Friday, November 13, 2009

Etymology


The word angel in English is a fusion of the Old English word engel (with a hard g) and the Old French angele. Both derive from the Latin angelus, and thence the Koine Greek ἄγγελος - angelos ('messenger') used in the Septuagint to translate the Hebrew מלאך mal'akh (yehowah) "messenger (of Yahweh)".

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Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Angel


Angels are spiritual beings found in many religious traditions. They are broadly viewed as messengers of God, sent to do God's tasks. Traditions vary as to the precise nature and role of these messages and tasks. Notions regarding the appearance of angels also vary, they are often perceived to have a human-like appearance and are usually depicted with wings.

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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Weirdest Moon


Last week I hanged out with my friends until late. I don't know why by that time I felt really weird during the whole day, like something was wrong. I was really sleepy after I hanged out with my friends and my friend drove all the way back home with sleepy eyes. Suddenly, I just starred at the sky and I was like "OMG", I saw the biggest moon in my entire life. I kept on looking the moon and it's really bright and big from it's normal sizes. Was it me or there's something wrong with the moon? Maybe it was me, but it is for real. If you never see the thing that happens all in a sudden in your life, you would say "It's just happened". I just keep silence and never tell my friend but after that then I told my friend...Sometimes you have to appreciate something that is in front of your eyes.

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