This phenomenon-church, built in the 12th century, is now into the Guinness Book of Records, and for a very good reason: 17 large trees grow on its roof.
Every 15 days at midnight, a gate opens somewhere in the dark, lonely street. A gate that remains open for about 15 minutes. Should anyone finds themselves going through that gate, could end up in the past, a parallel reality or universe, and even in a different part of the city.
Should you ever find yourself in a church of St. George, you might want to be quiet... for you might hear the otherworldly whistle as the snake or dragon leaves his hiding place to protect a fair lady.
"imagine getting up during the night and seeing a ragged little figure, pale, soaking wet, frogs jumping out of its pockets..."
I made a very useful and.. kind of weird and also maybe a little funny thought: While making all those motivational posts which have been extremely useful in terms of adding fuel to my efforts (or yours, if you happened to read them), I ended up procrastinating while or even because I've been spending my … Continue reading Putting Your Motivation Into Action
Albert Einstein was a genius for a reason, and if I am not mistaken, these were his words: “If you want to lead a happy life –tie it to a goal. Not to people or things." He was right. (98% right, but still right.) -- Let me tell you why I think what I think: Being an emotionally driven … Continue reading “Tie Your Life to a Goal…?”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KwEuNapzt0 LyricsWhen you cry, be sure to dry your eyes,Cause better days are sure to come.And when you smile, be sure to smile wide,And don't let them know that they have won.And when you walk, walk with pride,And don't show the hurt inside,Because the pain sill soon be gone.And when you dream, dream big,As big … Continue reading “When You Dream, Dream Big”
"There was once a young man who wished to gain his heart's desire." -- Neil Gaiman, Stardust What's odd about this fairytale -- my absolute favorite fairytale that is -- is that although the first sentence is this, the actual protagonist of the story hasn't got a clue about what his true heart's desire really … Continue reading Your Heart’s Desire
The Oxford Dictionary of English defines "Dream" as: from Oxford Dictionary of English In one of Writer's Digest issues I read about a sleep experiment in which the study participants were not allowed to dream. They had to be awaken by the researchers every time their eyes moved rapidly, preventing them to enter the deep … Continue reading Definitions for a Dream
When I was a child I had a friend, Athena. Athena and me did everything together, we played pretend games for hours, and she was the first person to ever transform into a mermaid with me. I can't remember for how many hours or how many days we crawled on the floor of our play-room, … Continue reading How I Read my First Book.