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Ascension Church

Curriculum vitae for each person may speak very interesting or very easy, I choose the second option. My birthday was in March 1953, more precisely, on the eleventh. I was one year when, the will of God, for I ceased to exist, and paint the light in the understanding of man. Truly the Lord works in mysterious ways. For blind children, there are special boarding schools, a school and I graduated. Program as a mainstream schools. Then there was the School of Music in accordion, and then actively working in the initiative. In the summer of 1984, from stenokardicheskie attack, sudden death of my beloved father.

It was a very heavy loss. I will not delve into any details, except to say that soon became not zahozhaninom, but the real Orthodox church parishioner. At this point some confusion began: as a rule, when the Orthodox position, amateur activated. Parties, concerts, shows, all of this, of course, suggested to me confusion. In 1992, I completely left the initiative. Musical side of my life continued in the choir of the Ascension church on the town, where continues to this day.

In one of my songs has these words: 'No, not dreaming of fame I want, and about the awards do not think I am. I fall at least for the native brook, I fall at least for the native brook that God was not in vain life my '. So the native brook for me was the Orthodox Church. It's not just lofty words, it's my truth. I write poems and songs, and some may seem that I have recognized, why? As a teenager I really wanted to say people that I can be useful to society, despite the lack of vision. Now the main thing for me that the Lord had not said in my address those bitter words spoken by a lazy servant, zaryvshemu talent. And because all available to me I I try to try my strength. In writing, I do not pretend to elegance of forms: Not so I, my friends, not a poet, an important idea just rhyme. And that, perhaps, says everything about my works. Creativity can Kisileva George look at the Ascension Church on the site

Winston Churchill

Thanks to his gift of foresight, he first appreciated the importance of armored and air forces in modern warfare, and political intuition allowed him to predict the threat posed by carrying humanity fascism. The future winner in two wars, was born November 30, 1874 in Blenheim ancestral castle, which belonged to an ancient race Churchill, his father – Lord Randolph – the third son of the seventh Duke of Marlborough and is therefore not inherited this high-sounding title, which passed in England only the eldest son. But in any case belonged to Winston Churchill to a narrow circle of the English aristocracy, and his mother was American – the daughter of an American millionaire Leonard Jerome. In childhood no one could have predicted that this restless, extremely stubborn and self-assured boy awaits a great future. At school, he studied very poorly, and even in mature years, did not hesitate to recognize in his autobiography that was a very bad student. He received an appropriate education first at home, then in a closed private school in Ascot and Harrow.

It is true that Churchill's dislike for Latin closed his way to Cambridge or Oxford – the most famous British universities, but he finished military school at Sandhurst – the British officers forge. In 1895 he began serving a hussar regiment. But soon Churchill leaves the army to enter politics. In 1900 he was elected a member of the House of Commons. At 33, he entered the cabinet, becoming Minister of Commerce, and two years later was appointed minister of internal affairs in England. .