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A Brief Point About Berlin’s History

The first time I visited Germany was in 2010. If I was asked before that what I thought of Berlin, my opinion would have differed a lot from today’s answer. Of course, Berlin has changed, but what has changed the most, is my knowledge and experience. My brief point that I discovered now during my […]

#METOO

#METOO. You could not miss this hashtag past week. It has been all over social media, and for a reason. I was one of the first ones to add it from my personal circles. It was scary at first. I caught myself wondering.. what will people think? Will people imagine me as a weak person, […]

Creating Our Earth – From sadness to respectful world of tomorrow

The past week has been very tough mentally for me, as it’s been for the most of the world. Beirut, Paris, Bamako, Syria, Iraq… The list continues. ‘Why’ and ‘what next’ seem to be the questions in the air. In the western media, Paris was shown largely and Beirut seemed to be forgotten at the […]

Stereotypes

As I mentioned in the end of my previous post, I am currently on a little holiday in my home country Finland. The travelling from Germany took quite a while, but gladly I had some surprising and nice turns on the way. In the plane, I met a Scottish man that had such interesting stories […]

Limit for racism?

Today, the 21st of March, on the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, is a good day to think of our actions as human beings, regardless of any country or culture. Most of us think we are discrete and tolerant towards other people by the believes we were thought to, but we also […]