Alexander Men

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"I find more meaning in the wing of a bird and in the branch of a tree, than in five hundred icons. God has given us two books: the Bible and Creation." ―Fr. Alexander Men
 
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"I work now as I have always worked: with my face into the wind... I'm only an instrument that God is using for the moment. Afterwards, things will be as God wants them." ―Fr. Alexander Men
 
"I work now as I have always worked: with my face into the wind... I'm only an instrument that God is using for the moment. Afterwards, things will be as God wants them." ―Fr. Alexander Men
  

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Father Alexander Men (1935-1990)
Father Alexander Men (1935-1990) is a Russian Orthodox Priest and Martyr.
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"I find more meaning in the wing of a bird and in the branch of a tree, than in five hundred icons. God has given us two books: the Bible and Creation." ―Fr. Alexander Men

"I work now as I have always worked: with my face into the wind... I'm only an instrument that God is using for the moment. Afterwards, things will be as God wants them." ―Fr. Alexander Men

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