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Happy Orthodox New Year 2017 Quotes Wishes Sayings Whatsapp Status Dp Images :- The Orthodox New Year, also known as the Old New Year, according to the Julian calendar is on January 14 and as per the Gregorian calendar, people celebrates this New Year which is touted as the Orthodox New Year celebrates with huge manner. The Julian calendar pre-dates the Gregorian calendar.

Many Orthodox Christians who observe the New Year’s Day as per the Julian calendar they only as well on this day Christmas take New Year celibates’ this New Year thinking of their previous year, on this day Christian take New Year resolutions.

Orthodox New Year Quotes Sayings

Many people celebrate the day with family or friends to welcome the New Year. Activities may include fireworks, large meals and music entertainment.

“Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right.” – Oprah Winfrey

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“Write it on your heart that every day is the best day in the year.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

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“Every time you tear a leaf off a calendar, you present a new place for new ideas and progress.” – Charles Kettering

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“Be at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let every new year find you a better man.” – Benjamin Franklin

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“I never really make solid resolutions. I think if there’s something one needs to change with oneself, it doesn’t have to happen in the New Year. You can do that any time you please – not that it’s not a good inspirational tactic for the people that it works for.” – Brittany Murphy

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But for 30 years, Orthodox leaders have tipped the balance between hawks and doves, and have been in a position to determine who forms a coalition and who runs the country.

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Today the eyes of orthodox Jews of earth are fixed upon Palestine.

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I’m in favour of religion as a tamer of arrogance. For a Greek Orthodox, the idea of God as creator outside the human is not God in God’s terms. My God isn’t the God of George Bush.

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If liberalism is to mean anything at all, it is duty bound to support without hesitation the dissenting individual over the group, the heretic over the orthodox, innovation over stagnation, and free speech over offense.

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If there is any fixed star in our constitutional constellation, it is that no official, high or petty, can prescribe what shall be orthodox in politics, nationalism, religion, or other matters of opinion, or force citizens to confess by word or act.

Some churches hold Orthodox New Year events such as parties or dinners. Those who attend these events may pray for the New Year and toast their drinks. Some churches host gala dinners to raise funds for charitable causes or church building restorations.

The Orthodox New Year has been symbolised or mentioned in various Eastern European art, including Russian art and literary works. For example, a comedy drama called The Old New Year, written by playwright Mikhail Roshchin in 1973, became very popular in the theatres before it became a screenplay for television film.

The Orthodox New Year is not a federal public holiday and it celebrates in the country including, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Russia, and the Ukraine. The Orthodox New Year is observed among Orthodox Christians in countries such as Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States.

Now this The Orthodox New Year became globally and worldwide famous throughout the country. The Orthodox New Year is widely known as the Old New Year. It is started as for January 1 in the Julian calendar, which was used before the Gregorian calendar. Some countries, including Italy, Poland, Portugal, and Spain, accepted the Gregorian calendar’s introduction in 1582 and they celebrates the day.

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