The World Beyond All Odds. TWAU 2017

ISBN: 978-606-28-0644-6

DOI: 10.5682/9786062806446

Publisher year: 2017

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Publisher: Universitară

Author: Silvia Osman, Anamaria Pavel

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Silvia Osman
Anamaria Pavel

Her Excellency, Mrs. Tamar Samash
You can be anything you choose to be/ 7
Silvia Osman
Deschidem ochi spre lume cand privim spre noi/ 11
Anamaria Pavel
Launching new worlds/ 15
SNSPA Alumni/ 19
Eva Belu
The world around me without gender barriers/ 21
Bogdan Bucur
When the past becomes present/ 25
Alexandra Dobre
Being Different in the World Around Us/ 31
SNSPA Students/ 37
Ion Moise Badulescu
I want, so I can!/ 40
Lina Teodora Betina
In the Middle of the World/ 44
Love Beyond All Odds/45
Believe/ 46
Andreea Cristina Bumbac
The Historic Buildings of TWAU /50
Rebeca Bungau
We Rise by Lifting Others / 54
Alexandra Busi
Hiding Places/ 56
The World Beyond / 57
Teofana Cepoi
The Long and Knotty Road of Truly Seeing Beauty / 60
Dreams and Walls: Pragmatic Idealist / 61
Why the vulnerable “I” must meet the judgmental “World”/ 62
Andreea-Madalina Cismaru
Europeans in TWAU/ 66
Madalina-Adriana Covaciu
Beyond All Walls/ 70
Once in a Lifetime/ 71
Larisa-Ancuta Cretu
My Music, My World, My Life/ 74
Victor Danis
A Word Within My World/ 76
Such a beautiful day / 78
Walking in the Footsteps of Giants / 79
Lavinia Andreea Diancof
Building the Future of TWAU/84
Now and Then. Past’s Reflection in the Present’s Mirror / 85
Daniel Dobre
The World Beyond All Odds/ 88
Are we living in a world without a future? /89
Oana Stefana Dodoiu
A Small-Town Girl in Bucharest /92
Another Kind of Future: Missing Technology/ 93
Gabriela Catalina Enache
The Perfect Imperfections of Our World /96
Andreea Miruna Gheorghe
The Reality of Dreaming /100
Andreea-Paula Hutanu
The Urban Walls of Our World/ 104
Nicoleta Madalina Istrate
Painting Our World/ 108
Perceiving Our World/ 109
Mihnea-Mihai Matache
The Forever-Working Man / 112
Diana-Maria Melinte
Postponing a Dream /114
Livia-Ioana Melinte
Fears and Worries - What is real and what is not in the TWAU? / 118
Alexandru Tudor Morar
A Wall Too High/ 122
Surrounded, Yet Alone/ 123
The World Beyond the Margins of One’s Self/ 126
The Future of the World Around Us the Light of Fires Yet Unlit/ 128
Cosmin Daniel Neacsu
Europe – the Old Continent, Our World / 132
Elena Teodora Ombas
Guardians of Souls/ 136
Vasile Onica
The Two Wolves/ 140
Florina Cosmina Pascu
The Lights Beyond All Odds/ 144
The Music of My World /145
I and the World / 147
Cristian Paun
The Root of Democracy/ 150
Maria Amira Hortensia Pavel
Monsters/ 154
Ariadna Petrescu
Social Landscapes/ 156
Geanina Lavinia Pirsan
One step at a time/160
Alexandru Bogdan Popa
Why vote for the World around us? / 164
Andreea Raducan
Love, Beyond All Odds/ 166
Nagi-Maria Sali
Inside My Mind/ 168
Elena Andrada Savu
Dreams and Goals/ 172
Diana Serban
The Colors of My World/174
The World Beyond/ 175
Dana Valentina Stefan
Is having dreams a choice? /178
Ovidiu Stere
Older, yet active/ 182
Robert Alexandru Tanasa
All My Life Felt Like A Dream / 186
Dragos Toma
The Music of My World / 188
A Prospect for Future /189
Miruna Totmosoiu-Ivan
Rectangular Buildings and Foggy Souls / 192
Ghosts and Shadows/ 193
Maria Trifon
Divided we fall/ 196
Ema Ulici
Where I can fly/ 200
Elena Claudia Vaduva
Letting my essence being polished by seasons/ 202
Eduard-Laurentiu Vasile
The Beauty of Earth/ 206
Madalina-Andreea Vulpe
The world beyond my mind/ 210
Ovidiu Teleanu
The Colors of my Life/ 214
Dhimitraq Xhaeka
I Want You to Save the World/ 216
Andreea Zisu
Never let go of your dreams / 220

 

At the edge of an oasis sat a wise old man, meditating and counting the passage of time. Towards noon, when the heat was more scorching, a thirsty traveler arrived there, who, after drinking heavily from the vessel of water offered by the old man, asked him, between sips: “Old man, tell me, how are the people of this oasis? Are they good or bad people? Let me know if I stay here or move on. " the sage bowed his head to one side, blinking often, and after reflecting for a moment, asked him in turn, "But the people of the lands where your lordship comes from, how are they?"
The man's answer is not delayed at all. The traveler said in a soul “Oh, you have no idea what I had to face and how many evils I faced from them, that's why I took the road to the desert! Clothes and worse than there, they were not mentioned anywhere! That's why I decided to look for a place in the world where I could sit, where I could be calm. Tell me what to do? Do you think it's good to stay here or move on? ” Without hesitation, the old man advised him to go his own way, because the oasis was not the place he wanted.
Thus, the traveler turned his back on the oasis and the wise old man and set off under the scorching heat of the day. After a while, another traveler took refuge in the shade of the palm tree where his old man lived. After saying goodbye to him and getting tired of the fresh water offered by the sage, the man asked, like the traveler before him, what kind of people lived in the oasis, to know if he could stay there safely overnight. "Where do you come from, traveler, how are people, if you ask me that?", The old man examined the wanderer, before giving him an answer. "God's bread," said the man, "if it weren't for the business that always calls me on the road, I would never leave. They are such good, warm, sincere and hospitable people as you have never seen anywhere else in this world! ” Glad at what he heard, the sage said to him: “Welcome, strangers. The people here are like you, full of humanity. Knock on any door and you will be properly received by a distinguished guest. " The traveler thanked him for his advice and set off on his way to the inn, delighted that the sunset did not catch him alone, on the desert road.
In the shade of the bushes behind the old man's place, a man had taken refuge from the sun and the heat of the day, who, amazed at the contradictory answers given by the sage to the two travelers, came out of the makeshift bed he had made and confronted him. apostrophe him with a knot. "When did you lie, shameless old man, when you told the oasis dwellers that they were evil, the first traveler, or when you told the second that they were good people?"
At the edge of an oasis sat a wise old man, meditating and counting the passage of time. Towards noon, when the heat was more scorching, a thirsty traveler arrived there, who, after drinking heavily from the vessel of water offered by the old man, asked him, between sips: “Old man, tell me, how are the people of this oasis? Are they good or bad people? Let me know if I stay here or move on. " the sage bowed his head to one side, blinking often, and after reflecting for a moment, asked him in turn, "But the people of the lands where your lordship comes from, how are they?"
The man's answer is not delayed at all. The traveler said in a soul “Oh, you have no idea what I had to face and how many evils I faced from them, that's why I took the road to the desert! Clothes and worse than there, they were not mentioned anywhere! That's why I decided to look for a place in the world where I could sit, where I could be calm. Tell me what to do? Do you think it's good to stay here or move on? ” Without hesitation, the old man advised him to go his own way, because the oasis was not the place he wanted.
Thus, the traveler turned his back on the oasis and the wise old man and set off under the scorching heat of the day. After a while, another traveler took refuge in the shade of the palm tree where his old man lived. After saying goodbye to him and getting tired of the fresh water offered by the sage, the man asked, like the traveler before him, what kind of people lived in the oasis, to know if he could stay there safely overnight. "Where do you come from, traveler, how are people, if you ask me that?", The old man examined the wanderer, before giving him an answer. "God's bread," said the man, "if it weren't for the business that always calls me on the road, I would never leave. They are such good, warm, sincere and hospitable people as you have never seen anywhere else in this world! ” Glad at what he heard, the sage said to him: “Welcome, strangers. The people here are like you, full of humanity. Knock on any door and you will be properly received by a distinguished guest. " The traveler thanked him for his advice and set off on his way to the inn, delighted that the sunset did not catch him alone, on the desert road.
In the shade of the bushes behind the old man's place, a man had taken refuge from the sun and the heat of the day, who, amazed at the contradictory answers given by the sage to the two travelers, came out of the makeshift bed he had made and confronted him. apostrophe him with a knot. "When did you lie, shameless old man, when you told the oasis dwellers that they were evil, the first traveler, or when you told the second that they were good people?"


 

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