Dimitris Karavasilis was born and grew up in Imvros, Turkey. He attended the Turkish primary school, while at the same time secretly learning the basic Greek language. Forced to emigrate, he settled in Greece. He went on to study both Theology and Greek Literature at the University of Athens, where he also attended post-graduate classes in the field of Comparative Paedagogics. He has been a radio producer at the local ecclesiastical radio station of the Metropolis of Pereus for 23 years. He still teaches religion and ethics at the High School level.
Ο ήλιος της Δικαιοσύνης
Η ψυχή κάθε ανθρώπου είτε είναι σαν το κερί είτε είναι σαν τον πηλό. Είτε θα την ξηραίνει ο ήλιος, είτε θα την κάνει να πλάθεται εύκολα. Ο ήλιος της Δικαιοσύνης, ο Θεός, στέλνει το φως του προς όλους. Στο χέρι μας είναι να το χρησιμοποιήσουμε για το καλό!
The Sun of Righteousness
The soul of man is either a candle or clay. The sun either softens it or dries it. God, the sun of righteousness sends His light to us all. It is up to us how to use it.
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