Archive for December, 2008

My New Year’s gift

December 25, 2008

I liked my Blog Guru ‘s idea to give a gift to one of my blog surfers. My gift will be the bilingual (EN + BG) edition of Shakespeare’s sonnets.

How to participate? Reply here  by 6 Jan 09 incl. (in EN or BG) sharing: Your most memorable event(s) in 2008.
The winner will be announced here & contacted by e-mail. Mailing costs – on me.

How would the winner be selected? On 7 Jan 2009 at 19:00 hrs in ‘Your Place ‘  in the presence of  2 bloggers on my Blogroll – V. Staykov  & J. Toms  (check that surprise too), the lucky winner(s) will be drawn.

*       Wishing     *
you most enjoyable    *
H o l i d a y Season & a Happy 2 0 0 9 !
Back on 7 Jan 09

Merry X-Mas

December 24, 2008

In a grotto at the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem a silver star marks the exact site of the birth of Jesus. One of the places I will remember most vividly 2008 for. Merry X-Mas!


Bethlehem, The Church of the Nativity

Miraculous Icons in Bulgaria

December 23, 2008

‘Miraculous Icons in Bulgaria’ – a photo album of 17 miraculous icons in Bulgaria and their history has been published earlier this month (for now in Bulgarian & Russian languages). The book contains contact information on the places of worship where the original icons can be found. The album can be obtained at church book stores. Source: Pravoslavie (in Bulgarian).

Stop and Think!

December 22, 2008

I came across Stop and Think – with helpful thoughts on how to make our lives simpler, easier, and happier. And I stopped and thought: why do we sometimes instead of stop and think, we stop thinking.  On giving and receiving – Mike Ramm’s thoughts on the issue were the reading I needed today.

In search

December 21, 2008

google_21_12_20081Google‘s way of saying Happy Holidays. I indeed forgot what I was searching for. Must have been holiday-related, even if it was not, now for sure it is. Google‘s logo (21 Dec 2008)

Earth, we & them

December 21, 2008

The Day the Earth Stood Still – our Planet Earth and we, and numerous vital questions. Under what circumstances do we change and why only then? The alien [Keanu Reeves] seems to have the answers. A lot to think about on the part of humans. And do.