Share your wisdom

We believe that every person has their own special wisdom to share with the world. Sometimes it might be hidden or maybe unrecognized by the ones around us, but it exists in the very nature of our ‘being.‘ It is wisdom that we should aspire to, and happiness that we should seek. Our dream is to reveal and make known the undiscovered wisdom that every person and every country has.

Through quotes, life values and principles, a country or a person gets to be known at a very deep level, perhaps the most pure one.
In this spirit we invite you to share a quote or pearl of wisdom here.

To your infinite wisdom and happiness!
Diana & Matthew

'The Thinker of Hamangia and his woman'

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2 Responses to Share your wisdom

  1. Mira Horton says:

    People are extraordinary human beings and our subconscious is full of resources ! It`s up to you to learn how to use it and if you know how to do it, your life will be full of happiness, abundance , love, career, money! Enjoy Life every day! Be grateful for what you are and what you have!
    Mira Horton(a movie star)

  2. John says:

    I have not been to Romania but my dear friend, Emma, is from Romania. She has a beiafutul life testimony that I wish I had space to share! One thing I admire about her is resolution of faith to maintain a positive outlook while in America enduring at least eight years without seeing her family in Romania (they could not even come to her wedding). I post her responses for her: Are you Romanian? Yes, I was born in Targu Mures in 1977.Have you ever lived in or visited Bucharest or elsewhere in Romania? I’ve lived in Targu Mures for almost 21 years. One of my most favorite places to visit is Podoleni, my grandfather’s village in Moldova, right over the Carpathians. Grandpa still wakes up in the morning when the rooster crows and spends most of his days in the garden or tending to his chickens and his goat. What do you think of when you think of Romania? I think of my parents and how much I miss them, I think of my mom’s cooking. See, it’s hard for me to explain to my mother that the food here tastes different even when I cook with the same ingredients. Romanian cheese is the best, especially cow cheese. You can find the best bread in the world there. I remember when we had missionaries visiting with us, they would have been content to just sit and eat bread with a nice cup of tea. You don’t need to toast it or put anything on it. [Amy’s insert: My kind of bread! When Emma and I were roommates, why didn’t I learn more about Romanian cooking??] What would you want to do if you were visiting Bucharest? I would go to a large supermarket and look for CEAI DE FRUCTE DE PADURE (dried wild flowers and wild herbs tea)Is there particular Romanian food one should not miss? Their cheese and bread Anything that’s home cooked, meaning anything that takes hours and hours of preparation in the kitchen usually tastes wonderful.What would you recommend as a gift to bring back? The merchants who are selling on the side of the road sell beiafutul sheep skins. They are soft and wonderful, we use them to keep warm, they also look beiafutul. (Watch out though, they shouldn’t charge you more than $20 per sheep skin)If you would want to haggle over prices, even in foreign country where you don’t speak their language, Romania is perfect place to do it God bless you and have a wonderful stay! Emma Diment

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