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Written by Gjon Neçaj 15 Maj 2022
At the beginning of the 60s of the last century, Father Zef Pllumi served as a parish priest in the church of Nikajve, which is still remembered today by the inhabitants of that deep and economically backward area, but not bent on the weather. It was the sons of this province of Tropoja, the only ones in this northern region, who welcomed the communist system with the muzzle of a rifle. Meanwhile they were virtuous and aware of what they wanted to live life in that vast valley of the epic of the keshniks. Father Zef Pllumi, whom the author of this article also knew and confessed by him, was respected by all residents. Even some Muslim houses went to church every Sunday to confess to Father Zefi. It has remained as an oral tradition, even as an irreplaceable epistolary for them, a conversation of Father Zefi with a believer and the chairman of the village council. Here is the story about Father Zef Pllumi: At a wedding, in the conversation that was going on, where Father Zefi was also present, a believer tells him that he wants to confess, because he is old, and he does not know what it means to understand that death could come to him and he had not confessed before his brother Zef Pllumi. But immediately the chairman of the council, a fellow villager in his forties, intervenes and tells him that confession is not even manly. And immediately, Father Zefi, who was listening to the conversation, a little frowning, with frowning eyebrows, turns to the chairman of the council: Do not, Mhill, oh God forgive what you said, because he is talking like a mustard… Where did you get Mhill? emnin? Meanwhile he was flushed in meit face and did not speak. So you Mhill got your name from St. Mhill, and if St. Mhill did not exist, i paçim fell into the hands, you would not exist either, that would not be called Mhill. Well, every name has a origin and every origin has a story and every story has a past that you and future generations must learn, because after 100 years this derzhava is forgotten because no one knows the end of this earth… Lum he who lives with his soul, closed the conversation Father Zef Pllumi one autumn day in the early 60s of the last century. Yes, many readers of the newspaper Sot, will rightly ask that this episode that we mentioned above has anything to do with writing. In these elections, Albanians demonstrated a high political culture and a great desire for democracy. We used to go to the queue to get a plane ticket, to go to the customs of a European country, to buy bread and food, books and children's notebooks, to legalize various documents in state institutions, but it had rarely happened that we stood in line for hours to vote, and even the elderly stood in line leaning on the cane. I have heard many, many times, in the capacity of an international observer, how many times young people said that we would stay until the morning if there was a need, in line to vote, that this vote is our future. Therefore, many times during these post-election months, I have been reminded of the golden saying of Father Zef Pllumi "blessed is he who lives with his soul". in line to vote, that this vote is our future. Therefore, many times during these post-election months, I have been reminded of the golden saying of Father Zef Pllumi "blessed is he who lives with his soul". in line to vote, that this vote is our future. Therefore, many times during these post-election months, I have been reminded of the golden saying of Father Zef Pllumi "blessed is he who lives with his soul".