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Μεγάλη Πέμπτη – Ν. Γκάτσος

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Μ. Πέμπτη3

ΜΕΓΑΛΗ ΠΕΜΠΤΗ

 

Τα έργα του αληθινά και αι οδοί του εύθείαι.

 

Αυτός που κρέμασε τον ήλιο

στο μεσοδόκι τ’ ουρανού

κρέμεται σήμερα σε ξύλο —

ίλεως Κύριε γενού!

Και στ’ άσπαλάθια της έρημου

μια μάνα φώναξε: «παιδί μου»!

 

Διά ξύλου τα τέκνα του Αδάμ  Παραδείσου γεγόνασιν άποικοι.

 

Με του Απριλίου τ’ αρχαία μάγια

με των δαιμόνων το φιλί

μπήκε ατό σπίτι κουκουβάγια

μπήκε κοράκι στήν αυλή.

Κι όλα τ’ αγρίμια στο λαγκάδι

πήραν το δρόμο για τον «Αδη.

 

Έλήλυθε εις την γην ίνα μαρτυρήση τη αλήθεια.

 

Θα ξανασπείρει καλοκαίρια

στην άγρια παγωνιά του νου

αυτός πού κάρφωσε τ’ αστέρια

στην αγία σκέπη τ’ ουρανού.

Κι εγώ κι εσύ κι εμείς κι οί άλλοι

Θά γεννηθούμε τότε πάλι.

 

Ούτος εστίν ή ζωή και το φως και ή ειρήνη του κόσμου.


(ΦΥΣΑ ΑΕΡΑΚΙ ΦΥΣΑ ΜΕ…)

 

 

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Απρίλιος 12, 2017 at 11:27 μμ

Διακήρυξη του Οικουμενικού Πατριαρχείου και της Εκκλησίας της Αγγλίας για την Μοντέρνα Δουλεία

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Modern Slavery – A Joint Declaration

source: https://www.patriarchate.org/-/modern-slavery-a-joint-declaration

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  1. We, Bartholomew, Archbishop of Constantinople-New Rome and Ecumenical Patriarch, and Justin, Archbishop of Canterbury and Primate of All England, co-sponsored a special international Forum on Modern Slavery titled “Sins Before Our Eyes” at the Phanar from February 6-7, 2017. The Forum, originally proposed during the official visit by the Ecumenical Patriarch to Lambeth Palace in November 2015, was a high-level gathering of distinguished scholars, practitioners and policymakers from around the world, invited to discuss the contemporary problem of human exploitation. The Forum also takes place within the context of 2017: The Year of the Sanctity of Childhood, as declared by the Ecumenical Patriarchate.
  2. For religious communities worldwide and for the global human-rights community, the protection of human dignity and fundamental human rights is of utmost importance. The role of the Church in the world is “to preach good news to the poor, to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim release to the captives and to set at liberty the oppressed.” (Isaiah 61.1, Luke 4.18) This was clearly articulated in the final Encyclical of the Holy and Great Council of the Orthodox Church (Crete, June 2016): “The Church lives not for herself. She offers herself for the whole of humanity in order to raise up and renew the world into a new heaven and a new earth.”
  3. We are convinced that there is an intimate and inseparable link between preserving God’s natural creation and protecting God’s image in every human being, especially those most vulnerable to the myriad forms of human exploitation that comprise the sin of modern slavery. The same arrogance and greed are to blame for the oppression and exploitation of innocent victims – most often children and women – of human trafficking, human smuggling, prostitution, the sale of human organs, indentured labor, and the many other dimensions of modern slavery. Each and every person bears the burden and pays the price for the fact that there are more people in slavery today than at any other time in history.
  4. In his keynote address, the Ecumenical Patriarch observed: “The Orthodox Church is often accused of neglecting the world for the sake of liturgical worship and spiritual life, turning primarily toward the Kingdom of God to come, disregarding challenges of the present. In fact, however, whatever the Church says, whatever the Church does, is done in the Name of God and for the sake of human dignity and the eternal destiny of the human being. It is impossible for the Church to close its eyes to evil, to be indifferent to the cry of the needy, oppressed and exploited. True Faith is a source of permanent struggle against the powers of inhumanity.” In his opening address, Archbishop Welby emphasized: “Slavery is all around us, but we are too blind to see it. It is in our hands, and yet we are too insensitive to touch it. The enslaved are next to us in the streets, but we are too ignorant to walk alongside them. It must not be relegated to a footnote in history. It is still a living reality in all of our communities, as I have seen from personal experience in the United Kingdom, not because we think it is acceptable, but because our sin lies in blindness and ignorance.”
  5. Therefore,
    1. We condemn all forms of human enslavement as the most heinous of sins, inasmuch as it violates the free will and the integrity of every human being created in the image of God.
    2. We commend the efforts of the international community and endorse the United Nations Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, especially Women and Children.
    3. We pray that all victims of modern slavery may be liberated in order to rebuild their lives and that the perpetrators may be brought to justice.
    4. We repent for not doing nearly enough swiftly enough to curb the plague of modern slavery, acknowledging that our ignorance and indifference are the worst forms of tolerance and complicity. We are judged each day by what we refuse to see and fail to do for the most vulnerable among us.
    5. We appeal to local and national governments to pass and implement strict laws against modern slavery, with a budget and capability to ensure organizations are held to account for modern slavery in their supply chains, while also allocating resources and services for trafficking victims, who are exposed to and endangered by such injustice.
    6. We encourage our leaders to find appropriate and effective ways of prosecuting those involved in human trafficking, preventing all forms of modern slavery, and protecting its victims in our communities and promoting hope wherever people are exploited.
    7. We urge our faithful and communities – the members of the Orthodox Church and the Church of England – as well as all people of good will to become educated, raise awareness, and take action with regard to these tragedies of modern slavery, and to commit themselves to working and praying actively towards the eradication of this scourge against humanity.
    8. We commit to the establishment of a joint taskforce for modern slavery to bring forward timely recommendations as to how the Orthodox Church and the Church of England can collaborate in the battle against this cruel exploitation.

At the Phanar, February 7, 2017

✠ BARTHOLOMEW
Archbishop of Constantinople-New Rome
and Ecumenical Patriarch

✠ JUSTIN
Archbishop of Canterbury
and Primate of All England

 

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Απρίλιος 11, 2017 at 11:42 πμ

τρίχρονα (14η Απριλίου 2014-1η Απριλίου 2017)

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μόνο που δεν είναι παιδιά ή γενέθλια. Το τελευταίο, με την έννοια που του αποδίδουν οι πολλοί. Οπότε υπό άλλην έννοιαν, όντως τρίχρονα γενέθλια.

Επειδή ξαναέφτιαξα την εικόνα, βάζω εδώ αυτήν που χρησιμοποίησα και άλλες 3 που από πολλές ξεδιάλεξα για πιθανή τους χρήση σε αυτή την επισκευή.

Επίσης ξαναδημοσιεύω εδώ το «Ο κήπος του παππού» του Δημ. Δ. Σουφλέρη που πιθανά να του προσθέσω κάποια πράγματα ακόμη.

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Απρίλιος 3, 2017 at 6:18 μμ

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“The Truth About Cancer: A Global Quest” (video-ντοκιμαντέρ)

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The Truth About Cancer: A Global Quest – The True History of Chemo & The Pharmaceutical Monopoly

The Truth About Cancer™ and The Quest For The Cures™ are registered Trademarks of TTAC Publishing LLC

 

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Μαρτίου 28, 2017 at 3:37 μμ

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Peter Singer

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www.utilitarianism.net/singer

The Animal Liberation Movement

Peter Singer

THE ANIMAL LIBERATION MOVEMENT: ITS PHILOSOPHY, ITS ACHIEVEMENTS, AND ITS FUTURE.

http://www.utilitarian.org/texts/alm.html

κάποιες αναφορές για τον P.S.

from the last link: «… In keeping with ethical principles that guided his thinking and writing from the 1970s, Singer devoted much of his time and effort (and a considerable portion of his income) to social and political causes, most notably animal rights but also famine and poverty relief, environmentalism, and reproductive rights (see also abortion). By the 1990s his intellectual leadership of the increasingly successful animal rights movement and his controversial stands on some bioethical issues had made him one of the world’s most widely recognized public intellectuals.

Singer’s work in applied ethics and his activism in politics were informed by his utilitarianism, the tradition in ethical philosophy that holds that actions are right or wrong depending on the extent to which they promote happiness or prevent pain. In an influential early article, “Famine, Affluence, and Morality” (1972), occasioned by the catastrophic cyclone in Bangladesh in 1971, he rejected the common prephilosophical assumption that physical proximity is a relevant factor in determining one’s moral obligations to others. Regarding the question of whether people in affluent countries have a greater obligation to help those near them than to contribute to famine relief in Bangladesh, he wrote: “It makes no moral difference whether the person I can help is a neighbor’s child ten yards from me or a Bengali whose name I shall never know, ten thousand miles away.” The only important question, according to Singer, is whether the evil that may be prevented by one’s contribution outweighs whatever inconvenience or hardship may be involved in contributing—and for the large majority of people in affluent societies, the answer is clearly yes. An interesting philosophical implication of Singer’s larger argument was that the traditional distinction between duty and charity—between actions that one is obliged to do and actions that it would be good to do even though one is not obliged to do them—was seriously weakened, if not completely undermined. On the utilitarian principles Singer plausibly applied to this case, any action becomes a duty if it will prevent more pain than it causes or cause more happiness than it prevents…»

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Μαρτίου 13, 2017 at 12:41 πμ

Υδρογεωλογική μελέτη των καρτστικών πηγών της Οκτωνιάς, της Κεντρικής Εύβοιας, Λαμπροπούλου Αικ.

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ΠΑΝΕΠΙΣΤΗΜΙΟ ΠΑΤΡΩΝ

ΣΧΟΛΗ ΘΕΤΙΚΩΝ ΕΠΙΣΤΗΜΩΝ

ΤΜΗΜΑ ΓΕΩΛΟΓΙΑΣ

Λαμπροπούλου Αιακατερίνη, πτυχιακή εργασία 2011

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Μαρτίου 8, 2017 at 10:26 πμ

κορεσμένη από α/π η Εύβοια κατά την ΡΑΕ

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αλλά πάρα ταύτα κάνουν κάθε δυνατή προσπάθεια για να προσθέσουν και άλλα.

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Ακολουθεί παρουσίαση της Τροποποιημένης  Μελέτης (2016) της ΕΝΕL

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Μαρτίου 6, 2017 at 9:01 μμ

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