Viata mea e ca o noapte cu un cer cu o stea pe ici, pe colo, la fel de intunecata unde merg prin bezna dupa intuitie, unde stele sunt farime de fericire pe ici , pe colo, e ca o noapte care nu stiu cind se va termina.
O stea, o farima de fericire a fost training-ul din Georgia, unde pentru prima data intr-o lunga perioada de vreme am simtit ca contez, am intilnit oameni inteligenti, am avut sansa de a "calatori" in tarile lor de origine prin impartasirea experientelor lor. De fiecare data cind plec intr-o tara straina am oportunitatea de a incerca o multime de lucruri pentru prima oara si imi dau seama cit de tare sunt in urma europenilor, si totusi inainte cu un inch in fata marii majoritati de moldoveni.
It's annoying how Hollywood celebrities whine about damages to their multimillionaire properties while millions of people in Africa don't have a roof above their heads at all.
It's bugging me how they talk about eating water-melons in the middle of the night because they're pregnant while daily 2 500 african kids die from lack of clean watter and food, as some people said they choose between unclean and unhealthy water and dying from thirst, a tough position to be in.
I hate millionaires and billionaires as they literally suck all the money in the world into their accounts. For example, Carlos Slim Helu & family's net worth is 74 BILLION dollars.
This makes me think about those people who have an expiring date on their lives. I live in a poor country, and yet I have the chance to have a few meals a day and drink clean water (still, if I buy it bottled from stores). A few days ago I was having a conversation with a friend about whether there is or isn't God, and I said there isn't because if He exists then why a billion people don't have water for their basic needs ? Don't they pray to God or something everyday ?