Believe in yourself: keep pushing, every answer is inside you
It’s not bad at all to feel misunderstood. Pythagoras was misunderstood, Socrates, Moses, Jesus, Mohammed, Copernicus, Galileo, many great men and women who changed history possessed such a great Spirit that they were destined to be just as greatly misunderstood. But to have self-confidence when all the circumstances around us
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7 most relevant Gospel and New Testament translation errors
Everyone who is committed to study the Holy Scriptures knows that what is being read is not simply the work of men, but is instead a revelation from GOD. The Bible is unfailing in matters of faith and morals, and so correctly states the Second Vatican Council: “it contains without
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Are not [surely] equal good and evil [deeds]. Repel [evil] with something better [good], and behold, [you will see that] the one who [was once your] enemy has become you dearest friend. (Quran 41, 34)   Arabic وَلا تَستَوِي الحَسَنَةُ وَلَا السَّيِّئَةُ ۚ ادفَع بِالَّتي هِيَ أَحسَنُ فَإِذَا الَّذي بَينَكَ
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Pirkei Avot: Benefits of Listening to the Elderly
The young man walks faster than the old man, but it is the old man who knows the way. (African proverb)   Anthropologists claim that even in prehistoric times wisdom and experience were left as a legacy by the oldest of the clan who, like a lamp, continued to illuminate
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Jacob’s Ladder
Jacob’s ladder (in Hebrew סולם יעקב “sulam Yaakov”) is a ladder that leads to heaven described in a dream that the biblical Patriarch Jacob had during his escape from his brother Esau: He arrived at the place and lodged there, because the sun had set . . . and he lay down in
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Cassino – Jerusalem: Day 94 Jerusalem
Departure: Ein Karem (Israel) 10:51 am Arrival: Jerusalem Weather: Sunny Distance of the day: 14,38 Km Progressive km: 2775,2 Moving Time: 2h 49m Elevation gain:  527 mt I [GOD] said: “You are gods, you are all sons of the Most High.” But you will die like mere mortals, you will
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Tikkun Olam: תיקון עולם “repair of the world”
Tikkun Olam (Hebrew: תיקון עולם, literally “repairing the world”) in Hebrew teachings is considered every activity intended to improve the world, bringing it closer to the harmonic state for which it was created. The whole Creation is by its nature good, but the Creator has deliberately left us room to
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