Hi and welcome. My name is Cecilia and I am the one running this blog. 🙂
At the moment I stay in Scotland, but originate from Sweden, I do love to travel around the world, meet new people, learn new things, because after all we live on a planet that still have amazingly beautiful places..
About me pages are quite tricky to write, cause who am I… Really? WHY do I write this blog? What do I want? Why should YOU read this blog when there are millions of other blogs out there in space swirling around, just waiting for just YOU to discover them…
What you will find here will be mostly about
- Human Rights, Injustice, how I believe the world fail those who needs us.
- What is very close to my heart is Tibet. Tibet is much more than tons of beautiful photos of mountains, monastery’s and amazing scenery. Behind that façade there are human beings who live in a reality that is so so far from our sheltered lives. The Tibetan people who have been brutally occupied by China. Tortured, slaughtered, raped, going through forced sterilisations and abortions, Tibetan children discriminated at school and a whole people who are robbed of what was once theirs. Tibet. Tibet was free until China invaded 1949 and as a consequence millions of people died and fled. Among them H.H Dalai Lama. Today in Tibet there is a genocide going on. Slowly but surely the Chinese are erasing the Tibetan people, culture and language with full force. And that is why we are where we are today. Tibetans are burning. Setting themselves on fire. Feeling their own flesh melt from their bodies. It is hard to imagine the pain the suffer, how brave they actually are. Who dare to do this TO themselves, but not FOR themselves. They do it for the Tibetan people, to say they had enough, that Tibet MUST be free and Independent again, that Dalai Lama shall return to Tibet. That China must leave. NOW. We in the world must react and ACT.
- Animal Abuse. Bear bile farms, Fur farms, Dog eating festivals, Torture, Zoo’s, Circuses, Hunting, Dairy farms, Pig farms, Chicken farms and the list goes on where animals have short and brutal lives for the pleassure of humans.
Well. I could go on writing this forever so better stop right here and now. I DO hope you find something interesting and I wish you a huge welcome and hope I see you again 🙂 x
“There is a saying in Tibetan, ‘Tragedy should be utilized as a source of strength.’
No matter what sort of difficulties, how painful experience is, if we lose our hope, that’s our real disaster.”
― Dalai Lama XIV