This photo from the archives of the Artsakh war depicts a priest with an AK assault rifle in his hands, ready at any moment to repulse the enemy that has encroached on his homeland.
Involuntarily, one recalls the words of the great son of the Armenian people Garegin Nzhdeh:
“The one who restrained his own fear and built the temple of victory in his soul before entering combat wins the war.
War is a clash of not brute mechanical forces but the spiritual capabilities of peoples.
Moreover, war is a battle of folk deities. Equipment and weapons are just a means. The spirit is the smith of war. A weapon is necessary, but only in brave hands.”