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Churches that follow me through life.

Robin Biznis June 20.2019 Belgrade, Serbia

I was born in 1952. I lived in the southern part of the city called Cukarica in Belgrade .

Our house was the first on the steam side of the street.It was number 2.

The houses on this side were demolished around 1972 and built multi-story houses.Through the road of our house in an odd side in number 1, today is the church of St. George.I was baptized in that church and spent my childhood days in the game in the churchyard with my friends.


In 1987, I moved to the northern part of Belgrade.This is in fact part of Vojvodina because the great European River Danube has to cross.This village is called Borca and has about 90,000 inhabitants.And here old demolish houses are being demolished and large multi-story houses are being raised.Borca is changing his appearance rapidly.In 2002, I bought an old house and land.I built a new house.The house has number 2.50 meters north to reach the first street, you reach the church of St. Nicholas.

View of the main entrance, which is covered.

The church shop was closed.A shot made through a glass window.

I spend my free time with my grandchildren and spend time there. Children use hammers and swings and I enjoy their carelessness and I remember my childhood and my church in Čukarica.And it will be so with them. Life is a circle. Sometimes I do not attach any importance to it. We say it is a coincidence.Whether?Many of these coincidences happen to me that I can believe it.Yet I am an educated man who lives in the 21st century .But the suspicions remain.

What do you think?

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Written by Robin Biznis



I am Dragan Čanković aged 65 years. I live in Belgrade, Serbia as a pensioner. On this site, my nickname is as well as on Facebook Robin Biznis.

Here I am trying to make some money through my own.

It's also very interesting for me to read what other people are writing and publishing.

I experience it as a creative work that actually is.

I wish you all good health and happiness to all of you.

Dragan Cankovic


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