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I think it is “life-affirming” to once in a while do something completely different from what you typically do.
The more time I spend here in Armenia, the more I become sure that looks are deceptive. It never truly shows the reality of a person.
The scene is straight out of a fairytale- yet this was actually our office space for a morning session on RecrearMagnify Armenia
Meet the extravagant team we brought together for Recrear Magnify Armenia 2014!
Chinito proudly explained to me everything that, being lost in my daily hustle, I had never come close enough to see.
Young people with a strong commitment to the environment have one common denominator: they each have their own personal, as if customized, relationship to nature.
I was aware of the changes in Cuba, and what organizations need to do to survive. Yet, I could not imagine how much, in just three years, this space and its people could have transformed. I started asking myself a few questions: the first was how much things were really changing in Cuba, and if this type of mentality . . .
we won’t be just ranting about ‘young people and climate change in Cuba’. We are telling a story of Cuba. But still – this is a big deal. Because Cuba is different, is misunderstood, is polarized, is polarizing.
Cuba has survived many waves of cultural colonization. From American-inspired baseball and old Chevrolets, to the Soviet designed apartment complexes. These hallmark cultural pieces make up Cuba’s image to the world – but new waves are arriving every day.