1. WHY? Man has always been interested in the past. Perhaps this need arose from the desire to know whence we come from, what the point of the gift of life is and, finally, whither we will go. Searching for the truth of our being, wanting to recognize the path that we go along, we try to find answers to many questions. No matter how far we look back, we see that human interest in the past has always been in the service of our present and our future. What used to be someone’s present and future represents our past today. It used to be so, it is so and will continue to be so. Just as Ruysbroeck once said: “Knowledge of ourselves teaches us whence we come, where we are and whither we are going.” Uncertainty of the future instigates the desire to know it. This is why man uncovers events from the past and writes history reflected through the prism of the present. Comparing the images of the past to the images of the present, one can gain useful knowledge. Sharing experiences, opinions, ideas and knowledge of the past, based on truth, man creates culture and tradition, which are in the service of the future. We can only imagine how our present and future would look like if there were no memories and knowledge of the past. What level would our knowledge have reached if every generation had had to learn everything from scratch? Simply put, sharing intellectual and spiritual legacy and learning from others comes from the very essence and the need of human beings.