rippled jeans

Poţi ieşi la vânătoare de lei în ripped jeans?

  Blugii rupţi nu sunt pentru oricând şi oricine. E un timp de purtat şi unul de agăţat. Vremea când babele luau pantalonii rupţi şi îi coseau a trecut. Îmi amintesc că într-o carte, de acum jumătate de deceniu, Michel citeşte


Un joc dur ca viaţa, frumos ca viaţa, pe care n-ar strica să-l știm cu toţi

    La fel cum piloții de avioane de linie se antrenează mai întâi zeci şi sute de ore pe simulatoare de zbor înainte de-a transporta sute de oameni cu 800 de kilometri pe oră, și noi cei care trebuie citeşte

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Poema muncii

Sfârâie micii în jar proletar ard hălcile în furci de grătar fum de mahorcă mesenii cinstesc halbe la metru berarii servesc.   iar defilează izmele de miciuri Nicio paradă, doar răstigniri prin beciuri.   Dincolo de geam, dublurile privesc cu citeşte


Intrarea lui Iisus în Ierusalim

Astăzi e ziua în care Iisus intră în Ierusalim călare pe un asin. Îl înviase pe Lazăr, mulţimea îl însoţea. Cei mulţi strigau: “Osana!” În limba ebraică însemna “salvează-ne.” Oamenii l-au văzut în timp ce dărâmă tarabele negustorilor şi cum citeşte

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Duelul Stoicov-Manolo s-a sfârşit

Adrian Stoicov şi-a dat jos tricoul de antrenor pentru a urca la cer şi a întregi echipa galactică a lui Poli. S-a sfârşit la doar 49 de ani, un cancer fudroiant l-a terminat în mai puţin de două luni. Un citeşte

Forgive those who trespass against us


The Passion Week is a time for meditation and forgiveness. It is a time for meekness, through prayer, for introspection. It’s a time for confession, for doing away with sins and for searching the right things to do.
We do not know whether the current rulers found the time, between two tenders and an exchange of curses, for seeking the angels’ forgiveness. We only see pharisees walking on the middle of the road with icons bearing political signatures. They put their name next to our Savior, just like Judas put his lips once on His cheek, at the beginning of time.
With more mercy in his soul, the man who made his peace with the times, but whose steady hope made him victorious, can more easily win his right to penitence. He is purer, meeker, and therefore closer to God. Everybody in the mother land knows that better means higher. Higher meaning being close to Him, the only one who could give the blessing. The individual is a fearful creature and that is why such moments bring him closer to holy things. He has a simple way of seeing things, with the Passion Week teaching him that this is a time for merciless, for searching his relation to God.
These days are beautiful because, more than any other time, we can behold our salvation by the way we come before out father. The Bible calls the relation between us and God as reconciliation. By achieving this, we change ourselves, we switch from one condition to another. We throw away the burden of sin so that we can become more spiritualised, become better, more just, in our search for the Truth. And for what we are and what we will be.
A few of us hurry through open markets with TV cameras recording their every move, sharing electoral gifts and styling themselves as merciful people for the appearances’ sake. They know very well that the support of the ordinary people can only be won by pretending to be an angel. Such people would only go into a church provided that they are followed by crowds, they only kiss crosses if they are in the limelight, they only pray if they are accompanied by the servants of a truth dictated by them. Everything that is false eventually surfaces like oil in water. It will, however, do for the nation’s wick. On the eve of a great holiday there is always more need for oil.
It is now that we wash ourselves from our bodily dirt not only to become better looking, more neat, to improve our image, but to be more properly prepared to receive forgiveness. We do not wear our new clothes just to we can look better, but to honor those around us by showing them our gratitude. We confess our sins so that we can find our peace. But they, the nation’s elect, who they can confess their sins to since they already hold both the places for preach and those for belief?!
We forgive those around us because we, in our turn, were forgiven. It is only the good people who have the sense od responsibility, of introspection, for Christian forgiveness is, first of all, a matter of conscience.
We forgive those who trespass against us for they upset God too much. Jesus set the world on the right path by taking the burden of the others’ sins upon himself.
The Christian people knows that “His body was killed, but He revived in Spirit”.

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