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wtorek, 6 lipca 2010

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Photo: Bronisław Komorowski

To data zakończenia drugiej tury WYBORÓW PREZYDENCKICH.... w Polsce.

Dziś - szóstego lipca Państwowa Komisja Wyborcza wręczyła Uchwałę Państwowej Komisji Wyborczej oznajmującą, że BRONISŁAW KOMOROSWKI został wybranym PREZYDENTEM mojego kraju - czyli POLSKI..

Jest to człowiek mądry i zapewnia, że jego kadencja będzie czasem zgody narodowej i rozumnej polityki zagranicznej. Wybrany z pośród 10 kandydatów, a w drugiej turze wyborów wygrał walkę z Jarosławem Kaczyńskim.
Cieszę się, bo to mój prezydent.



O Bronisławie Komorowskim:
Wikipedia

Strona prywatna Bronisława Komorowskiego:
http://www.bronislawkomorowski.pl/

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Poland needs politics relying on prudency of action, respect for people with different mind-sets and treating a political opponent as a human being. I want Poland to be a country of educated and predicitng people, a country of innovation, skill and co-operation. I want Poland to be wise and prudent. - Bronisław Komorowski

Bronisław Komorowski - Polish President.
Private site in English version:
http://www.bronislawkomorowski.pl/english/

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Z tej ważnej dla Polski okazji, zaprosiłam mojego wnuka, żeby zagrał Poloneza Chopina:
Chopin Polonaise - wyk.Adam
Because of this important occasion for my country Poland, I invited my grandson Adam who is playing Chopin Polonaise.
Link abowe or here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_qWgyA92VY

6 komentarzy:

Keshi pisze...

howdy Maria mah sweet friend? :) ty so much for all the love in my absence! I hope ur keeping well. Warm greetings to u from Sydney! Know that ur always thought of.

*HUGZ*
Keshi.

Charli and me pisze...

These elections can be so nerve racking. I am so glad someone was picked that you like. If I had one wish or pray that came true it would be that there would be unity all over our world where all people could live in peace. You have a beautiful country. I always enjoy hearing about it. I hope the rest of your week goes well and that your feeling better.
Love, Carol and Charli

Jimmy pisze...

as we grow older, our friends go older too

one by one they go
that is Gods will
we gotta accept our mortality

but just bcoz your life and mine has an expiry date ...

it dont make LIFE sad
LIFE is more beauty full bcoz its short

my best friend today is my pussy cat and she will not live for than 8 years

I love her more each passing day

Jimmy pisze...

Love u too MARIA, Krys and Keshi
and Issaac and all the guys here

Jimmy pisze...

Only awareness of death will give life this immediacy and depth, will bring life to life, will make it so intense that its totality is summed up in the present moment. Such precisely is the way in which the ascetics fought against mindlessness, lack of attention and carelessness, against all the attitudes which allow us to miss the moment of opportunity, to pass the other person by, not to notice the need.


One of the chief things that we are called upon to learn is awareness - awareness of our own self and of the other person's situation, an awareness that will stand the test of life and death. All life is at every moment an ultimate act.

Fear of death, longing for death

We know from experience, our own and other people's, that we are afraid of death or uncertain about it. To be precise, I think that we are more afraid of the process of dying than of the fact of death.

Most people might be ready to accept death if they were sure that death would come as sleep, without an intermediate period of fear and uncertainty.

Indeed, there is even something beguiling and attractive about death. How often people say, 'I wish I were dead': it is a way of saying, 'I wish I could be free of all responsibility either to myself or God or anyone else, I wish I could return to the condition of my early childhood when there was no need for me to live responsibly and I could simply play'. Most of us would prefer to play at living rather than to live commitedly. Consequently there is a fascination in death, seen as a liberation from the burden and responsibility of life.

But in that sense death must be seen as an adversary, for it is one of the ways in which we are beguiled into turning away from what life offers in terms of a challenge and in terms of relationship.

When people say, 'I am not afraid of death', we should always be ready to challenge them and ask whether their acceptance or even longing for death does not disguise a fear of life: 'I am terrified of life and would like to escape from it at all costs - if only I could go to sleep and never wake up, if only I could leave others to face my responsibilities, all the things which I have left undone or done amiss'. We should not be romantic in our attitude to death.

Jimmy pisze...

Only awareness of death will give life this immediacy and depth, will bring life to life, will make it so intense that its totality is summed up in the present moment. Such precisely is the way in which the ascetics fought against mindlessness, lack of attention and carelessness, against all the attitudes which allow us to miss the moment of opportunity, to pass the other person by, not to notice the need. One of the chief things that we are called upon to learn is awareness - awareness of our own self and of the other person's situation, an awareness that will stand the test of life and death. All life is at every moment an ultimate act.

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