It’s daunting just stepping out of high school and then having to make the agonising decision to study locally or abroad. Well, for you who choose to create a new chapter in your life by going somewhere far away from comfort…try considering Bulgaria as a point of departure.
What encompasses Bulgaria?
Bulgaria is an uncommon country located in Europe. Being home to the first ever written Slavic language, which is now spoken not just in Bulgaria but also incorporated in the Ukraine, Macedonia, Serbia, Turkey, Greece and Romania.
Educational information and interests
Bulgarians schooling/learning period runs from September to June. Application for international students should be started on the first few days of September. Bear in mind that it would be advisable to learn Bulgarian just before setting yourself on new soil as most courses are predominantly done in their native language. However, for international students who are not yet skilled or familiar with the language, a one year course in the Bulgarian language also followed by an examination is of great importance. If you already speak Bulgarian, you need to pass the Standardised Test in Bulgarian Level B2. However, some programs are done in the English language. If you desire to study medicine, then you’re in luck because it’s one of the courses done in English.
A bachelor’s degree takes approximately four years in Bulgaria. There are three levels to the higher education stages – bachelor, master’s and doctorate. The good news about attempting to study abroad is that if you passed high school well then you automatically qualify for university, or other higher levels of education.
The mini Cooper is by far one of the best cars ever to be invented – well, in my opinion it is. Why? Due to it’s petite structure and aesthetic demeanour.
The Mini Cooper can be located way back by the original Mini by BMC and designer Sir Alex Issigonis in the 1950s. Commonly known to be due to a fuel shortage, and the intensity for more efficient city cars, the Mini Cooper was specifically developed and designed as a two door, 4 cylinder engine car by BMC, and featured a monocoque outer covering. The first Mini Cooper, or Mark I, was tied to BMC’s other famous brand names such as the Morris Minor and Austin, and was launched in 1959. In the 1960s, the popularity of the compact and distinct Mini Cooper led to it taking on its own distinctive identity, with the Mark II Mini adding a new sparkle in the later part of the decade.
Mini Cooper is an exquisite car for women and those people who are simple yet stylish, as well as those people who always have something new to discover about them. The Mini is an ideal eye-catcher. Not too expensive and just the right car to explore and have a great time travelling
Sources: http://www.bmwblog.com/2012/07/05/the-history-of-the-mini-cooper/ Horatiu Boeriu
Latvia is one of those countries that are hardly recognised in this day and age. There’s a lot to this miniature country. Especially pertaining to its arts and culture.
Situated in Eastern Europe and bordering the Baltic Sea, between Estonia and Lithuania. Riga is its capital city hosting 2,165,165 since 2014.
Commonly known as “the singing nation”. Most people in Latvia have had some experience in the singing field as well as folk dance groups, which gather together for the Song Festival, including several singers.Folk songs are Latvia’s hallmarks. The Latvian folk song Daina is one of the distinguishing features of Latvian culture. There are three important elements of these folk songs including tradition, literature and symbolism. The Daina is an entity of oral art and is a significant symbol that has both shaping and revolutionising Latvia’s national identity for the last two centuries also including melodies. Latvians are quite strict when it comes to the greeting and initialising of relationships. The terms “kungs” for a man and “kundze” for a woman are greatly important terms when addressing people.
The Latvian art scenes encapsulates the Nordic and poetic theme. Contemporary Latvian artists are interested in captivating the Zeitgeist and exploring what encompasses their country’s art such as asbe painting, sculpture, video, and photography. What sets these Latvian artists from the world’s artists is their post-soviet, pro-Western, and apolitical art. Thus, revisiting history and reflecting on what is present and past. The more emotional artists use more graphics in their art.
Sources: Images https://ich.unesco.org/en/RL/baltic-song-and-dance-celebrations-00087
Prayer is a necessity in a Christian’s life…or for any religion for that matter. However, Christianity will be the topic for the day as it is one of the biggest religions in the world.
The highlight of a Christian’s life is a relationship with God the Father. The way to achieve this is to have an in depth understanding, knowledge and relationship with His Son, Jesus Christ The Saviour King. For many, this may sound easy, however, having a relationship with a supernatural being – a Spirit – is not a walk in the park.
Prayer encompasses an intimate conversation in the secret place (a place you feel comfortable to pray in). Prayer is not necessarily a spiritual activity that requires a time limit. Prayer can be as little as thirty seconds to as long as three hours. Depending on how the Holy Spirit descends upon the people.
Prayer is not just muttering words. Prayer is also singing, dancing, meditating on the Word of God (the Holy Bible). Spontaneous prayer is literally the best form of prayer you can do for yourself. Prepared or rehearsed prayer is never an ideal as it’s not genuine or from the heart. Spontaneous worship – giving reverance, showing gratitude and surrendering to the Creator, Elohim – is also a magnificent form of prayer. Corporate worship and prayer are a fantastic way of tapping into the spirit!
Without prayer…all things are bound to go wrong in your life. You’d be surprised what a little prayer can do FOR YOU.
Images: http://www.oakchurch.org.au/connect/faith/ Prayer
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Don’t miss out on something that could be amazing just because it could also be difficult ~Curiano.com
We all want and need to feel and be in love. It’s not a SIN. Trust me it’s not. So then what’s holding us back from experiencing eclectic love. What’s stopping us from pursuing an amid journey of ecstasy? What follows is for those people who wouldn’t mind, are already in an interracial relationship, or is just fascinated by the topic…
Love is the string that ties people who have fallen in love with one another. It feels so good and you cannot help but want to show off your love to the whole world. The thing is, interracial relationships are becoming more common around the world. Especially in North America and South Africa.
However, people who are in interracial relationships face many challenges pertaining to internal and external factors such as cultural and racial differences, criticism from society and displacement. Is it necessary to feel such a way? Do people involved in interracial relationships have to endure society’s opinion? Truly NOT!
When you’re genuinely in love with someone of another skin colour or shade, you’re too busy falling in love than to even have time for people’s backwardness and negativity.
Enjoy your love story and show off the romanticism because YOU DESERVE IT.
Images: Pinterest.com Interracial relationships
Hair is an essential part of every human beings life. As human beings, we use our hair to our advantage. For appeal, for protection and for a sign of manhood and womanhood.
As such, it is vital to keep hair looking healthy, clean and appealing. I have noticed that just as combing one’s hair on their head permits hair growth, so does brushing eyebrow hair. I can attest to this in that a dear friend of mine had weak eyebrow hair. Her eyebrow hair would fall off whenever she touched them. Until she started brushing both eyebrows with a brush two times a day after taking a shower or bath.
The results were astounding. Within the first month of dedicating herself to the method, eyebrow hairs started to grow. Now a year, my friend’s eyebrows look magnificent. Her eyebrows almost look fake the way they look so good. On that note, so does washing, shampooing, conditioning and air drying natural or chemical hair. The trick in hair is not necessarily by the expensive products. It’s by how much you love your hair.
The effort one puts on their hair really pays off. It just takes patience and care. Products that contain olive oil, coconut oil, jojoba oil and carrot oil are just what the hair needs to be in perfect shape. Blow drying hair all the time causes split ends and cranky dry hair because of overheating.
Love your hair. It really matters!
It seems that celebrity singer Justin Bieber is seeking a spiritual path of calmness and uniting with his inner being.
Apparently, the young singer had canceled a few concerts because he has received a spiritual awakening. However, his father Jeremy states otherwise. According to Bieber’s father, he is just exhausted and is seeking a relaxation period and a minor break.
However, the father’s statements on social media network Instagram is quite contradictory in that Justin had been cruising in the Hillsong Church, listening to the church’s worship songs and came to the conclusion that he wants God in his life. Hillsong Church is well renowned all across the globe and is particularly known by their two bands Hillsong and Hillsong United. Based in Sydney, Australia, Hillsong has left a trademark in the world.
So the question lies as follows: Will Justin enter the Hillsong band and become a prominent member of the church. In the process of being spiritual? OR was he really just tired of the touring and concerts?
Source & image: https://www.lifezette.com/faithzette/why-justin-bieber-might-be-having-a-spiritual-awakening/