The Monastery of Saint Anthony the Great, built in the 4th century, is 950 meters above sea level in the Qozhaya Valley of North Lebanon. In 1998, the monastery and the Qadisha Valley, of which the Qozhaya Valley is a branch, were recognized by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage site (1). According to Saint Athanasius the Great, Bishop of Alexandria, the devil fought Saint Anthony by afflicting him with boredom, laziness, and phantoms of women, but he overcame these attacks by prayer. He sequestered himself in a tomb, depending on local villagers who brought him food and water. After a second sequestering, he emerged with the help of villagers—healthy, serene, and enlightened (2).