There was also a case where a mysterious man wearing all green and a cap that concealed all of his face except for his red beard.He was working in the office in the early morning hours; the next day it was discovered that no men were employed at this motel, yet he had a set of keys and checked in customers.Links to available abstracts, and when available, links to the full text on the Journal web sites are provided (search for . Our apologies in advance for uncertainties, errors, and omissions. Pachomius, who, about the same time, founded his first coenobium , or conventual monastery, at Tabennae in the far south of Egypt.
In the last room during the hours of 12 and a foul smell is present in the room, which is said to be the same spirit that likes to play with the lights and belongings.
In Syria, where it had its origin, and in Egypt, it was first employed as a title of honour and respect, and was given to any monk of venerable age or of eminent sanctity. Originally there seems to have been no appreciable difference in the signification of these two words, but after the period of Justinian the title archimandrite was jealously reserved for the superiors of the older or of the more important monasteries.
The title did not originally imply the exercise of any authority over a religious community. Both names have, however, been permanently retained, and are to this day the titles given to monastic superiors in the Eastern Church.
Antisocial attitudes, personality, and behaviors in a university sample [Abstract].
Perception of aggression among psychiatric nurses in Switzerland.