Do I Have To Say It?

What are you good at? One thing you must understand about us Finns is that we are not good at anything. Or actually, we are good at various things, but actually admitting that would be horrible! That is probably because of our Lutheran upbringing, whereas we are told not to brag. Luckily, that atmosphere is…

Being Frank

Currently, we live in a world where the living costs keep changing from month to month, and usually, they don’t go lower. You must have noticed that as well as I have. And because of that I decided to ask for a higher salary than I was offered.

Segregation Or Inclusion

When I first started blogging, I decided that I wouldn’t want to segregate pieces of my life into multiple, different blogs. If there is one thing that my nursing studies taught me in multiple classes, it was that human is a psychologic-social-fysical combination that makes a whole human being. And because of that, everything that…

Update On Fear

Last year, prompted by something I saw on Facebook, I wrote about fear and hate. To better understand this “version 2.0” you should read that first.

Pro or anti?

In other words, do you stand with or are you against? This is a question that we face multiple times, and it can have long-lasting consequences. This was something that I started to ponder about when my wifey and I sat having our lunch at a cafe and got talking about HRH Catherine, the Princess…

New Age, New Ways?

Ever wonder when the world changed and you became stuck in your ways? And when was the first time you uttered the dreadful words: “It has always been done this way.”

Ramadan Guide For Non-Muslims

Salam alaykum! Which means peace be upon you, and is a traditional greeting for Muslims, but also common among the Arab Jews and Christians, and as my following few posts deal with my religion and the approaching month of Ramadan, I decided to greet you all properly. So, Ramadan, the Holy Month of Muslims is…

Darker Future

As you know by now, based on my previous post, I am a Trekkie, and I do hold dear the idea of inclusiveness in the future of mankind. But at the same time, there is bleakness that seeps into my mind.

…Where books are burned first…

I can not believe that year after year after year, I come back to a very haunting quote that I first learned when visiting Berlin back in the 2000s.

Fallen People? Really?

Recently, during the Christmas time I started to wonder about the story of Propher Isa (a.s.) as in Christianity Christmas is His birthday. But is everything as rosy and golden, lit with holy starlight that it is portrayed to be?