When the idea of moving to Cracow appeared in my head, I had mixed feelings, since I always thought that Cracow is overrated – it’s full of noisy tourists and residents who believe that they’re better than others, because they live, work or study in the FAMOUS Polish city. And what’s there, actually? The great Wafel with a small dragon who only pretends to breathe fire (there’s hardly any fire there) that didn’t impress me much…? Sukiennice (linen hall) that are simply a large market with high prices, because it’s based in the centre of the city…? The salt mine in Wieliczka (very close to the city), which I have visited only once in my not-that-short life (but in some reason want to come back to)…? The also famous smog that’s sometimes worse than in Beijing and might give you a headache? But well, people do live in there, they love living in Cracow and some would do much to be able to live there. Something’s wrong here then…
Life is About Sharing
Some people think that they cannot have any moments of weakness in life, that they must be strong all the time – they feel pressure from the outside, but quite often the pressure is self-implied and they’re not aware of it. This is exhausting…
It’s quite difficult to win with this, since you’re trying to satisfy others, but in reality they have never told you that they expect what you’re trying to give them. So it seems that you’re chasing your own imagination.
Wanna be heard
I want to be heard! for the first time in my life, I guess.
Human nature is really odd – and truly interesting!
Do you ever have the time to stop and look around you?… To look higher than your eye level, further than your comfort zone?… Not only to look, but to see and notice, observe!… See the beauty of the world – it’s there, but you just need to want to see it.. See the amazing colours of the sunset. See the random tiny bird hidden on the tree and the weird shadows presenting a different perspective of the familiar…