Calatorind prin Roma. Cinci zile in “Orasul eternitatii”.

​  O calatorie in Roma, o tabara de neuitat, o experienta minunata. In aceste 5 zile, am avut ocazia de a invata, de a vizita locuri nemaipomenite si de a cunoaste oameni extraordinari. 

  Roma este un oras care merita, cu siguranta, a fi vizitat. Este imposibil sa te plimbi pe strada si sa nu fii acaparat, la fiecare colt de strada, de o varietate de cladiri impunatoare, monumente istorice, biserici, verdeata…Tot ce poti face este sa privesti in jur, savurand fiecare bucatica a Romei, fara sa iti dai seama ce te uimeste mai mult: obicetivele turistice, oamenii?
Fontana di Trevi, Colosseum, Piazza Navona, Piazza Venezia, Piazza di Spagna, Vatican, Basilica Santa Maria Magiore, San Pietro, Pantheon…locuri de vis. Cine nu s-ar intoarce pentru inca o tura prin toate aceste origini?
   Pe langa plimbarile prin oras, in intervalul 30 noiembrie-2 decembrie, ni s-a oferit oportunitatea de a participa la Festivalul  “Eurobest”, ce consta in participarea unui numar larg de persoane, din toata Europa, cu scopul de a discuta, de a asculta diverse discursuri interactive si de a ramane cu o gama variata de informatii despre lumea creativitatii si tot ce implica aceasta; atat in viata de zi cu zi, cat si in anumite domenii profesionale.
Secunde, minute, ore; au fost momente esentiale, pline de inspiratie pentru fiecare dintre noi.

  “Toate drumurile duc la Roma”…nu-i asa?

We are all liars. That’s the truth.

​”People lie. Proof doesn’t”-Julia Izmalcowa

  Lies and lies and lies. We see and we meet people everywhere, everyday. However, can we know for sure who wants our good and who doesn’t?
  Julia’s Izmalcowa speech illustrated perfectly the idea of “lying”. It was really impressive how she caught people’s attention from the first couple of minutes, by suggesting a game which involved everybody’s contribution. We were told to stand up if we had had a relationship for more than 6 months and then we grouped into triangles, in order to look into each others eyes and guess which of us had been cheated or had cheated, so that we could recognise the ones who tried to hide the truth. In this way, we tested our ability to be aware of who lies around us.
  Another aspect that I liked about it, was the fact that she had created a simple presentation which pointed only the main, essential ideas developed by her during speaking.
  What we found out was the fact that, surprisingly, women lie more than men, as she said: “Women lie to protect. Men lie to build their status.”