|Valentina Ivanovna Golubeva|
|Date of Birth||November 14, 1954 (1954-11-14) (aged 65)|
|Place of Birth|
|Occupation||teacher, player "What? Where? When? ”(1982-2005)|
|Awards and prizes|
|Masters of the game|
|Holders of the epaulettes and title of “The Best Captain of the Club”|
|Diamond Owl Owners|
|Crystal Owl Owners|| |
★ - “Crystal Owl” conquered as part of the “Crystal Nest”
Valentina Golubeva today
Even meticulous journalists do not have information about the personal life of Valentina Golubeva. There is no information on the Internet either. It can be concluded that Golubev is a secretive person and does not allow anyone to keep his personal secrets.
All that journalists managed to find out about Valentina’s addictions: she loves sharpei, enjoys sailing and windsurfing. She spends a lot of time traveling and loves when she has a lot of delicious food in her house.
Priest of Our Time
I am so old that I remember the last century.
For example, I remember times when butter was healthy. He was put in hot porridge, spread on bread, greased pancakes. Oil was very useful, especially for children.
Only coffee was harmful if drunk a lot. And if not very much, then nothing too.
Today, of course, in many products the character has deteriorated. Harmful such all became, already! Only we - residents of the last century - and remember how cute and helpful they were once before.
My spiritual beacon. Prayer by agreement.
Sacred Martyr Seraphim (Chichagov)
An officer of the tsarist army, an outstanding artilleryman, as well as a doctor, composer, artist ... He left worldly fame for the service of Christ and took the priestly obedience to his spiritual father, St. John of Kronstadt. On December 11, 1937, at the age of 82, he was shot at the Butovo training ground near Moscow.
A descendant of an ancient noble family, a hereditary soldier, Leonid Mikhailovich Chichagov was born in St. Petersburg. His father, Mikhail Nikiforovich was a colonel of artillery (later rose to the rank of major general).
Leonid Mikhailovich had an interest in the Church and spiritual issues since childhood. At the age of ten, Leonid lost his father. Early orphanage, apparently, left a deep mark in the boy’s soul - already in his youth he became very religious. In the Preobrazhensky regiment, where Chichagov entered upon graduation, he surprised his colleagues, in particular, by observing all the posts, although in the army, according to the decree of Peter I, the observance of the posts was not obligatory.
Apparently, during the Turkish war, watching the pain and suffering of the wounded and dying warriors, he felt a desire to help the suffering. Initially, it led Leonid Mikhailovich to medicine.
Much and diligently engaged in self-education, Leonid Mikhailovich compiled his own textbook with the theoretical justification of homeopathy and practical recommendations for the treatment of diseases based on the use of herbal medicines. The treatment system he developed was described in detail in the two-volume book “Medical Conversations”, as well as in the book “Summary of Medical Conversations”, which have not lost their significance today.
Deeply empathizing with everyone who needed help and support, Leonid Mikhailovich spent all his life doing charity work. While still in military service, he established a charity to help the military, who due to illness were forced to resign before acquiring the right to retirement.
He also cared for orphans whose parents died in the war. During the Russo-Japanese War, he organized fundraising for the treatment of the wounded, participated in the formation of ambulance trains.
And yet, at a certain moment, he realized that all this is not enough, and he wants to devote his life to Christ entirely, without a trace. Then, in 1878, in St. Petersburg, Leonid Mikhailovich first met with Archpriest John Sergiev.
The “All-Russian Father” resolved many of the spiritual questions of the young officer and became his confessor, with whose blessings he made many life decisions in all subsequent years. Subsequently, in obedience to St. John of Kronstadt, he will become a clergyman.
The decision to change the type of activity for Leonid Mikhailovich was extremely painful. I must say that, in addition to friends and relatives, the spouse seriously opposed the adoption of the holy dignity.
Natalya Nikolaevna Chichagova, nee Dokhturova, could not imagine herself in the role of mother. She, like Leonid Mikhailovich himself, came from the famous aristocratic family. Her father was a chamberlain of the Court of His Imperial Majesty, a real state adviser. She grew up among the high Petersburg society, and was afraid to break with the usual secular way of life. However, the decisive role in its decision was played by the confessor of the family, Archpriest John Sergiev. He had a personal conversation with Natalya Nikolaevna and persuaded her to agree to the adoption of the holy dignity by Leonid Mikhailovich.
After the death of his wife, Leonid Mikhailovich took monasticism. On August 14, 1898, in the Holy Trinity St. Sergius Lavra, he was tonsured into the mantle with the name Seraphim.
The daughters of Bishop Seraphim Vera, Natalia and Leonid subsequently followed in the footsteps of their father and dedicated themselves to serving God. Natalia and Leonid became a monk with the name of Seraphim, and Vera with the name of Veronica. The youngest daughter Catherine sacrificed her talent and abandoned the profession of a singer for the sake of the well-being of her family, giving herself entirely to raising her children.
The example of grandfather and his mother Leonida was followed by Varvara Vasilievna Chernaya, the granddaughter of the lord. A famous chemist, she did a lot to preserve the memory of Metropolitan Seraphim. Her efforts, fifty years after the execution, on November 10, 1987, Leonid Mikhailovich Chichagov was completely rehabilitated by the government and found not guilty. And in 1997, Metropolitan Seraphim was glorified as a new martyr by the Bishops' Council of the Russian Orthodox Church. Shortly before her death, Varvara Vasilievna also took monastic tonsure under the name of Seraphim (d. 1999).
The legacy of Metropolitan Seraphim, a military historian, artist, theologian, composer, is enormous. In the Moscow church in the name of the Prophet of God Elijah in the Everyday Lane there is an image of the Savior in a white tunic and an image of the Monk Seraphim praying on a stone, written by him. The main creation of the doctor Leonid Chichagov - the book "Medical Conversations" - is still respected by homeopaths. Sacred music, written by Metropolitan Seraphim, today is regularly performed in temples and philharmonic societies.
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