An image of my icon from my phone. I have an icon of a Greek Orthodox Saint Paisios of the Holy Mountain who died in 1994 and was canonized a saint by the Orthodox Church in 2013. This morning I stared at his icon on my wall for a bit. Suddenly, I began to think … Continue reading A Visit From The Holy Mountain
Image by Hands off my tags! Michael Gaida from Pixabay Whether it be from humans to animals to inanimate objects or God Himself, we tend to cherish it all for a while and then discard of it shortly after. At first we receive things we great joy only to have a change of heart as … Continue reading Palm Sunday: We Have All Welcomed Jesus And Then Discarded Of Him
Image by Pexels from Pixabay Somebody shared a quote on social media by an Orthodox Bishop who is revered in that tradition as a saintly man. Strive never to offend anyone. Never grow angry. Never teach. When something happens against your will, say: "Glory to God, Glory to God!" One needs to restrain oneself. Archbishop … Continue reading Is It Wrong To Teach Others The Faith?