Częstochowa – the most popular shrine in Poland

Hello dears, this article is dedicated to Częstochowa, since the lady of Częstochowa became a symbolic indicator for me of the people with kind heart and with best Polish values. I visited Częstochowa when I was not quite familiar with Poland, but still I have heard about the miracle worker the Most Holy Virgin Mary icon from best friend of mine since school.

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War required three things – money, money, and more money, economic consequences of war

“The current international security system has nearly expired “claims ANDRIY YERMAK, Ukraine’s presidential advisor in his article “The Global System Has Failed. Ukraine Is Showing the World How to Build A Better One”. World failed to remain not only the peace but stability in the EU, the region, where actually international organizations were established precisely for peace and economic cooperation.

Wars are destructive and disruptive, but for economists one of the most important point is that wars are expensive and the effect on working force, capital, resource allocation, trade, and globalization is destructive as well. Large wars constitute shocks of the not only participating countries’ economies, but the whole neighborhood and the world economy. There may occur short-term stimulation and positive aspects and long-term destruction and rebuilding, but war generally hinders economic development. There are some specific economic effects of war across historical eras we can use in analyze.

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Collective unconscious – The wisdom of mankind – Archetypes

Recently, I was reading a book by Jean Shinoda Bolen – Goddess in every woman, this book is based on the theories of well-known Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Carl Gustav Jung who founded analytical psychology. Jung’s work has been influential in the fields of psychiatry, anthropology, archaeology, literature, philosophy, psychology, and religious studies. Jean Shinoda Bolen has a same kind of book about male archetypes too. I decided to investigate it more, because this theory worked in my case.

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When did Polish-Georgian relations start?

Hello dear readers, In this blog I would like to tell you about the first impression as a Georgian, who arrived in Poland, Upper Silesia, Katowice. Since I had the chance to visit Silesian museum (Muzeum Śląskie) in Katowice, I had the feeling that Georgia and Poland had many similarities in history. First impression about the people was also nice, since mostly people in Upper Silesia are polite to foreigners and ready to help you, even though they will speak to you in Polish, they still try to assist you in case of any questions.  

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