Visiting the two-winged lion of Famagusta, people report this special story:
Visiting the two-winged lion of Famagusta, people report this special story:
Develop Your Power – A Poem by Argyro Toumazou
“Develop Your Power
Create – don’t react
Your thoughts are real powers
Your mind is a transmitter
You broadcast your thoughts
Your mind is a receiver
You receive ideas from all directions
You attract with magnetism
You retain the good magnets
You have a tower of control
You uphold your mind mechanism
Now you know all the laws
Of the thought and of the mind
All the gain is all yours
All the loss you scatter away
Your watchman at the gate
Guards you from mistaken impressions
You are a successful man
You have a successful woman
You cultivate your mind
You achieve your targets
You always think abundance
You express abundance
You keep from going backward
You always keep going forward
You are perfect and strong
You are loving and happy”
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TALKS AND NEGOTIATIONS IN CYPRUS
Certain terms reverberate constantly around us for more than half a century and have become part and parcel of the vocabulary to which we are accustomed.
We often find them parochial or anecdotal, but still they bring to us an air of comfort and hope. Such is their power and utility, when we hear of ‘inter-communal talks’ or of ‘negotiations’ aiming at ‘a solution of the Cyprus problem’.
This article does not attempt to bring any more hope or hopelessness to a bleak state of affairs or ‘status quo’ but simply examines this issue from a different point of view.
We all seem to know very well what ‘talks’ and ‘negotiations’ are for us, and indeed we take them for granted. One little glimpse into this matter informs us that in reaching an agreement we pass through a number negotiation stages.
Let us start with the first stage. Here we have a preliminary stage. At this stage, there is no pro-contractual bond between the parties, but the parties are not completely alien to each other. They find themselves in a trust relationship.
In view of this relationship, a spirit of solidarity should prevail. The parties are bound to good faith behaviour between them. More specifically, in case of an offence during the negotiations known as ‘culpa in contrahendo’ the party causing damage is liable to rectify this damage. Pro-contractual responsibility is different from a binding proposal.
The Second stage: The preliminary stage comes to an end when a contract is made or when a preliminary agreement is reached.
First, by a preliminary agreement the parties undertake bi-laterally or unilaterally to make a future agreement containing a contract, which will be the final contract, either between them and/or between them and a third party.
Second, a preliminary agreement is different from an option.
The Third stage: The contractual point begins from the moment of reaching an agreement up to the moment of amortization of the contract.
The Fourth stage: The post-contractual stage comes last, in cases in which there are certain obligations between the parties emanating from the contract already implemented between them.
When negotiation is aiming to a compromise contract, as this has been admitted and declared repeatedly for the Cyprus problem, we must not forget that “by a compromise contract the parties dissolve by mutual concessions a dispute or uncertainty between them regarding a relationship governed by law.”
We should also not lose sight of the fact that compromise comprises rights the parties can dispose under ‘ius dispositivum’. Rights protected by public order rules are not liable to disposal as such. E.g. in the case of personality and property, we have absolute rights which everyone owes to recognize and to respect.
Even committing a suicide is not admissible, as life is an absolute right. After the legal abolition of servitude, resigning from the right of judicial protection, property and inheritance is not compatible with the notion of liberty.
Please see the enactment of the relevant law in Cyprus enforced as from 27 December 1879, Cap. 71.
Contract of Adhesion: In this type of contract the content of the contract as well as the terms provided therein do not emanate from liberal negotiations between the parties as equals. The terms of such a contract are set out in the form of general transaction terms unilaterally and beforehand in a stereotype text by the socially and economically stronger party, while the weaker party accepts or rejects in one word without having any margin to discuss or amend such terms.
In such cases, it is admitted that at least in theory the acceding party knows these terms at the decision making stage, when signing the contract, or paying for the ticket or coupon, as regards transport, theater and other services of similar nature.
Friendship | Generosity | Mathematics
We are now in April and we are looking towards the development of generosity and friendship.
Generosity is a virtue, not a trifling behaviour. In the 19th century the American thinker from Boston (United States), Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882), has rightly observed that the biggest gift is a piece of us!
We must not forget that the generous person is self-demanding in contrast with the vulgar who is demanding more from others.
Children are reluctant to share things until they develop their capacity of reason.
Generosity comprises spending for things which are praiseworthy and at the same time not taking from where one should not; it is combining with other virtues, such as a mild character, good manners, philanthropy, compassion, friendship, hospitality and the focusing on the good.
Friendship on the other hand is the ability for mutual respect, appreciation, devotion, understanding and trust between two or more persons.
A friend is a familiar person, a really good partner and a be-loved one.
As such pairs of friends we have:
– Diomedes and Sthenelos,
– Achilles and Patroclus,
– Sarpedon and Glafkos.
Friendship operates in the same way as the attraction mediates in the centre of the universal sphere protecting it from falling into disarray.
In the mathematical theory of Phytagoras’ friendly numbers 220 is equal to the sum of the sub-multiples of 284 and the sum of the multiples of 284 is equal to the sub-multiples of 220 as you can see below:
Calculating firstly… 220 / 2 = 110; 220 / 110 = 2; 220 / 4 = 55; 220 / 55 = 4; 220 / 5 = 44; 220 / 44 = 5; 220 / 10 = 22; 220 / 22 = 10; 220 / 11 = 20; 220 / 20 = 11
Pythagoras’ first result: 110 + 2 + 55 + 4 + 44 +5 + 22 +10 + 20 + 11 + unit = 284
Caldulating secondly… 284 / 2 = 142; 284 / 142 = 2; 284 / 4 = 71; 284 / 71 = 4
Pythagoras’ second Result: 142 + 2 + 71 + 4 + unit = 220
Connecting with You and Your results?
Agyro G. Toumazou says: “Create and do not react!”, adding the sentence:
“The need of clear statements for the ‘rules and principles to run successfully a state’ has never been greater.”
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