A great man is one who collects knowledge the way a bee collects honey and uses it to help people overcome the difficulties they endure - hunger, ignorance and disease!
- Nikola Tesla

Remember, remember always, that all of us, and you and I especially, are descended from immigrants and revolutionists.
- Franklin Roosevelt

While their territory has been devastated and their homes despoiled, the spirit of the Serbian people has not been broken.
- Woodrow Wilson

Danilovich Golub 1870 - 1921, Damjan 1904 - 1930, William 1907 - 1983, Olga 1915 - 1919, Mare 1884 - 1965, 

Miladinovich Mile 1884 - 1960

ОВЂЕ ПОЧИВА

      ГОЛУБ

ДАНИЛОВИЋ 

РО. 25 МАР. 1870

СЕЛО ПОТКРАЈ

ТРЕБИЊ ХЕРЦ

УМ. 1 ДЕЦ 1921

ОВИ СПОМЕНИК ПО

ЊЕГОВА 

СУПРУГА 

СА ДИЦОМ

БИОЈЕ ЧЛАН

СРП. ДР. БР. 1

У АНГЕС. КАМП. КА. I


     ОВДЕ 

ПОЧИВАЈУ

СМРТНИ ОСТАЦИ

ПОК. ДАМЈАНА Г.

ДАНИЛОВИЧА

РОЂЕН 8. СЕП

1904 ГОД. У СЕЛО

ПОДКРАЈ

ХЕРЦЕГОВИНА

УМРО 18 ОКТ

1930. Г.


WILLIAM DANILOVICH

1907 - 1983


ОВЂЕ ПОЧИВА

      ОЛГА

ДАНИЛОВИЋ

РО. 1 ЈАН. 1915

УМ. 13 АПР. 1919


MILE MILADINOVICH

1886 - 1960


MARE DANILOVICH

1884 - 1965


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Mladen Mrdalj

Mladen Mrdalj is a PhD candidate who focuses on research and teaching in Comparative Politics, International Relations and Research Methods. His dissertation investigates significance of external factors in the dynamics of domestic political violence in the Yugoslav civil wars. Mladen’s thesis will analyze inter-connected case studies chosen from the context of the collapse of the former Yugoslavia. The central focus of Mladen’s dissertation is how perceptions of the international system influenced domestic elites’ strategic use of violence. The dissertation will also attempt to deal with more theoretical questions, such as: how domestic actors differentiate between the official and actual positions of international actors, how are they trying to manipulate international actors, and what can we learn about conflict management by answering these questions.

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The Thunderbolt of Ever-Living Fire

by archimandrite Vasileios of Iveron

The present book consists of Elder Vaileios' talks, discussions and dialogues in various venues mostly in the United States during his visit in 2011, along with excerpts from his writings selected to complement the themes of his talks.  The themes dealt with by Fr. Vasileios so eloquently in this book are extraordinarily wide-ranging; he handles complex and difficult issues in theology, spirituality, liturgics, parish life and monasticism with amazing clarity and insight.  He quotes with equal facility from figures as diverse as Heraclitus, Dostoevsky, St. Isacc the Syrian, St. Maximus the Confessor, Stefan Zweig, Andrei Tarkovsky, Vladimir Lossy, Georges Florovsky and St. Nicholas Cabasilas.  Above all, there is an exhilarating sense of freedom and innocence in his thought.  It is the freedom and innocence of profound faith and spiritual knowledge and childlike simplicity.  HIs wisnow is expressed via the "hyperlogic" of a hesychastic spriti, which makes for surprising connections and illuminating insights.

The appearance of this new book by Archimandrite Vaileios is truly a cuase for celebration.

143 pages
ISBN: 978-1-936773-16-9