This article is from the Hungarian
Creation Magazin 2020

’…the one who reads is free, by getting to know the thoughts of others is able, to choose freely, to form one’s own thoughts, to compare them, to win and to lose, to learn from it and to improve by it, as it is worthy of man. It’s simple, isn’t it, all we have to do is learn the alphabet and read.’1 István Csukás, Hungarian writer

The wonders of the Created World

Dear Reader, the Creation Magazine’s first (introductionary) issuu came to existence as a result of the persistent work of a wonderful, committed team of volunteers, faithfully following the vision, that nothing could tarnish.
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Roots and wings

It is of great importance of what has an impact on us and especially on our children. The rising generation Z and generation Alpha are mostly feeding off of the internet. The media, the economic giants, the major world powers, the global brands and the entertainment industry, all became an influencer in our children’s ideological education. Their power is convincing.
All the meanwhile the effects of real science and Christian education is diminishing. Information is becoming one-sided. Some young people seem to soar by getting rid of their roots. Others strengthen their roots – so that they can actually soar.
There are difficult times coming in the world, there’s a life and death struggle ahead of us, and our children and grandchildren need to have courage to be able to stand their ground. The Creation Project’s goal is to contribute to the victory by providing information and inspiration.

Does it seem like a tilt at windmills?

The words of a Hungarian poet, Vörösmarty come to mind:

’Despite all, despite all, one must travail –
a new spirit is fighting its way up,
through the soul of man bursts a new approach…
What, in this world, is our task? To struggle,
according to our strength, for noble goals.
Before us stands the fate of a nation…’2

I have a dream

’Despite all, despite all, one must travail –
a new spirit is fighting its way up,
through the soul of man bursts a new approach…
What, in this world, is our task? To struggle,
according to our strength, for noble goals.
Before us stands the fate of a nation…’ 2

  • That we Hungarians will put aside all taboos and will more boldly follow the path of seeking the truth with sincerity.
  • That through studying the wonders of the Created World, we will be able to get to know the Creator God himself more, from whom we received all and to whom we will have to account for our actions.
  • That with common will, we’ll restore the honor of the Bible, our country, work and family.
  • That the Hungarian generation, that’s coming of age now, will be rooted in the Christian faith, and will be motivated, strong and viable.
  • That the spirit will prevail in our descendants, it will give them a strong backbone and it will lead the Hungarian nation to victory: so, on the one hand, they will become diligent and adaptable, on the other hand, they’ll stand on the rock-solid foundation of the truth and no storm will be able to knock them down.
  • That the Hungarian nation will awaken, it will strengthen and instead of following today’s trendsetters, it will live freely, according to its heart’s conviction, and its good example will have a great influence on the whole world.

‘Many think: Hungary was. I would like to believe: it will be.’

What we see happening today is just the beginning, ‘Canaan’ is still afar3! Let this be a dream for many of us and let us all participate in achieving it, with humbleness, faith, perseverance! We will see it happen! Join us!

‘Many think: Hungary was. I would like to believe: it will be.’
Count István Széchenyi – also known as ‘the greatest Hungarian’

Donát Ficsor, editor of the Hungarian Creation Magazin

 

1 Translated from ‘Mi az adu?’ by István Csukás, Hungarian children’s writer and poet

2 ‘Thoughts in the library’ by Mihály Vörösmarty, Hungarian poet, translated by Hart, H.H.
https://www.babelmatrix.org/works/hu/V%C3%B6r%C3%B6smarty_Mih%C3%A1ly-1800/Gondolatok_a_k%C3%B6nyvt%C3%A1rban/en/2126-Thoughts_in_the_library

3 Canaan is the promised land of everything good, nice and perfect. See the well-known Hungarian poem of Sándor Petőfi with ‘Canaan’ referred to: The poets of the nineteenth century https://www.babelmatrix.org/works/hu/Pet%C5%91fi_S%C3%A1ndor-1823/A_XIX._sz%C3%A1zad_k%C3%B6lt%C5%91i/en/2073-THE_POETS_OF_THE_NINETEENTH_CENTURY

Translated by Barbara Sujánszky
Proofread by Lilla Király

This article is from the Hungarian
Creation Magazin 2020

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