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Welcome to the country of “Bono Homini”

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Once upon a time where we live now, used to live some better people. Everybody called them good people, Romans use to called them Bono Homini . In my country we still call them ” dobri ljudi ” . We used to have excellent relationships between us, people, and better understanding of what is surrounding us. We shared that knowledge only orally, through live words. So to share it we had to meet each other face to face …

ljiljanThis is still even nowadays, the only way to share it and feel what we are talking about. See each other, feel each other and share own experience about life which resides inside of us. That is a very simple knowledge about where to put our attention and feel how mighty and incredible we are. The only temple which you have to build is the one in your heart.

Don t trust me, trust only yourself and what you feel that is good for you .

There are some stories I can tell you about the history of my people, which is also the history of your people. Also about the Bosnian Heraldry and why our Bosnian king, from that time, change Illiryan signs on our flag into  Lilies…

 


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Visoki Bosnia and Montsegur Occitania …

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3 Comments »

  1. Today I met one of the drovri ljudi . I highly recommend such company. It feeds the soul like mountain after being trapped indoors all day. Look around. The good people dwell among us. If we are awake,they may even be us

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