New World Order And Sadness

June 29, 2022
Summer is here! One of my favorite seasons. Since May is my birthday month, I turned 33. And as I grow older I see so much going on in out society. I don’t even know where to begin. I’m happy that the pandemic is under control and people are back at work and those who are traveling. And I hope it stays that way. But I am scared what future might
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What’s Next 2022?

February 21, 2922
Holidays came and went in the block of an eye. I can’t believe that February is nearly over. 2021 was a decent year and I can’t complain. 2022 is so far to a good start and I feel optimistic that it will be. Pandemic had changed so much that I can’t grasp my mind around it, at least somehow we are heading to normal. I am hoping and paying we will not
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Favorite things about Poland (Part 1)

September 30, 2021
I thought to switch things a little and write few things that really fascinate me about my home country of Poland. Poland has a long, interesting, yet turbulent history from invasions to communism. I don’t want to talk too much about politics in these types of articles, because I want to focus on the beauty of each country I am interested with.

And since Poland is where I was born, I am discovering unique things about my roots. Whether it was in school or through other people.

1.) History with Colonial America- Poland and America had diplomatic and economic relations since day one. Poland has a very significant history in America dating back to 1700’s. The biggest impact Poland made was during Revolutionary War for independence. Tadulusz Kosciuszko and Kazimierz Pulaski are praised heroes in Poland and America. In recent years Poland helped America with war on terror. Poland and America have very similar constitutions

2.) Kindness and hospitality- Poland is very kind to other people. Don’t let our coldness detour you, once you will get to know us, we can be friendly and spontaneous in gatherings, or at least the older generation. Younger individuals are a little more Yet we keep it to ourselves. Poland had been very welcoming to migrants, such as Tatars in which they had to escape religious procession.

3.) Hard work and dedication- Polish people know how to work hard. Many Polish people are driven to provide for themselves. During communism, with very low wages and limited work, everyone somehow pushed through these hard times. People who weren’t satisfied with finding work they moved abroad and adapted new life style keeping the mind set of hard work.

4.) Strong will- Poland is a very strong willed country. Oppression and bullying is not what we particularly liked but cherish times in what we endured to overcome these times. All throughout history Poland many neighbors that weren’t too kind. WWII and communism were very dark chapters. But no matter what the world threw at us we over came.

5.) Education- Poland has is on the same level of education as America, but we have quite many names in science and mathematics that everyone is very familiar with, Mikolaj Kopernik, (or by Nicholas Copernicus) who was famous astronomer who discovered that the earth spins around the sun. And Maria Sklodowska-Curie who discovered radioactive elements. Whether it is math, history and languages foreign languages.

Poland has a great history and people. Poland not only had dark times in history, but we influenced many people with our ethics and values. I will write few more interesting things about Poland in later articles.

In Order To Live - Book Review

August 21, 2021
I have already wrote few words about the book titled In Order To Live by Yeonmi Park. It is an autobiography on how she escaped North Korea. North Korea is country that can be described with something that is from a horror film. Politics a side, North Korea is a place where people are constantly watched by authorities, punished for minor offenses, if you said something wrong you either ended up in
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Favorite Things I Find Interesting About Korea (Part 1)

August 17, 2021
When I moved to America in one middle school I attended for about a year, there was a student in the ESL class who was Korean. We got aquatinted, one day I asked how he felt about Kim Jong-Il. I think I left him speechless. I don’t remember how I asked, but I left him speechless, but I vaguely remember him saying that he is a very bad man. When my mom told me that North Korea was communist
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The Most Touching Book

July 29, 2021
I don’t even know where to begin. I have written couple articles how Japan inspires me. This round I will do something else and different. Let me start off by saying that I love watching travel videos on YouTube of American expats who travel to Europe or Asia and explain how they like it, Read More…

Favorite Things About Japan (Part 5)

May 31, 2021
I have written about my favorite anime already, but this time I am taking a different path with this article. And probably will be the shortest os well. Every person both young and old loves cartoons. In Poland, and I think the rest of eastern Europe on the local
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How to be a good advocate

April 30, 2021
I will be turning 32 years old on May 18, I want to make few key points on how to be a good advocate for others. I had to stand up for myself… a lot. I lost count to be honest. As I got older and wiser, I was kind of gullible but now I can read people like a book. I don’t know how it began and what came over me. As I remember, throughout middle and high school I demanded to be challenged. It was a simple question but effective. This was some years ago. Depending on the situation, there are millions of ways on how to effectively speak to people. And I found myself in this environment, since I stood up for myself now it is my turn to do the same for others.

I work in a non-profit organization that helps people with disabilities. Organizations like where I work are the voice for many people who are weaker and who can’t stand up for themselves. I am participating in a workshop outside of that talks about how to advocate for others and fight the injustice in the functional society that effects everyone. But I will cut to the chase and I am going to list how you can help yourself and others:

1.) Social issues- Find something that you are really passionate about. My subject of choice is that everyone should have a stable employment.

2.) Research- Take a look where a job can be found. I have looked online and called places. I lost count where I called and applied to.

3.) Network- If you use social media, ask your friends if they know anyone who is hiring.

4.) Ask yourself- If there a right job for me? This is a question people ask when a searching for a job.

If you got a chance to read articles about Japan and technology you can say I have specific interests. But in theory I am into multiculturalism and linguist, even though I use simple language on my page.

Thomas The Tank Engine - Get’s Real

April 20, 2021
There is something I have realized about something about Thomas The Tank Engine over many years of watching the cartoon. Thomas is a British animated series that is beloved by many children all over the world. Even some adults watch the show. Let me Read More…

Christmas Gift For Myself

March 7, 2021
I have been operating my website since 2016. I have been using program called Sandvox by Karelia. I enjoyed it because it was simple to use. Sadly towards the end of 2020, I have found out that even though website is still active, the customer service for Sandvox is not. Therefore I was Read More…

Tough Times

March 6, 2021
Another year another chapter. On December 2019, I have written an ambitious article that 2020 will be a good year… sadly it wasn't. Most of the time I was at home. Silent. Last March I have written an article about advancements in medicine
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One Crazy Year

November 26, 2020
I was thinking that the year will be great, but it was not. Sadness and stress. The corona virus pandemic is impacting communities worldwide. Most of the year I was stuck at home and pretty much silent. I have not updated this section in almost a Read More…

Advancements In Medine

March 30, 2020
I haven't made an entry in article section in a long time. As we rang 2020 with fanfare and pretty much everything was either uneventful to totally crazy. And we are not even halfway through. With an outbreak of Covid-19 or Corona Virus that Read More…

New Chapters Are Being Written

December 2, 2019
As we are nearing the end of the year, I just want to reflect how 2019 was so good to me. It's still a long way to 2020 but let's throw the ball early. I have not been updating my blog for about a year and I have tons to tell what has been going on for Read More…

Good Bye, 2018

January 22, 2019
I'm not grandpa and I am not that old… yet. This year I will be 30 years old. I don't want to age but I want to say instead, 30 years of experience. But everything that I owned and still have feels already vintage. I am going to miss the simpler times
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Rap Music

December 8, 2018
As the the 2018 is drawing to a close, there was one thing I loved over many years. I got hooked on rap music when I moved to America. I was listening to my walkman on the way to school and I had the station set on 93.7, the local here in Connecticut Read More…

Virtual World Of Games

November 23, 2018
This is a review of the awesome gaming system, EVER! I have a first generation Xbox that I go for my 15th birthday in 2004 and couple of games. My favorite titles are Simpsons hit And Run, Midnight Club 3 DUB Edition Remix, Grand Theft Auto
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Millenials, Stop Hating!

November 9. 2018
Millennials are getting on my nerves recently. I don't know how I can describe it... I was born 1989 and that makes me a millennial. I transitioned to adulthood ever since I graduated high school and my vocation program. I know how hard it is to find Read More…

Art Museums

October 5,2018
You might be thinking a picture of a building. So what! I love museums… I love art. I really can't rally say what would be my favorite piece but I like especially modern and paintings. I don't know if I could  pick favorite 
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My Favorite Art

October 5, 2018
What is your favorite art piece? Who is your favorite artist? The answer may vary. Art has been with us for hundred thousands os years. Art comes in many forms. When I visit art museums, it makes me happy and sucks me in and captures my Read More…