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The effect on children of their environment

Archpriest Vladislav Sveshnikov, elder paisios of the Holy mountain, the priest Alexander Christmas.

Small children should be brought to communion regularly, to be sanctified, because, unfortunately, they grow in poor, spiritually unhealthy environment.

Elder Paisios Of The Holy Mountain

When people, and especially children, will visit the Church, they calm down and become more peaceful, but after some of modern cinema or video session, where the blood flows, where twenty corpses on the screen showed, and then they all discuss it, screaming, hands waving, excited. And no wonder then fighting, beating each other because they have these instincts come out, they unwittingly repeat all he had seen. And here it is involuntary copying is a very serious thing, because “out of sight, out of mind”. With the monk, the monk will be elected will be elected, with innocent innocent will, the shrew will be defiled. And one of the aspects of education is the selection of an appropriate atmosphere, appropriate for friends, colleagues and so on. We were picked up communication for our children, was not allowed in there, where would they be without us, went and went and with them took them, where there are children.

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