I feel it has been years since I was living here with the youth all over the world, who became my Erasmus Greece family (as we called each other).
What have I learned?
I learned how to be selfless.
I learned how to show my love more.
I learned how to solve the problems.
I gained so much knowledge, skills and feelings that I could write the list and lay here on the couch for hours on the last morning on the couch.
I am more or less packed to my luggage, thanks the minimalist lifestyle, which I know makes smiles now on lot of faces, and yes I’ve been living in Finland for a year. And I have to admit this goodbye is harder than that one was.
I touched by the people here, in Serres so much, and all the appreciation that I could give it wouldn’t be enough to express myself!
Our project, the MediaArt is great, we could do great things!
We learned how to cooperate with each other as volunteers and also how to support the people from the refugee camp.
Thanks for it, I have improved so much, and my worldview has changed.
It showed me, sometimes our problems, that we call problems (like should I buy the 10th T-shirts to my wardrobe or not), they are not as big as we thought so.
To the end I would like to just say thanks, thanks for the moments, the smiles, the hugs, the support, and for everything.
See you around the world, to make it better, and to challenge ourselves in the future as well, because we are open minded people, and we can do whatever we imagine!
EVS volunteers flat, couch