Feedback from readers:
Thank you so much for your book. You have expended a lot of care and time on it. The book reads like our old conversations and seemed to me like talking to you face-to-face about so many ideas framed in ways new to me. The voice of the professor seemed to strive with the voice of the poet and whole paragraphs could be re-done as stanzas of poetry.
Love to you and your family,
I think Gratia Cantantes is gorgeous, life giving, thorough, very nearly a complete human beings’ operation manual.
Thank you Gabriel. I've been reading your book, fabulous and you are so deep.
You express yourself in an amazing way! Thank you very much for switching on the light on these behaviors that we learn from the abusers and that we perpetuate as former victims. Thank God there is a way out, and this has become my mission in life! This is why I am a transformation life specialist, to help and inspire individual to break free from trauma, lack, and limitation that can be induced by abusive relationships. I clearly appreciate your writing, as you trigger point where it did hurt for 15 years in my case until I decided to follow the healing-transformation route that then led me to becoming a healer to give a helping hand. -Gemma ❤ Serenity 1st degree connection1st
Thank you for telling me about it I will literally tell all my friends to read it
Thank you so much I really needed this book
Thank you so much for the recommendation! I just researched you and your work and I am amazed, truly. I really appreciate you taking the time out to write me.
"Both the colors and the spiral shapes are illustrating essentially visible and invisible aspects of the electro-magnetic fields, which we call alternatively, life, consciousness, and spirit" Wow this is knowledgeable and very interesting. Thank you!
-Shani Zapphire Zakiya
I Just uploaded the link to your powerful essay on Twitter and "tweeted it". Also I shared it on with my network. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/from-fear-forgiveness-how-therapy-may-help-gabriel-gherasim/?trackingId=
Thank you so much for sending. This is pretty good. Awesome work. I mean that.
Caro Gabriel, Grazie del tuo libro Gratia Cantantes, che mi sembra di altissima densità culturale e concettuale, e al tempo stesso anche, di grande profondità teoretica. Un libro cioè che contiene molte elaborazioni e indicazioni di carattere teoretico e pratico (nel senso altamente positivo della "teoria" e della "prassi"). Complimenti per questo lavoro così raffinato e impegnato.
-Professor Renato Cristin
Thank you I read the book it’s amazing
I love your writing you should totally write more books!
Thank you, your book means a lot. I swear I was crying just now and I couldn't sleep and I was needing this.
My dear Gabriel, Gherasim you don't know how much your book means to me. I am eternally GRATEFUL for offering me, for FREE, the electronic version of it. I am a philosopher by training. I teach philosophy, and head a philosophy Department of a University. I have introduced your book to my students. We are profiting by your God-given knowledge. We appreciate YOU.
Thank you for sharing. Your book is clearly a deep, scholarly, and thoughtful project. I above all appreciate your commitment to alleviating suffering and making the world a better place!
-Dr. Alice Atalanta, Ph.D
Gabriel Gherasim God is with you always!
I can tell you are a true man of God than you for devoting your life to Jesus God bless! -nooobarejustlikekreek
Exerpts from Gratia Cantantes (Recogniscience Therapy)
Art by Andreea Gherasim
Motto: “Today, communism, is treated with superficiality of analysis or ideological imposture. Communism is often spoken of as a corpse that would no longer represent a threat to the free world, thereby neglecting not only its current leadership’s action in many regimes scattered here and there throughout the globe, but also its mephitic activity in the liberal democratic countries. Exactly one year ago, I took with Vladimir Bukovsky, the initiative to start a reflection (and also an action) on the historical, political, cultural and moral necessity of a Nuremberg trial for communism.”
-Professor Renato Cristin
Feedback from readers:
Gabriel Gherasim Definitely the Western world went to sleep after the Christmas Eve 1991 and thought that communism was buried forever and the free world didn't see the new strategy of the leftist movement being fomented in their universities and today they have a youth that demands communism to be their form of government. Sadly, they have been lied to by their Marxist professors who have told them a paradise that have never existed in the history of communism.
Feedback from readers:
I briefly met your father around 2007 at a book fair and I think your mother was busy speaking intensely w a couple. I did not read his book until a year later and reread it again recently.
I lived a life of poverty and racism in a semi-apartheid small town in south Texas and I have met several individuals like your father who prevailed against the darkest of evil using love and wisdom as weapons in China, Russia, the Ukraine, South Africa and Latin America. Romania’s legacy to the world needs strong advocacy and your family has helped.
I salute you on your own achievements and the legacy of love, wisdom, discipline and perspective that your family represents.
I agree w your premise that Americans need to deeply understand what a Communist/truly authoritarian government does and can do to allow us to appreciate our forms of more democratic government along with the refinements still needed to create a more just society.
-David R. Sanchez, FL
Vă mulțumesc pentru informațiile despre cartile dumneavoastra.
Urmărind link-urile oferite, cu mare bucurie am dat peste unele lucruri care mi-au răscolit amintirile.
Iată câteva: Sunt convins că v-am cunoscut personal în Los Angeles, în anii în care ați locuit în acest oraș. Cred că veneați la biserica noastră împreună cu tatăl dv., răposatul Teodor Gherasim (despre al cărui deces am aflat din cărțile dv.), pe care mai târziu l-am reîntâlnit în Portland, la una din adunările parohiale de acolo, pe când eram eu protopop de Coasta Pacifică.
Ați postat câteva fotografii, și chiar video-ul ce i-l dedicați. Să-i fie memoria veșnică!
M-am bucurat să văd că sunteți activ la biserica Sf. Apostoli Petru și Pavel din NY, păstorită de Pr. dr. Theodor Damian, coleg și prieten aprobiat, colegi încă din anii studenției. Recent am primit de la dânsul un pachet cu zeci de cărți, și mai multe numere din revista Lumină Lină!. Am văzut că a scris prefața uneia din lucrările Dv. Spuneți-i îmbrățișări din partea mea când vă veți întâlni în persoană, la Sfânta Biserică.
Felicitări pentru activitatea dv. scriitoricească. Faceți un lucru extraordinar.
Mulțumesc pentru că mi-ați dat aprobarea de a posta în Virtual, periodic, parte din lucrările dv., în special CARTILE AUDIO.
În seara aceasta am postat pe pagina de FaceBook a Bisericii noastre - https://www.facebook.com/Biserica.Romaneasca - o fotografie a DV., și link-urile ce mi le-ați oferit, spre lecturare, împărtășind astfel cu cei cca 5,000 de membri (între care sunt și mulți basarabeni!), parte din activitatea și lucrările Dv.
Încăodată, felicitări, mulțumiri, și frățești îmbrățișări.
-(pr) Constantin Alecse
Va mulțumesc pentru asa carte. Coordonez un proiect care se vrea tocmai un Nurnberg al comunismului. https://procesulcomunistilor.ro/
Stimate domnule Gherasim, o sa punem la dispozitia cititorilor Caminului interviul dumneavoastra cu profesorul Renato Cristin, despre un Nurnberg al crimelor comunismului pe care ati avut amabilitatea sa ni-l puna la dispozitie. Multumim din suflet domnule Gherasim Numai bine, sanatate si, FOARTE IMPORTANT, NU UITATI SA VOTATI! Sa speram ca vom putea trimite la lada de gunoi a istoriei acest vestigiu al comunismului care ne atârna ca o ghiulea de picioare: GALAXIA PSD care, mai nou, cuprinde si nucleul de agenti rusi de la AUR: Cu multa prietenie,
-Radu Eftimie Radu Eftimie firstname.lastname@example.org
Gabriel Gherasim, va mulțumesc frumos. Am aruncat deja o privire și mi se pare incitant. Voi lectura cu atenție și în mod cert voi distribui celor interesați. Trăim vremuri foarte tulburi de neomarxism florid, de care cei care nu au trăit în epoca comunistă nici nu sunt conștienți. Ba mai rău, cunosc mai mulți intelectuali români care au trăit sub Ceaușescu și care nu văd că ceea ce se petrece azi în Occident este îmlinirea acelei profeții marxist-leniniste, a înfăpturii ”capitalismului monopolist de stat”, care ni se preda nouă la orele obligatorii de economie politică și pe care atunci îl consideram o utopie. Iată că îl trăim aievea.
Multumim mult pentru frumoasa carte care include si interviul nostru si este acum disponibila si in format video. Continuam sesizarea despre crimele comunistilor .
Va invitam parcurgerea lucrarii de mai jos O altă călătorie la capătul nopţii -Raport pentru lucrarea "Vertebre româneşti" - http://www.piatauniversitatii.com/news/editorial-1-2020-7 ---Ioan Roaca
Avem bucuria de a va anunta ca Radio CERTITUDINEA va emite in 13 episoade a 25 de minute, in 2 zile pe saptamana, sambata si luni de la ora 18 cartea dumneavoastra. www.radiocertitudinea.ro Va multumesc!
-Mircea Serban Email: email@example.com
The Majesty of “Soare” Sun and the Modesty of Splendor
Motto: “And still, after all this time, the Sun has never said to the Earth, ‘You owe me.’ Look what happens with love like that. It lights up the sky.” Jalal ad-Din Rumi Persian Poet, Mystic.
By Gabriel Gherasim
Yesterday my wife and I went to the Clermont State Historic Site to enjoy a beautiful November day, when the autumnal foliage prepares the trees for the winter.
There were many visitors congregating on this estate where the sun, the sky, the air, the Hudson river, the surrounding hills and the ground, speak volumes in terms of the quintessential art of nature which, if we are open, willing and able to visit and contemplate, is freely given to us, for our admiration and gratitude.
At some point I realized that, as the sun was getting ready to set a –for a lack of a better term- magical experience occurred, where all distraction ceased and a sheer sense of joy permeated every fiber of my body, mind and spirit, as I felt being part of a privileged audience.
The idea that such beauty could be freely given to us, no demands and no expectation, is so incomprehensible perhaps, that we often tend to move away from being in the moment and to tap into the gratitude which behooves to those whom these gifts were brought to by a loving Creator.
What children on Christmas day and dogs wagging their tails in the parks seem to know as a fact, it escapes often to sophisticated, ‘scientific’ reductionist based and entitlement guided folks, or in the least, to the indifferent and aloof lot among us.
It dawned on me that whether that park had been full with gawking or respectfully adoring human beings, or without a human soul in site, the almighty sun would still have permeated the world with its creating glory, which, from the life giving photosynthesis of the plants, to the symbiotic interacting of plants and animals and the continued transmission of its benefic rays in Nature, simply makes life possible for all of us.
From the original European language the Thracian Daco-Romanian (Ledwith, Micheal https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gq_1Z-JOReA ) the word “Soare” (Sun) arrived in the English language via the Celtic migrations to Ireland from Dacia as the verb “to soar.” The Latins also brought it from Dacia as “Aura” that life-giving breath from which the Daco-Romanian word “Aur” (Gold) was coined.
So the sun is the soaring breath of life which can best be reflected (not created) by gold.
To and for such an invaluable entity, the most important day of the week Sun-day was assigned, also known as the day of the Lord (“Domnul”), or “Duminica,” with its derivatives in other Romance languages such as “domenica, dimanche, domingo, etc.”
The other days of the weeks were relegated to less ‘important’ planets which in some cases became objects of adorations for other religions. Thus, “Luni” is Monday, Moon-day; “Marti” is Tuesday, Mars’ day; “Miercuri” is Wednesday, Mercury’s day; “Joi” is Thursday, aka Thor’s Day, Jupiter’s day; “Vineri” is Friday, Venus’ day, Islam’s holy day; and “Sambata” is Saturday, Saturn’s day, Judaism’s holy day.
The Latins continued the adoration of the sun calling it “Sol-Invictus” (The Invincible Sun), which was the official Sun God of the later Roman Empire and a patron of soldiers. They named the life preserving salt “Sal” after the sun “Sol” and the soldiers who were originally paid in salt, became the contemporary “soldiers.”
The Egyptians called the Sun Amun-Ra, the Creative Power responsible for all life in the Universe and on Earth. From them we have left the conclusive “Amen”, as the respect we wittingly or unwittingly give to the “Soare” at the end of our prayers, in at least three major religions of the world.
The original European population the Dacians, had no qualms to shoot arrows ‘into the sky’ to break up the clouds from covering its beloved sun, and there were elite priestesses dedicated to sacred dancing to the sun called ‘horae’ still present today as a bona-fide order of Daco-Romanian mysterious Christian nuns congregated at the Horez monastery in Romania, which justifiably is a World Heritage Centre ( https://whc.unesco.org/en/list/597/ ).
Since the nuns couldn’t dance anymore to the celebration of the “Soare”, this was left as a celebratory dance to be performed on specific ritual and lay occasions by the Daco-Romanians at large and is the Romanian National Dance “Hora.” ( http://www.romaniamagicland.com/2011/01/hora-romanian-traditional-dance.html ).
Outside Dacia-Romania, the Hora was brought to Palestine by the Jewish colonists from that country and became the National dance of Israel as well.
Incidentally, this was also the case with the Israeli anthem. In 1888, Samuel Cohen borrowed a melody based on a Romanian folk song which “fit Hatikva like a glove,” according to Israeli Musicologist Dr. Natan Shahar, as per The Times of Israel. Cohen adapted this tune from a nostalgic Romanian folkloric song called “Carul cu boi,” ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=adTjy-TIW_Q ) which translates as “Cart with Oxen.”
If in Dacia-Romania the priestesses of the “Soare” the horae, were able to survive and amalgamate within the National Romanian Orthodox church, they were harshly punished and decimated in Egypt by the Muslim invaders and in the West, by the Catholic Inquisition and the Protestant churches’ “witch-hunts” alike, where after centuries of ad-hominem attacks were reduced to the present terms of insult such as “Whores” and “Harlots,” women of ignominious repute.
From having respectful adorations, to having human sacrifices committed in the Sun’s name in various continents of the East and West of Dacia, to being placed as “second best” by the Saturnian and Venusian religious followers, to being denied, minimized, blamed or ignored in its creative values, the almighty “Soare” continues impervious to our attitudes, to give us light and life, perhaps giving homage and gratitude to His Creator and to ours.
In my moments of great joy, appreciation and admiration for the Sun, I simply feel that my gratitude towards its majestic beauty benefits foremost my own spiritual, mental and physical well-being.
And perhaps, by learning from its modesty of splendor to shine and create as a purpose of one’s existence, as opposed to being a creator and create conditionally, in response to, or as a reaction to others’ validation and adoration, we too may do our best to simply create and love and cherish others, regardless of their appreciation for our sacrifices.
For the night passed and today as always, the almighty “Soare” radiates its creating force again, irrespective of our existing or absent validation for His life-giving gift and beauty.
La 1 aprilie 1941 câteva mii de români, chemaţi de dorul libertăţii, şi-au îndreptat paşii spre Fântâna Albă...
Dar, pentru mulţi acest drum era fară întoarcere...
Ucigaşii au aşteptat cu degetul pe trăgaci, până când mulţimea a ieşit la lizieră... Şi a început măcelul. Era un adevărat iad de la pământ până la cer. În ochii mei un flăcău voinic purtând tricolorul s-a prăbuşit într-un lac de sânge... În învălmăşeală m-am pierdut de fratele meu... Întregul câmp era o spaimă, oamenii cădeau ca frunzele de brumă... Soldaţii trăgeau fară întrerupere, cu precădere în grupurile compacte... Aproape inconştient am început să fug prin desiş. Moartea mă păştea la fiecare pas. Obosit peste măsură, rămâneam în urma celorlalţi fugari, rătăceam, ajungeam din nou la locul de unde pornisem... Vântul mi-a adus un bocet şoptit. Am pornit după el. Într-un pâlc de brazi câteva femei se tânguiau deasupra unei neveste care-şi dădea ultima suflare. Muribunda strângea la pieptul sângerând un băieţel de vreo doi anişori... O femeie a smuls copilaşul din braţele mamei care şi-a dat sufletul. Apoi toate au dispărut fară de urmă... Noaptea, grăbită, se aşeza peste copaci... Se auzeau încă împuşcături sporadice, la care tresăream ca muşcat de şarpe...
… Fără să avem o cifră exactă a celor ucişi sau deportaţi de regimul sovietic, în 1940-1941, cercetătorii români ai problemei estimează că la Fântâna-Albă, la 1 aprilie 1941, au fost înpuşcaţi 1.500 de oameni, iar pe 13 iunie 1941 au fost ridicaţi pentru a fi deportaţi 13.000 etnici români - după unii cercetători, după alţii – 41.000[i].
[i] Vezi: Marian Olaru. Consideraţii preliminare despre demografie şi geopolitică pe teritoriul Bucovinei// Analele Bucovinei. – Tomul VIII. – Partea I. – Bucureşti: Editura Academiei Române, 2001. – P. 179-181.
Romanii Din Bucovina
Twists, turns, traditions of Eastern Europe
These Eastern European performers officially brought the first annual PSU Art in Spring festival to an end.
The weeklong event, which showcased performance and fine art from PSU students, turned the Park Blocks and Multicultural Center into art galleries and performance halls.
The World Dance Office used the week to offer an Eastern European dance workshop, capped by Friday evening’s event.
“Our goal is to constantly expose PSU and the community to diverse forms of dance,” Christine Stapleton, the World Dance Office coordinator, said.
The duo of Rodica Bordeianu and Leonid Nosov changed dances, music and costumes to stomp from Ukraine, prance through Moldova and spin to Russia.
Bordeianu, originally from Moldova, showed versatility, grace and balance as she combined traditional forms of dance with a touch of ballet.
Nosov, a native of Ukraine, jumped, glided and stomped in Eastern European folkloric fashion.
The performers, consistent with traditional character dances, commonly joined hands and mirrored each other’s swaying of the head, kicking of the legs and distinct facial expressions.
“Each country has a different style because their steps, dance and culture are totally different,” Bordeianu said.
The folkdance performer and instructor has been dancing since she was five and toured the world with the National Ensemble of Moldova, before settling in Portland almost two years ago.
At one point during the Russian dance, the duo began a fast spinning barrage that made the wooden floor seem like an ice rink.
The traditional clothing consisted of blouses, skirts and pants of stark red, blue, white and black, topped with detailed embroidery, leather boots and belts.
Despite the simple black and white keys of the accordion, the instrument, which provided music during the various costume changes, added flair and excitement to the event.
Georghe Borcea, a professional accordion player from Romania, wasted little time introducing himself, but instead let his music do the talking.
The speed of his fingers, blazing rhythm and harmonious melody impressed the audience.
The whistling, clapping and heel stomping of the approximately onlookers proved this.
“Georghe is amazing and his music brilliant” Claudia Stern, an audience member, said. “I never thought an accordion player could be so cool.”
The grin on his face and swaying body, clothed in a yellow shirt and slacks made it look easy.
Gabriel Gherasim, who introduced the three performers, closed the event with a poem about his memories of his native Transylvania, Romania.
Pointe, Grand jeté … Profession and Life-style for Rodica Bordeianu
Posted On 02 Jun 2012
Rodica Bordeianu, renowned international dancer and model, visited Ecuador. After a period spent in several dance schools of Guayaquil, she shared with Ecuadortimes details of her career as a dancer and her impressions on this art form in Guayaquil.
Classical Ballet, Balkan, Gypsy, Spanish, Israeli, Jazz and Latin dances are only a part of Romanian dancer, Rodica Bordeianu’s repertoire.
At the age of 7 she began with rhythmic gymnastics and eventually transferred to the art of Dance. Classical, traditional and contemporary dance became her profession and a life-long vocation.
“Dance is a form of communication to express feelings that sometimes words cannot say … It’s more than just a physical activity; it is a continuously developing human experience … It projects intellectual and emotional strength inside and outside the artist’s dance world.”
Rodica Bordeianu’s experience with this art form began at the National Academy of the Arts and the National Dance Company of Moldova Joc, with rigorous training schedules, which were following a disciplined regimen that prepared her for the subsequent international performances around the world.
“In our (formerly) Communist country, the traditional education for artists and athletes was like being in the Navy. The activities concentrated on an elite group of students carefully selected, lasted from 8 am to 8 pm, 7 days a week, with the exception of some rare periods of vacation, which we could spend with our families.”subsequent international performances around the world.
Rodica Bordeianu currently lives in New York, where her extensive knowledge of this art has brought her illustrious successes and recognition. She recently performed and choreographed for several performances at Carnegie Hall. In addition, it also led her in the American heartland of classrooms at public schools, private academies and various universities, where she taught classes and workshops from Ballet to Eastern European, to Character, World Dance, and to Jazz dance-forms. She will be teaching classical and character dance at the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School of Ballet Summer Intensive with the American Ballet Theater.
She recently earned the title of Master of Art from the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development at the New York University and with it she has began to transmit her knowledge to her students by using pedagogical concepts and guidelines from the ABT curriculum. Rodica is certified to teach levels Primary through 7 and Partnering, in American Ballet Theater National Training Curriculum.
Her dancer’s figure and posture have taken her to other opportunities, such as to model for Industrial Molinera, Wella and the Russian Souvenir Dancewear Company. “Professional dance is a highly structured discipline, which requires on-going persistence and determination. Dancers must devote at least four hours a day to it….additionally I also take yoga classes … I like to eat simple foods, healthy, organic and unaltered by preservatives… I believe that everything in moderation is the key.”
Regarding her impressions on the dance education in Guayaquil, Rodica observed that unlike with the concentrated impetus on a limited elite group of dance students in Communist countries, where the main population was excluded from the experience of dance, in Ecuador, dance is more available for recreational purposes.
However, she noticed that in Guayaquil ballet classes are more available for young children than adults. Miss Bordeianu also noted that Guayaquil and Quito have dance companies using teachers from Eastern Europe, who teach their students both the technique and the repertoire of classical ballet.
Rodica believes that every person should have the opportunity to study dance. She advocates for the importance of studying dance as an independent academic discipline, because it develops in the students their total human essence. Teaching dance in its totality, as a fine art, as an academic discipline and as a human experience, allows for students to be better attuned to themselves and to the world. ” I believe that without an artistic experience such as dance, a person may miss experiencing fully his/her life”.
Pointe, Demi-plié, Grand jeté … This is Dance as a profession and as life-style for Rodica Bordeianu. (FL) https://www.ecuadortimes.net/pointe-grand-jete-profession-and-life-style-for-rodica-bordeianu/
Mulțumesc din inimă pentru extraordinarele dumneavoastră realizări și sunt cu totul de acord că aceste cărți, texte trebuie cunoscute de întreaga românime în primul rând și prin traduceri de oamenii de pretutindeni.
Am putea, cu bunăvoința dumneavoastră si cu citarea site-ului web ce vă aparține, să reproducem texte din lucrările editate de dumneavoastră în revista de notorietate pe care o păstorim, Contact international.
Cu toată considerația,
-Acad. Liviu Pendefunda
Va multumesc pentru invatatura care mi-o transmiteti. Ma ajuta foarte mult pe langa ceea ce invat la facultate (studiez psihologie) fiindca imi da o perspectiva diferita si ma ajuta sa evaluez ceea ce invat mult mai bine. Ma provoaca sa caut mai mult in acest domeniu si sa incerc sa aplic ceea ce invat in viata mea. Am fost fascinata sa aflu ca obiceiurile noastre, fie in gandire ori in fapte, afecteaza cum ne dezvoltam fizic/biologic si mental/spiritual. Stiind asta ma face sa imi analizez viata si alegerile mele cu mai multa seriozitate ,indiferent de influentele din jurul meu. Deci este important sa ne gestionam gandurile spre o perspectiva pozitiva de recunostinta si prin urmare faptele noatre sa fie in concordanta cu acea perspectiva. Asta se aplica si la social media dupa cum ati spus; conteaza intentiile noastre si in consecinta faptele.
Domnule Gabriel Gherasim am primit cartea Gratia Cantantes (Recogniscience Therapy) si credeti-ma nu am destule cuvinte ca sa va multumesc.
Este extrem de interesanta si erudita, intr o forma superba. Nici o surpriza aici caci este de altfel ca tot ce expuneti in public sau personal.
Sunt recunoscatoare lui Dumnezeu ca din cand in cand intalnim oameni ca dvs. Faceti parte din minoritatea aceea pentru care inca Pamantul mai.suporta umanitatea.
Mii de multumiri
M-a bucurat mult volumul despre "Românii din Bucovina", care continuă să îndure atâtea umilințe, poate prea puțin luate în seamă de cei din Țara Mumă care, aproape că i-au abandonat în ultimul timp, fără a se pronunța și protesta ferm în fața ucrainienilor si legilor decretate de ei ce îngrădesc tot mai mult drepturile celor două sute de mii de Români din Bucovina ocupată... Aceleași aprecieri pentru seria de interviuri cuprinsă în "Romania Martirii si Supraviețuitorii din Comunism", confesiuni ale tragicei experiențe trăite și care merită a fi cunoscute de cât mai mulți, spre dreaptă înțelegere... Axtivitati rodnice vă doresc!