Dating russian women culture
It's a great achievement for the country where atheism was the official state religion for more than 70 years. They appreciate Christian moral values but do not follow them. Russians are more aware of horoscopes than the Bible.Church service in Russia can be attended any day of the week and performed every day 2 or 3 times (early morning at 3 a.m., then at 8 a.m. People usually attend the church just to "light a candle" and quickly pray.Russian saying is, "One is not a soldier in the battlefield".In Russia, one still needs to know people in power to make things work.In the same secondary school course (11 years school qualification is mandatory in Russia) they study world literature, world music, and world geography.Many books of western authors are mandatory reading in the course of literature (in Russian translation of course).I think it was an excellent system since people had the opportunity to attend theatres from the early age, starting from attending performances in a Muppet theatre, then moving to the Youth Drama Theatre, then to Drama, Musical and Opera, according to their age.Also attending performances in a company is always much more fun, which contributed to the popularity of theatres.
They often have to rely on their friends to help them out.You know someone who knows someone who is in power; this is the way they have the things done.If you know the right people, you can have the most difficult things done with little effort.Church survives selling candles and reminder notes and charging for services such as baptizing, weddings and funerals. A couple has to register their marriage with government authorities first to be allowed to have church ceremony performed.Medical aid and education in Russia are free, though Russians joke that education becomes less and less free with every year.