Let’s talk about work.

Everybody has to do some job to get through life, earn money, buy food, have a roof overhead, and cover other basic things. However, there’s always been a tendency in our society to judge people based upon the way they earn their living. Let’s talk about exactly that.

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The thin line between integration and imitation.

A couple of words on the topic that was in my mind for quite a while. Don’t worry, even though the title looks like a bachelor, it is not a scientific paper.

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Rainbows, cats & hikes.

Today’s a mixture of photos from last week, and therefore a mixture of thoughts. Welcome back (after long break).

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Nature – a poem.

The evenings after work are usually very unproductive – but sometimes they turn into a proper art spectacle: here’s both my artworks and my poem.

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Little bit elsewhere – a poem.

Polish original (mine of course) and then translated into English.

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Rainy days and what more.

I’ve been very quiet lately and it’s been raining (a lot) lately. Let’s catch up.

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Differences between Norway and Poland.

I’ve wanted to write this for a long time, but since this is quite a large topic and needs a lot of time, I kept putting it on the side for later. Here it is.

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Couple of February thoughts.

With the snow melting, birds singing and sun shining, the hope is rising. Hope for the better days, for the world to change back to the ‘old times’. February was an odd month.

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Faraway – a poem.

I never know what to write in those intros for poems. You like poems: you’re welcome to check what I created. You don’t like poems: you’re welcome to my other creations. Enjoy!

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