I am a volunteer (at the moment this article was wrote), part of the European Voluntary Service (EVS). EVS is a huge thing, from the European Union, an Erasmus+ program bla bla. I am not going to advertise it, you can google it on your own. I am here to talk about my experience.
Every journey is an adventure and the journey itself is one very valuable experience. It teaches you things which otherwise you had no idea you can do, or not. I’ve made a list of the small and significant things I learnt in 1 month of traveling. One month traveling looks like this :
Saying “Goodbye” to summer is not an easy task, not for me at least. Although I was not born in the summer, it’s my favorite time of the year, taking into account I live in a four-season climate. The summer of 2015 was a summer I will always remember, like many of the summers before. […]
My 2 month volunteer project has come to an end last week. I’ve experience a lot, I’ve learned a lot, and I’ve improved myself. There are not enough words to describe this whole new experience … cultural, religious, social. It make you realize how small we are, how much we are influenced by our society, family and […]
If you’ve been living all your life among Christians, then you cannot know exactly what the Muslim lifestyle is until you see it with your own eyes and live in their society. It’s different! It’s not worse or better, but most of non-Muslim people will find it very different. And most of the time we […]