Posts in EN
Valentine's Day

In my quest for the true meaning and real story behind Valentine’s day I came upon numerous articles and blog posts that recount the story of a Christian priest named Valentine , the Lupercalia , the Roman Emperor Claudius Gothicus II and a blind girl who happened to be a jailer’s daughter. The only safe conclusion to these stories is that the way we celebrate this day has nothing to do with St. Valentine himself or the reason he was martyred for.

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Now that 2018 is coming to an end, I hope and wish your «Year in Review» was favorable…

Τώρα, που το 2018 τελειώνει, ελπίζω και εύχομαι η ανασκόπηση της χρονιάς αυτής να ήταν ευνοϊκή…

Most, hogy a 2018-as év végéhez ér, remélem, hogy az elmúlt év felülvizsgálata kedvezően alakult…

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Merry Christmas! Χρόνια πολλά! Szép karácsonyt!

I’d like to take this opportunity to wish each and everyone of you a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. I hope that you have all been on Santa’s nice list, and get lots of goodies!

Θα ήθελα να επωφεληθώ αυτής της ευκαιρίας για να ευχηθώ σε καθέναν από εσάς Καλά Χριστούγεννα με υγεία και ευτυχία. Ελπίζω ότι όλοι είστε στην «καλή» λίστα του Αϊ Βασίλη και θα πάρετε πολλά καλούδια!

Szeretném megragadni ezt a lehetőséget, hogy mindenkinek nagyon Boldog Karácsonyt és Kellemes Ünnepeket kívánjak. Remélem, mindannyian a Mikulás «jó» listáján vannak, és rengeteg ajándékot fognak kapni!

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Holiday Series 2018 - New Year's Charms (Gouri)

Charms are decorative objects made of various materials that are believed to bring fortune and protect their owner.

Charms were used as symbols of faith and fortune. Having them in the house or carrying them is an ancient practice that is found in all major cultures. Ancient Greeks before moving into a new house, broke a pomegranate on the threshold for it to bring prosperity, which we do even nowadays.

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