Today I attended the Celebration of the International Day of Jerusalem in Sofia which featured talks by the Palestinian and Iranian Embassadors in Bulgaria and other high profile individuals related to the politics of the Middle East. The talks all revolved aroun the current situation in Gaza and on the West Bank, so at the … Continue reading No “Occupied Palestinian Territories”
(First day back home after 2 months in Palestine) I don't know if it's because I was in the Middle East for the past two months, so my perception is distorted, but I saw disproportionally many people hugging and kissing or both in Sofia today. Needless to say, I'm very hopefull about the future of … Continue reading Sofia today
“Inspire Bulgaria” aims to provide Bulgarian High School students with micro-funds, mentorship and leadership training to help them implement low-cost social engagement projects in their respective communities. Participation in the program will empower young people to effectively plan and implement their ideas using different leadership and project management approaches. Participation in all phases of the … Continue reading Inspire Bulgaria Promo Video: What Inspires you?
Something I found within my collection of letters which I once again need to practice: What I have personally found is that The secret of living is giving. You are very close to this already, I believe. Yet, I suspect there is a big chance that you might miss something that is not so easy … Continue reading Little daily insight #2
The Ancient Greeks believed that being enthusiastic is being possessed by a divine power or by the presence of God, himself. Such a person can do just as much as he can think of, for he acts out of love and desire to create and his every word and every action falls into place and … Continue reading Coming out (Interview)
A month ago I decided I needed to lose some weight gained by eating lots of pasta and cheap food during my travels. The first thing I could hink of which I had already tried once was ZUMBA- the greatest way for me to lose a few kilos, tighten up my muscles and have lots … Continue reading Zumba: be sexy, fit and fun!
This interview was first published in Mladiinfo's Artcle zone! Interview done by Emilija Georgievska Magi Nazer is a 19-year-old girl from Bulgaria with an amazing background in the NGO sector. In fact, I am pretty sure that you would never expect for such a young person to have been to Thailand and Bali. Well, this … Continue reading Interview (with) me!
''I have this theory that if one person can go out of their way to show compassion, then it will start a chain reaction of the same. People will never know how far a little kindness can go.''
I was thinking about acceptance and being in peace with yourself and with the others and then I reminded myself of a situation which took place during my stay in Bali after the Global Youth Forum. I was couchsurfing with some people and we always stayed late in the night and then hoped to get … Continue reading Mindfulness is the fruit of a loving spirit