Love in Poetry
Love in Poetry
From close love to self-love, from impossible to domestic love, from adolescent emotion to the deep feeling of maturity, love made the pound of great writers vibrate. The theme of love has been encountered since the first writings "Song of Songs" or "The Epic of Gilgamesh" love is the obsessive theme of literature. Poets sang love showing the suffering and happiness involved and tried to find meaning in life and even death through love, so it is more than a feeling. It is in fact a way of life!
Inclusion in Culinary
tradition and life
if you ask me, in general traditions combine us all together and include us in one experience and I think this is the most important thing, that we do it together
Participation in Traditions
For example, Sânzienele or Drăgaica are celebrated every year, on June 24, when the Orthodox calendar also marks the Birth of Saint John the Baptist.
The name of Sânziene comes from the Roman goddess Santa Diana, the patroness of hunters and forests. However, the Sânzienele are also known by other names such as: Fairies, Fairies or Drăgaicele. The meaning of this holiday is one of love and fertility.
Love in Traditions
Love often represents a core value
In the field of traditions, love often represents a core value and a source of emotional support and connection within families and communities. Love is often seen as a central component of relationships and is celebrated through various rituals and customs, such as weddings, anniversaries, and other special events. It is also a driving force behind acts of kindness, generosity, and compassion, which are often integral to many cultural and religious traditions.