Thoughts on strangers

So many strangers. Aren´t we all strangers in this world? Who do we know when we first set foot onto mother earth? Nobody. Protected and shielded in our mother’s womb. All protected. All alone. But– are we really all alone? No. Strangers, sitting in front of each other at a table. The café is packed, … Continue reading Thoughts on strangers

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Why reading is so important

When I was little, I loved to read. 3-year-old me would even sit in our living room with a book in her hands “reading” out loud while turning the pages. Well, I couldn´t read yet, but I already pretended to do so as I knew all my favorite stories by heart and knew exactly where … Continue reading Why reading is so important

“Colombia – more than drugs & cocaine!”

Interview with Eric from Colombia   Which country do you consider to be your country? That´s a difficult question, if you are asking for a specific country. Because I think the experiences I have in living abroad in another country are also part of my life. So for me it´s difficult to say I am … Continue reading “Colombia – more than drugs & cocaine!”

“All Turkish ride Camels?”

Interview with Sue from Istanbul, Turkey Which country do you consider to be your country? Can I choose countries all over the world? Sure! I don´t know – the world is so big. I have too many countries that I have never visited before. But from the one I have I would choose Costa Rica. … Continue reading “All Turkish ride Camels?”

“Poland is not Russia!”

Interview with Anita from Poland   Which country would you consider to be your country? I think that Spain is my country. I feel better in Spain than in Poland. Because of the people, because of the weather and the sun. I really love it. When I walk I love the smell of coffee in … Continue reading “Poland is not Russia!”

“What? You have a computer?”

Interview with a girl from Tunisia Which country do you consider to be your country? Actually, I can´t respond to that directly because I consider both, Tunisia and Turkey, to be my countries. I was born in Tunisia, but I lived in Turkey for two years and I know their culture very well. People would … Continue reading “What? You have a computer?”

“The Catalan Society is broken today”

Interview with a Spaniard Which country do you consider to be your country? Well, I was born in Spain, but I don´t like to say I´m from here and only from here. I think we are all part of the world. Our DNI is all the same. Of course, on our passports, there is a … Continue reading “The Catalan Society is broken today”