"What I am , I owe others"
... is a deliberate translation of one of the many pieces of wisdoms that my Sensei, a multiple European- & vice world champion of traditional Japanese Shotokan Karate has taught me from early childhood on. Internalizing this quote is inherently accompanied by an
attitude of gratitude. There is a reason why we are the only living organisms referred to as human beings. Our being is not defined by things that can be accumulated such as wealth or physical shape. We are the result of our experiences & our mindset which affect each other mutually
The following list is an Ode to YOU my new friend and open-minded global citizen with the purpose of appreciating your current contributions to the diversity of my expectations until our paths cross again in real life! ❤
Feel invited to COMMENT which reason you personally identify with most and / or remind me of our unique encounter to dwell on our memories together #nostalgia
- Independence: It’ll force you to be a problem solver using creativity and experience gained
- Language Learning by Immersion stays the best way to learn and dive into cultures*
- Compassion Encountering less fortunate & mistreated species (including humans)