One thing that really fascinates me about this country, is that it seems that people have no limits when it comes to imagination, and the question about whether it is possible to make use of something does not seem to exist. I get so amazed every time I realize that a road with big holes is not broken, that it is possible to make a living out of everything you get hold of as long as you have a place to sell it, or that a house can be made of the most intriguing items. My limited way of thinking is confronted; and I do not think I am the only person who tends to think that if people do not have the same materials, amount of money or the same possibilities of getting a job as we have in Norway, or the West in general, they automatically suffer.
Let us think the other way around: Perhaps we should learn from "less fortunate" people's creativity and ability to make the most out of what they have, and look for possibilities in places we so often easily see hindrances?
Kristoffer og Sine i Brasil
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