My Experience with Refugees

In most German villages and suburbs, we have houses where refugees live. In 2015, one million refugees came to Germany and in 2016, seven hundred and fifty thousand arrived here (1). I had not been in contact with any refugees before and didn’t know many other people who were, except one colleague at work, who shared with me that she supports a family to go to process their residency applications with the authorities and to go to the doctors. Continue reading “My Experience with Refugees”

True ‘Intelligence’ – ‘Giving up’ and Reclaiming

I always found schooling, be it writing, speaking, singing, (or any form of expressing that was asked of me in this context), to be super squashing.

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