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  2. "All sin already bears its forgiveness within itself; every little boy already bears the old man within himself; every infant bears death; every dying man bears eternal life."
    — Kurt Vonnegut, Slaughterhouse Five (via lostintimacy)

    (via insideoutbrutality)

     
  3. orthodoxteenagers:

    Jesus Enters Jerusalem as King of Israel on Palm Sunday

    Palm Sunday is a very important day of the Greek Orthodox Church. It’s celebrated on the Sunday before Easter*.

    Palm Sunday is celebrated to commemorate the triumphal entry of Jesus in Jerusalem on the back of a young donkey after the miracle of raising Lazarus from the dead. The people of Jerusalem greeted Jesus waving palm branches and shouting praises at him. Palm Sunday also marks Jesus’s last week on Earth.

    (via orthodoxicons)

     
  4. thenfacetoface:

    orthodoxwayoflife:

    Santo y Glorioso Profeta, Precursor y Bautista Juan

    The Holy and Glorious Prophet, the Precursor and Baptist John

    (via orthodoxicons)

     
  5. onancientpaths:

    thirstygargoyle:

    So, while I’m on icons, I like Theophanes the Greek in Andrei Rublev. This, of course, is his Transfiguration.

    This might be my favorite icon.

    (via orthodoxicons)

     
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  7. Me at the Cathedral of the Most Holy Theotokos, the “Joy of All Who Sorrow”, in San Francisco, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Glorification of St. John WONDER-WORKER OF SHANGHAI AND SAN FRANCISCO with his incorrupt body present.

     
  8. Me at the Cathedral of the Most Holy Theotokos, the “Joy of All Who Sorrow”, in San Francisco, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Glorification of St. John WONDER-WORKER OF SHANGHAI AND SAN FRANCISCO with his incorrupt body present.

     
  9. saatchiart:

    We love the poetry of artist Robert Montgomery’s “recycled sunlight” pieces.

     

  10. "…as Eriugena might remind us: hell is not a place, it is the psychological state to which we commit ourselves in so far as we refuse to abandon the circumstances that sustain our specifically creatural fantasies."
    — Peter Hallward, ‘The One or the Other’ (via spiritandteeth)
     

  11. "My principles are only those that prior to the French revolution, every well born person considered healthy and normal."
    — ~ Julius Evola. (HT Gornahoor)

    (via varangoi)