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Quo vadis, eWorld?

Day 1,872, 15:37 by senka senke

Quo vadis, Domine? (Kuda ideš, Gospode?) je pitanje koje je prema legendi Sveti Petar, kada je za vreme progona hrišćana bežao iz Rima, postavio Isusu Hristu kad ga je sreo na putu Apiji (lat. Via Appia); na to mu je Hristos odgovorio: Ео Romam iterum crucifigi (Idem u Rim da ponovo budem razapet na krstu). To je Svetog Petra nateralo da se vrati u Rim, gde je bio mučen i gde je umro. Na mestu gde se to dogodilo podignuta je crkva Kvo vadis.

Danas to pitanje postavljamo kada želimo upozoriti nekoga da je izabrao pogrešan put kojim je pošao.

Da li idem pogrešnim putem?
Verovatno.
Da ne idem, ne bi se desilo ovo:


Dear senka senke,
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Best regards,
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Content type: Article
Reason: Flaming

Zaključak: piši o čemu god, samo ne o temi u kojoj će se neko prepoznati.

Napomena za neupućene: definicija latinske fraze je preuzeta iz Vikipedije. Ako se nekome ne svidi objašnjenje, molim da se ne obraća Platonu, već odgovornima za gore pomenutu Vikipediju.


English version:

Quo vadis? is a Latin phrase meaning "Where are you going?" or "Whither goest thou?"

The modern usage of the phrase refers to a Christian tradition regarding Saint Peter. According to the apocryphal Acts of Peter (Vercelli Acts XXXV[1]), Peter is fleeing from likely crucifixion in Rome at the hands of the government, and along the road outside the city he meets a risen Jesus. Peter asks Jesus "Quo vadis?", to which He replies, "Romam vado iterum crucifigi." ("I am going to Rome to be crucified again"). Peter thereby gains the courage to continue his ministry and returns to the city, to eventually be martyred by being crucified upside-down.

Have I chosen a wrong way?
Probably.
Unless I had chosen a wrong one, this would not have happened:

Dear senka senke,
Recently, you have created content which was declared to be not legal.
Content type: article Content info: O slobodnom novinarstvu u eSrbiji i šire Reason: Flaming You can see all your penalties in your Law Infringements List page.
Best regards,
Your eRepublik team
Thou shall not contaminate the New World with filth such as External advertising, Spam,Insults, Pornography, Vulgarity or Racism.
Content type: Article
Reason: Flaming

Conclusion: write about anything but the subject in which certain people may find themselves involved.

Note for the ignorant: the definition of the Latin phrase was taken from Wikipedia. If anybody does not like the explanation, please do not address to Plato, but to the responsible for the above mentioned Wikipedia.


 

Comments

pospana
pospana Day 1,872, 15:46

\o/

Borislav Gojkovic
Borislav Gojkovic Day 1,872, 15:49

Lepo ; )

SajIer
SajIer Day 1,872, 16:06

o/

Rastko1991
Rastko1991 Day 1,873, 03:19

 
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