι αυτό, δεν υπάρχει τίποτα που να ανησυχείτε, αλλά αν θυμάστε τα πάντα και  το ξεχάσετε, τότε δεν θα έχετε κάνει τίποτα στη ζωή σας.

There is one thing in this world which you must never forget to do. If you forget everything else and not this, there is nothing to worry about, but if you remember everything else and forget this, then you will have done nothing in your life.

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Mission: Impossible — Fallout fans scale 2,000-foot cliff for epic outdoor screening

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Mια ασυνήθιστη προβολή του Mission: Impossible – Fallout για τους 2.000 που σκαρφάλωσαν στα 2.000 πόδια στη Νορβηγική κορυφή του Pulpit Rock  με θέα τα φιορδ!

Talk about a cliffhanger.

On Wednesday night, 2,000 particularly intrepid Mission: Impossible – Fallout fans pulled off the highly improbable by successfully scaling Norway’s famed Pulpit Rock — which sits nearly 2,000 feet above a scenic fjord — for an open-air 11 p.m. screening of the action blockbuster.

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2,000 feet, 2,000 people, 4 hours of hiking. The most impossible screening of Fallout. Thank you all for coming! I wish I could have been there.

http://ew.com/movies/2018/08/02/mission-impossible-fallout-epic-outdoor-screening/

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Opera of the Peaks – Όπερα με επιβλητικά φυσικά μοτίβα

The Belogradchik Rocks is an innovative idea by director Plamen Kartaloff whose unusual theatrical versions and design of the original director’s interpretation are associated with their conception among the magical beauty of the Rocks.

They give the audiencse the opportunity to experience their favourite works in a new way. Many guests come to enjoy opera and ballet art in the open air.

Tελείωσε το 3ο φεστιβάλ «Όπερα στις κορυφές», ενός από τα πιο πρωτότυπα φεστιβάλ της χώρας, το οποίο πραγματοποιήθηκε στο Μπελογκραντσίκ, στο ρωμαϊκό φρούριο που βρίσκεται στους πρόποδες των μαγευτικών και επιβλητικών βράχων, για τους οποίους περηφανεύεται αυτή η πόλη της Βορειοδυτικής Βουλγαρίας.

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Making the darkness consius…

“I will love the light for it shows me the way, yet I will endure the darkness because it shows me the stars.” ~ OG Mandino

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Το μόνο που χρειάζεται είναι να κάνετε κλικ στις νυχτερινές ειδήσεις για να δείτε ότι υπάρχουν άνθρωποι που υπομένουν τρομερά πράγματα σε αυτόν τον κόσμο. Πόλεμοι, δολοφονίες,  άνθρωποι που ζουν στη φτώχεια και άνθρωποι άρρωστοι.

 

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San Filippo Place de la Musique

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Η βικτωριανή  συλλογή στο  Sanfilippo περιλαμβάνει ατμομηχανές, αυτοματοποιημένα μουσικά όργανα και καρουσέλ. Όλα σε ένα σπίτι 43.000 τετραγωνικών μέτρων.

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This special tour features a demonstration on the Mighty Wurlitzer Theatre pipe organ, one of the largest (and loudest) ever built, with over 80 ranks and thousands of pipes. You’ll also get a chance to check out the Eden Palais carousel, built in France in the 1890s as a traveling, steam-powered amusement that’s been painstakingly restored to its full glory.

The tour will take you past thousands of steam-engine parts, several full-size steam engines and cabooses, a fully restored Pullman Palace car, dance organs and band organs from the 1800s, original lighting fixtures from the Uptown Theatre, and so much more. The best part about all of this? Every mechanical musical instrument is in top playing condition, and you’ll be able to hear dozens of them!

 

https://www.atlasobscura.com/events/place-de-la-musique-tour

Stop… talk … go …

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Καλό μήνα και καλές διακοπές σε όσους φύγουν …..

Μην στέλνετε ή απαντάτε σε ένα μήνυμα στο κινητό σας  κατά την οδήγηση  …..κάτι τέτοιο θέτει εσάς και τους άλλους σε κίνδυνο

  • Don’t send or respond to a text message while driving or at a red light; doing so puts you and others at risk and may even be against the law
  • Turn off your phone and put it in your pocket or purse; only use it when the car is in park
  • Always stay focused on the road when driving
  • Speak out if you are in the car with someone who is texting behind the wheel
  • Spread the word to promote safety in your community

https://www.integrityinsurance.com/tips/dangerstexting

Σύμφωνα με το νέο Κ.Ο.Κ., η χρήση κινητού τηλεφώνου κατά την οδήγηση επιτρέπεται μόνον όταν αυτό είναι τοποθετημένο σε ειδική θέση για ανοικτή ακρόαση ή όταν χρησιμοποιείται με ακουστικό ασύρματης επικοινωνίας (bluetooth).

Σημαντικός αριθμός ερευνών έχει δείξει ότι η χρήση του κινητού τηλεφώνου κατά τη διάρκεια της οδήγησης προκαλεί απόσπαση της προσοχής και Continue reading