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what to wear the thing they don't realize is that if the school doesn't tell them what to wear that big corporations and m.t.v. will all the cool individuals who dress alike and blindly follow all the trends are just obeying corporate marketing instead of their parents yeah for some reason it is bad if the school punishes you for dressing improperly but if the cool kids make your life a living hell for not wearing the right brand of shoes well that's all well and good for some reason hey look at this way school uniforms are cheap which leaves more money for parents to buy you video games being individual in your actions and not a fake individual in trendy clothes but that's just my opinion. find .
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these pictures in the same city as an army recruit would take in the one thousand. never thought that he would become a clergyman was seventy children and yet would lose her own home after two years of military service because he had no doubt that he would join the priesthood. so what happened to him on the border with afghanistan. after graduating from some unary nicholai was appointed to a post or in the city rather than the continents of europe and asia it's river forms the border their planes this policy i can see the region is subject to blazing heat in summer and severe cold in winter the famous hornbook shown is one here to start choosing temperatures. the young clergyman and his wife came
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to the village of static posh one hundred kilometers from orenburg there is nothing remarkable in the village other than rows of building. this prompted father nicholai to plan the construction of three churches in orthodox school and a charity house. besant home so cute bioterrorists square metre of two hector's that you're. going to give them more money was needed to buy the house and then syria them zone but when construction work began father new car didn't have enough money to complete it that's the way it was. but miraculously the project was completed the main church resembles the one in orangeburg that was torn down in soviet times the design of the orthodox school was copied from an one thousand nine hundred diary as for the administrative building it was inspired by a picture in a book of fairy tales by alexander pushkin. the cushions the last house across the
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road it is big enough to accommodate father nicholas incredibly large family of seventy children. is a young boy around of a family with many children. a modest wife and enough money to buy her a nice dress. then i married and bought a dress. at the moon. we had no kids of our own so we think so we went to an orphanage to adopt some young children. we just took away the ones that were offered and we had no idea how the children should be cared for saw no occasion we doctored five kids. and as time went by we realized that we could care for them for it to. take in a couple more i said to my wife but then we ended up adopting seven.
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daddy. daddy. i was one of the several kids that they had taken then i asked him what shall i call you. he said call us father and mother if you like yes very much i responded and after that i found it easy to call them mother and father. i remember the day when father came to the orphanage he and his wife were sitting in the chair in the corridor when they came up i thought the one wearing the black robe was a woman i mistook it for a dress i told him only and he gave me a suite or. when i turned him over and got another suite i wasn't exactly sure who was momen who was dead. three years later father nicholas family had grown to
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forty seven children. on another occasion a woman from another town chanced upon a seven year old boy remedying through garbage cans he was bold. she brought him to me and asked me where i could give him shelter. to some documents and where he was from you had no documents he was from hunting. this woman has heard about our place and was just planning to come to or inboard to visit her friend so she decided to take this boy with her and i said ok as he is just one person it's hard fan really grew. the situation with neglected children was quite desperate at the time but it would be i believe one third of the kids or those brought to me by other people yes i thought he was the lord himself i was a little child then. my granny had told me many stories about god there was an icon in our house so when i first saw my father he was like god. at that time i knew i
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was as young as her daughter is now father nicholai had already achieved priesthood even though he was just a young man under thirty. when he first took his new family to church the children pick pocketed parishioners. and at first the header rose tinted picture of the children i saw them as angels and my wife and i went through a very difficult period filled with uncertainty to take them back on from that which was tough. to feel but they do we want to give them a rabbit a gift from my heart but the following morning the rabbit was nowhere to be seen where did it go did it run away took it in take long to find it but it was lying dead just outside the garden gate somebody had stabbed it as it turned out that the father of the boy who had killed the rabbit so be used to kill dogs eat.
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many of father nikolai's children did not have ideal childhoods some were removed from poor houses where they had to steal to survive others had never seen a tooth brush or even an apple the mothers would drink even though they were pregnant some of the children still have scars from beatings one daughter's head was slammed against the wall by her alcoholic biological father so their new father needed to work a miracle for them to overcome their past. petitions to but it's hard to escape the past like yesterday for example we have a girl here i took her from a maternity home when she was just a baby so yesterday she stole a purse from her tutor before another girl saw the act and demanded to know what she was holding in her hands so the little one said want me to share some with the
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you why. i say. that is. there there was a. ok. so. if it. was a good job. father nicholai hired a staff of nannies to help raise and teach the children. over time he learned how to both encourage and discipline. i always try to avoid spanking them but sometimes i simply have to even though it is the wrong thing to do. those who are nervous breakdowns usually when they misbehave. i just don't allow them to play. join the others on one of our many trips. and this case they just stayed home with the nanny.
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in the summer he takes all the children to the seaside to go sailing and sometimes it takes time to. this one shows father and me visit in jerusalem i was eight years old here i'm three years old just for this is in america. and i remember the incredible with the arrival of new come here comes the girl nobody knows just be she going to call them father and mother like we do father says this goes name she will stay with us i fly into a rage how come she's going to live with us and calls a mother and father. father nicholai knows perfectly well how to settle conflicts among the children women because of the way i talk to each of them separately and i tell them i understand where they're coming from i tell them i'm on their side and then the next child comes in and i tell them the same and this
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way conflicts will settle themselves. the family focuses on raising the children that they have but some come on their own accord maria a distant relative of father nikolai asked to join his family. i came here when i was sixteen years old the girls were about the same age if we had been raised in the same family there would be no conflicts we simply didn't know each other i wasn't here for sixteen years they have been living together for a long time they belong to different nationalities and have managed to build a community and then i came suddenly. i don't really know the saying goes when in rome do as the romans do but she was out grown. she wanted to be the leader but that would not work with us. we aren't allowed to play football with the boys but she did i told her playing football with the boys was against the rules. she said are you trying to teach me if she came back and
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began swinging her arms in front of me we had a fight about rooster me. it was about kinship and who loves whom you see mari is a relative of mine but the other girl c. but we have been with our father since childhood he loves us more than he does you remember that's what caused the quarrel with you but i had to succumb to the majority but i told you did the wrong thing by trying to set yourself against all the others. now maria lives in the charity house across the road from father nikolai's family. there's a pacemaker inside my chest i live off a bad tree i know several old women complaining about their children living off their pensions and the grandmothers are starving. the rules the streets to hear if the girls can't wear trousers they have to wear scallops in further nicholas house kids live the way they like to kill will leave as if you were in
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a morning story sometimes life gets very boring there is no communication with the outside. the family gathers together during rehearsals they are always preparing for a performance piece with the one who wants to break even christmas nor the new year by the frost won't find you my boys and girls live and study separately they meet in church at rehearsal or on the far. right. i know c.n.n. the amazon b c news have taken some lots lately but the fact is i admire their commitment to cover all sides of the story just in case one of them happens to be. right that was funny but it's closer for the truth and i think.
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it's because one whole attention in the mainstream media works side by side the joke is actually on we're going to look. at our teen years we have a different pretty good look at because the news of the world just is not this funny i'm not laughing dammit i'm not happy. with. you guys sort of jokes that will handle the serious stuff that i'm going to. the a piece of legislation was terrible they are legendary hard to make an obligation to a monkey or a plumber that never had sex with others make their lives let
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alone want to. limit the amount let's. listen. to the. some of the sixteen percent of imports came from illegal fishing and. the european union is ironically taking fish from some of the poorest nations on earth so this is a very serious and very urgent problem that needs immediate international action.
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on the day he entered territorial waters they fish they load the fish on to the ships and leave for europe. to day illegal fishing just taking the bread out of our mouths. and. if. you.
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let it be that black and white cal this one your favorites. then you wash her. back she's kicking. it stayed same time while you were washing it. you. have all but the likes. of you tell us about your found safe. they came here and they tour and they liked me thanks changed numbers then became friends and i told dad i don't know what's going to happen next. for the priest the most important thing is that his daughter's fiance is a good man christina's husband is
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a policeman she was studying to become an accountant to norm berg which is where she met her spouse. i don't my father that i have met a guy and he's happy i wanted to meet him too. they go to acquainted with color said that he's a good guy and we can be friends and so on this is nice chance of gay basically it was a man who got married. was the next one. the girls love looking at wedding pictures hanging in the house as well as those of all seventy children who all call this the dembski their father and mother. the parents members to look out to the first group of children themselves but as the family grew they had to hire people to help them. the mother could not cope with washing diapers for three dozen babies and checking the homework of twenty schoolchildren but like all parents this dembski is trying to spend all their free
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time together with their children. basically i was my mother's favorite shows holding me in her arms all the time can you see me in her arms in the pictures and here i am in her arms too she was holding me all the time. little by little the day to day lives of the children have changed before it was the mother who put everyone to bed now the older sisters are in charge of the task it's also their responsibility to look after their little ones. it takes four shots to cope with the family a lot of food is needed as the children can eat their way through one hundred fifty kilograms of potatoes in just three days but the children always help in the kitchen it's very important for them to know where food comes from an orphanage children don't even know how to make friday since they only see cook dishes. children come and get your pies.
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father nicholai sometimes drops by to see if everything is fine now it is he has very little time to do so. with. first children got a lot of our attention we spent all the time together with them we took them to church in everywhere we went to the boy. they received lots of our attention i would be biological parents sometimes give less care to their kids than we did. but with the kids that we have now the new situation is somewhat different. perhaps because we have grown older. at first glance it may seem that my for the children here is no different than in a good orphanage. what makes the difference is that they feel protected they don't want to leave this place and they don't ask me to pass them to another family this is the best sign that they feel protected. if they were different from an
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orphanage even know when i married my father calls me to ask how my kids and i are doing my children treat him as their grandfather and. in addition then bought us a house which is never the case that often injures one with. he helps us just any normal parent but he's got too many children the priest knows that one day many of them will ask him for a blessing of guidance. here i just want to know why they abandoned me. sooner or later almost everyone of the children will wonder why they were abandoned and try to find out who their birth parents are. she was a home when i wrote. my set her maiden name and she confirmed that it was her i started making him sure remembered a certain person the name of the date she said yes so i told her i was his son but
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she said i wasn't what i said was that strange it's me on the look at my birthdate but she kept on saying i was not her son so that's the kind of conversation we've had with on the record oh she doesn't want me of course i'm not going to thrust myself on her that i do have parents here they are my dad and my mom that's all i need. my mother would love like she knows that i leave here and she knew that i had been taken to protect ash. i don't carry steen about her. she doesn't want me if she abandoned me while i look for her. i have the parents who took care of me and my childhood neurons lose the need and they take
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care of me of a now. but they can still help me even though i am an adult with the i have my own family. nowadays they all gather together for big holidays like christmas not just the children but the children's children too. it. is at least. in. it some of the older children who work at the monastery others have left father nicholai lets his squad choose their own path. song gilenya what do you want to be when you grow up
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every were thought about it. now. but it's time already it's time to make a choice i know the tyranny of has already made her choice be honest with me have you made your choice i want to be a designer or i can painter what about you. i don't know you don't know when you will be and i don't know. what about you marcia police officer police officer. why are you crying divied. the children know their father supports them and that miracles do happen ask and it shall be given seek and you will find knock and it shall be opened onto you. for sure instance an ordinary person very doubtful about building a church did you would saying he had my name or other resources and he wouldn't
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cope with the task but as for him he doesn't think he's going to do it he simply doesn't he's not afraid of anything for whom. home. father nicholai had a parish without a church good he managed to found an orthodox town he had no children if he became the father of a very large family. i always wanted to be full of children this is my dream what used to maybe my son nico i will be able to do it more i must raise a successor who can continue what i've been doing conducting children. he told me that will be his successor he's always saying that to the guests. nikolai is eleven now his father often takes them along on trips like to moscow
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once as they were travelling he told his son what happened to him on the border with afghanistan in the one nine hundred eighty five. during a skirmish she was hit by a bullet which broke his cost but saved a. school stirred was upset because the cross was broken. so he put it on the table and went. but later when he came back and like. he saw that the cross was really as good as new. father nikolai wants his children to start down mores of their own rather than war is the only explosion he wants them to hear is when the christmas fireworks rumble in the sky.
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