Some random thoughts from “Africa”. Now that I live in “Europe”, I’m allowing myself making some previously-stupid generalisations. Both ways.
So this is a collection of random wonderings from the past week.
- Why do people in Africa smile and laugh so much?
- Why is alcohol such a huge issue in Finland?
- Why do we take tax evasion of big corporations as a fact-of-life?
- Why there are so many rules in Finland despite everybody hating it?
- Why aren’t we solving the big problems of Africa just making them (Africans) like us (Westerners) by giving them all Ritalin?
- Why are Finnish people so dead serious?
- Why is food so good in Cape Town?
- Why having stuff makes some happy and others not?
- Why eating healthy is so difficult even if it makes you feel so good?
- Why is democracy not really working anywhere anymore?
Featured image above has nothing to do with the whys above. It’s an image illustrating (to me) how far apart the two worlds of mine are from each other. Me climbing up a mountain early in the morning.
Image below is taken from one of my favourite spots in Cape Town.