Thinking Glocal: Global perspective, Local action. It's been a while, probably 5 years to be more precise, that I have been wondering about this. I saw it in Australia, driving in the outback and only being able to find fast food chains. I saw it in India, through the increased suicide rate of farmers due … Continue reading Solving life’s problems in one concept
My sister once told me in the early summer of 2017 "What is happening to you? Since when are you reading books? You were the kind of guy that was not even able to read Geronimo Stilton!!" Yes, I definitely was. Until the age of 18, I only read because I was obliged to, literally … Continue reading Books
Excerpt of the conclusion from my internship summary document. [...] Basic human needs like water, food, education and sanitary facilities sure it is that are scarce and not easily available to everyone, but how representative it is to classify a country by an international Human Development Index? Or a per capita Gross Domestic Product? If … Continue reading Memories from Burkina Faso internship
How many times do we get asked this type of question in life, especially at the young age? I would probably say a thousand times, and there's nothing more irritating than this when you start thinking about it. Simply put: the society we are in right now has the need to categorize every single element into … Continue reading What do I want to be? Who do I want to be?