We Are the Fools, Εμείς οι άφρονες

We Are the Fools, Εμείς οι άφρονες



Εμείς οι άφρονες

Είναι φορές που μοιάζουμε τόσο πολύ στους τύπους των ανθρώπων τις παραβολές του Κυρίου που θα έλεγες οτι τις είπε για μας. Ο άφρονας πλούσιος είμαστε ίσως εμείς κάθε φορά που λογαριάζουμε την πρόσκαιρη ζωή μας ως την υπέρτατη αξία για την οποία είμαστε έτοιμοι να κάνουμε τις πιο μεγάλες θυσίες. Μάταια όμως!

We are the fools

There are times in our lives when we are like the people from the parables, as if Jesus was talking about us. How about the times when we consider our temporary life as the ultimate value and we are ready to make the hardest sacrifices for it? We are like the fools of the Gospel.  But when we think of our neighbors, we put ourselves in the proper place and are wise.


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Dimitris Karavasilis

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.