I know the title of this post is exaggerated. However, it doesn’t change the fact that it’s worth admitting a certain thing that many evangelists know but are afraid to say out loud. However, before I go into the details, I would like to use an example.

Let us imagine that we are in a Polish language lesson. On the blackboard, the teacher writes the topic: “A discussion of Aeschylus’ drama Prometheus Scaled”. The pupils politely write down a short note in their notebooks and the teacher begins the lecture. In a monotone voice, she introduces the author, the profiles of the characters, the message of the drama, its impact on literature of all ages and finally sets the students the task of writing a short essay on the significance of the Promethean myth in Adam Mickiewicz’s ‘Dziady’. At the end of the lesson, delighted with her own words, she encourages the students to read other works by the master Aeschylus and hopes that after the lesson is over, the youngsters will run to the library and borrow an anthology of ancient works, because, after all, nothing more wonderful can be imagined. The lesson ends and the pupils get up and go to the shop for a yeasty snack and a bottle of Coke. Nobody remembers Aeschylus anymore or even the great myth they heard. They have never been interested in it and no amount of reassurance will change that. They respect their teacher, but the belief in the importance of myths and good literature is a fiction to them. They may even feel that something important has been said, but this is not the time for such things. The mundane of life can defeat even the greatest ideas and good intentions. In two years’ time, they will have their school-leaving exams, after which no one will ask them about Aeschylus, Prometheus or even the beautiful Antigone, who died a tragic death. The teacher will share the fate of the hero she spoke so passionately about. In a year’s time, another generation will hear about the rebel who brought fire to the people. From Prometheus he will eventually become Sisyphus, who continually rolls his stone up the mountain.

The same is true of the evangelisation of the young. Those who claim that the power of the word convinces others of their own ideas are mistaken. Modern man sees more than he hears. However, it is not in listening that the problem lies. The man of the 21st century is uninterested in thinking, in ideas, in the supernatural. He has become a man of grey everyday life laced with tic-tac-toe videos and entertainment that acts like a drug. He does not concern himself with religion because he considers it superfluous, unnecessary. Moreover, he often regards it as harmful and enslaving.


Web cash review

At a time of huge popularity of online shopping and, consequently, high competition in the market, the battle for the customer takes place not only in matters of assortment or product prices, but also in the less obvious ones. Among these, we can mention the payment methods in the online shop. In this article, you will read about which forms of payment you should offer in your e-shop in order to enjoy higher sales.

Why are diverse payment methods for purchases important?

It might seem that this factor does not have a primary impact on sales results. However, it is very common for customers to abandon their shopping cart when they see that the shop does not offer a payment method that is convenient for them.

So the conclusion is one: the more online payment methods you make available to users, the better. What’s more, diversity in this area is a sign to the customer that your shop is reliable and trustworthy.


Superior muscle

You have probably often come across various statements and opinions from other people about what is beneficial for muscle mass development and what you should definitely avoid. More often than not, however, these statements are inconsistent, so today we will present you with myths about building mass in terms of training, diet and supplementation.

Building muscle mass – conflicting information! Why is this happening?

There are many schools, theories and studies, which are usually never fully confirmed or are carried out on people who have little to do with sport. The result is an exchange of opinions and mutual criticism. Before continuing with this article, it is important to realise that everyone gains different experiences from different sources. And 90% of the time it is almost certain to be a different theory from yours.

So it’s worth exchanging insights, but never get into a discussion because it doesn’t make any sense at all – no one is going to change their view based solely on your words.


Which shower enclosure should I choose?

A shower enclosure is an essential part of almost every bathroom. Due to the fact that we use it practically every day, it is worth making sure that our choice of shower enclosure is well thought out. We suggest what to look for when choosing a shower enclosure.

Shower enclosures can vary in design, size and different materials are used to create them. To choose the optimal shower enclosure, it is good to keep all these aspects in mind, from the type of drain to the height of the shower tray.

A shower enclosure in a small flat
When hesitating between a shower enclosure and a bath tub, the amount of space available in the bathroom is very often the deciding factor. In small rooms, the much more compact wall-mounted shower cubicles are by far the most popular. When it comes to furnishing a small bathroom, every detail is important, such as how the shower door opens. If space is at a premium, a shower enclosure with sliding doors is the right choice. The advantage of this is that the open door doesn’t get in the way when you step out of the shower. Sliding doors also have their drawbacks. Sometimes all it takes is an accidental bump on the shower door for it to fall off the rails or for a roller to break. Repairing a sliding door shower enclosure can sometimes be time-consuming, as can the search for matching parts. Depending on the size of the bathroom, shower doors can also be hinged. This solution takes up a little more space, but it is easier to get out of the shower enclosure and it is quicker to ventilate the room. Therefore, if this type of solution does not harm the bathroom layout, corner shower cubicles and hinged doors are the most practical solution.

Which shower enclosures are worth choosing?
The next dilemma concerns what type of shower enclosure will go into our bathroom. Traditional shower trays are slowly becoming a thing of the past, and their place is increasingly being taken by shower enclosures with a slightly different design. In large rooms, free-standing shower enclosures are very popular. Their appearance can make quite an impression, especially if this one is finished in glass or has some kind of striking design. A free-standing shower enclosure can also be well suited to the style of the interior. For example, industrial-style shower cubicles with lots of metal elements are currently popular. Such modern shower cubicles are rarely fitted with semi-circular shower trays. The glass shower enclosure is mounted on a special frame or directly on the floor. No special knowledge is required to install a shower tray, only good quality materials such as silicone. However, for shower enclosures of the open type or similar, it is best to engage a professional. A compromise between a classic plastic shower tray and an open shower enclosure can be a so-called low shower tray, which provides free use for both adults and the youngest members of the household. This type of solution is also a good choice in a small bathroom, as in a small bathroom the dimensions of the shower tray will translate into the visual perception of the available space.



Planning a trip to France and wondering what’s worth seeing there? Everyone associates Paris or the Côte d’Azur, but France has more to offer!

My partner grew up in France, his family still lives an hour’s RER ride away from Paris and thanks to them I have visited France many times over the last 10 years. I have been to Paris alone dozens of times – staying both with various friends and on my own in hostels. However, I have also visited some less popular – from the perspective of a Polish tourist – places. And although Paris itself is worth seeing at least once in a lifetime, I would just as highly recommend visiting the provinces!

France boasts a huge variety of landscapes – from the highest peaks in Europe in the Alps, to extinct volcanoes in the Auvergne, fields of levendé in Provence, castles on the Loire, chalk cliffs and vast beaches on the Atlantic coast, luxury resorts on the French Riviera, fields of vines that strew a huge part of the country, to historic towns with a soul. If you’re planning a trip to France, be sure to check out my subjective list of 5 beautiful places to see there! I don’t just focus on individual French tourist attractions or monuments, but cities, departments and regions in general.