"Mary does not replace God. Mary said, “my soul MAGNIFIES the Lord.” Meaning that when we go to Mary, we get a bigger, a new, a different perspective of our God." - Fr. Celsus

"Mary does not replace God. Mary said, “my soul MAGNIFIES the Lord.” Meaning that when we go to Mary, we get a bigger, a new, a different perspective of our God." - Fr. Celsus

What the Lord means when He says the"Gates of Hell will not ...

What the Lord means when He says the"Gates of Hell will not ...

"All we have to do is decide what to do with the time that is given to us." Tolkien

"All we have to do is decide what to do with the time that is given to us." Tolkien

"So when I first heard about it, I was out running - I run a lot - and I was trying to think of a way into the Doctor’s character. So I was thinking, Time Lord, what does Time Lord mean? And I thought he’s falling through time, he’s never at home and he’s lost - I could play that." Click thru for full quote

"So when I first heard about it, I was out running - I run a lot - and I was trying to think of a way into the Doctor’s character. So I was thinking, Time Lord, what does Time Lord mean? And I thought he’s falling through time, he’s never at home and he’s lost - I could play that." Click thru for full quote

Most Indians (hindus) fast regularly or on special occasions like festivals and other auspicious days . On such days they do not eat at all, eat once or make do with fruits or a special diet of simple food.  Fasting in Sanskrit is called upavaasa. Upa means "near" + vaasa means "to stay". Upavaasa therefore means staying near (the Lord), meaning the attainment of close mental proximity with the Lord. Then what has upavaasa to do with food?

Most Indians (hindus) fast regularly or on special occasions like festivals and other auspicious days . On such days they do not eat at all, eat once or make do with fruits or a special diet of simple food. Fasting in Sanskrit is called upavaasa. Upa means "near" + vaasa means "to stay". Upavaasa therefore means staying near (the Lord), meaning the attainment of close mental proximity with the Lord. Then what has upavaasa to do with food?

XD @Emily Schoenfeld Schoenfeld Stoddard Furrow Sutton finds the best pictures

XD @Emily Schoenfeld Schoenfeld Stoddard Furrow Sutton finds the best pictures

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