February 18, 2023: Theodosius of Chernigovsky – what not to do today

You cannot visit today.

What happened today:

Today, the Orthodox Church honors the memory of Saint Theodosius of Chernigov. He revived the Kiev-Vydubytsky monastery destroyed by the Uniates, restored the Yelets Assumption Monastery in Chernigov, founded the Pechenik monastery and built the temple of the Domnitsky monastery.

Things not to do on February 18:

  • do heavy physical labor
  • overeating, drinking alcohol
  • visit
  • lend and borrow money

Folk signs and beliefs:

  • cold weather – warm to early spring
  • rain today – to a dry summer
  • warm weather – towards the end of winter

Angel Day is celebrated:

Agafia, Alexandra, Anthony, Vasilisa, Voif, Evagrius, Elladius, Macarius, Michael, Polievkt, Theodosius, Theodulia

Born today:

1898 – Enzo Ferrari (d. 1988), Italian designer and automaker, founder of Ferrari

1933 – Yoko Ono, Japanese and American artist, singer, musician, widow of John Lennon

1954 – John Travolta, American actor, dancer, and singer, Golden Globe and Emmy winner

Also on this day:

1930 – American astronomer Clyde Tombaugh discovers the largest known dwarf planet in the solar system – Pluto

1979 – The Sahara Desert snowed for the first time in centuries

2021 – The Perseverance rover lands on planet Mars and takes its first pictures

Source: Focus

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