Apparently “Ecclesiastical” means clerical/priestly.. does “eccles-” have a religious etymology?
// ok, so “Ecclesiastes” is a book in the Old Testament. It’s a Latin transliteration of the Greek word/name “Koheleth”, which means “Gatherer”/”Teacher”/”Preacher”. It’s about Koheleth, king David’s son whose main message is pretty much that everything is meaningless and people are vain.
I swear I was doing research for my assignment, but I looked up the dictionary definition of “community” in English and one of the meanings was Ecclesiastical and of course I had to know what that meant. This probably isn’t what the teacher is after, though. “I know this isn’t what you asked, but do you want to know something interesting?”. Also everything is connected somehow. The universe is really just a big spider’s web… yeah, it’s getting late. Good night.
If you are reading this, I hope you will often have a reason to smile the way I am smiling right now.
THEY’RE SO PRECIOUS YOU MUST GIVE THEM MANY KISSES FROM ME (ALSO WHAT ARE THEIR NAMES)
Awh, thanks! I’m sure they appreciate it! The bigger one (the elephant butt) is called Milli, which is a name/nickname here, and the smaller one is called Ines, which is a Swedish name (because she was born on “Ruotsalaisuuden päivä” aka “Swedish Day” [celebrating Finn-Swedish people’s right to speak Swedish in here]).
Here she is enjoying the sauna… under a seat cover for maximum heat (actually I don’t think the sauna was on then). Picture is a bit bad quality ‘cos it’s part of a bigger pic.
can you post a picture of the kitty
Here she is, imitating an elephant:
pet the kitty
I did and the other cat got jealous so she came in too.
and now the cat is sitting between me and the computer