In Budapest, at the entrance to a huge, beautiful Basilica Sv.Shtefana I saw a Russian tourist in the middle-aged who devoutly crossed herself before to log in. I asked her (really just like that, without any ulterior motive):
- This Roman Catholic cathedral?
(After all, he could have been a Lutheran). She apparently decided that in my question contained a rebuke over its sign of the cross in front of the temple of a strange confession, some condescending and moralistic answered me with a challenge:
- My grandmother always told me that there is one God!
Shame, I hastened to retire ... Until now, I was under the impression: that's how our people reach the Mosaic commandment ...
Already leaving the church, I heard them as she explains companions:
- I'm not a believer myself, but you know that something is there ...
And then a long and earnestly lectured them:
- Be sure to wear a scarf. No, no, this is a must. And that will not be allowed!
Translated by Google Translate API. Read original full text in Russian.