Kindness Is the Key

I used to be ashamed of my kindness and compassion. How silly, right? I know. But in a world of opportunists and capitalists, how could be kindness and compassion seen as a virtue? For a long time, I saw it as a flaw, thinking – maybe if I wouldn’t be that kind to everyone, I would have got myself further. Now I know that the life without kindness is no life at all. And we, who are kind to others, to the living world around us and to ourselves, we must cherish this quality of ours as a golden treasure.

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Positive Diary #28 – Friends who came and friends who left

The journey of two friends can bifurcate, we meet new people, sometimes we simply live on a different kind of life and the friendship starts to shrink. From best friends to friends, from friends to acquaintances and from acquaintances to strangers we once used to know. Then what?

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Positive Diary #27 – The Leap of Faith

As we are returning from our daytrip to Krkonoše and I stare outside the window of our car, I cannot help myself but smiling.

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5 Reasons to Fall in Love with Spotify (or Other Music Platform)

When I realize how many great and talented musicians I have discovered throughout the last couple of years and how much joy these artists brought to my life, it would have been a terrible loss if I’d ever have to continue my life without it.

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That Old Song

I don’t know much about writing English poetry. But I went with the same recipe as when writing a Czech poem. I just felt it.

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Perfect Spots in Prague: Klánovický Les (Forest in Klánovice)

A walk in Klánovice can be exciting on its own, especially if you admire old houses and villas from the beginning of the 20th century. The forest is huge, and you can choose any direction you prefer for your walk.

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Positive Diary #25 – Meeting with friends

We have to appreciate and nurture every moment and every opportunity to see our loved ones which we get. Today, I am profoundly greateful for my friends and for being able to meet my all time favorite and oldest friend

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The Ireland Trip: Public Transport in Dublin

Everyone who has ever been to Prague has to remember our sweet integrated perfect system of public transportation. For me as a person who usually traveled abroad only by car to sea or with organized school trips it wasn’t always so clear. I heard the scary stories about public transport in the US or in Newcastle from my college buddies but despite that, I still used to take the way everything works here as granted. Well, not anymore after my trip to Dublin.

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The Ireland Trip: Staying in Airbnb in Dublin

We found a perfect match on the periphery of Dublin but still on the red tram line in a quarter called Drimnagh. It was supposed to be around 30 minutes by tram from the city center and that felt completely alright for us.

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The Ireland Trip: Remembering the First Time Flying

The trip with my friend Janča was special to me in advance for several reasons. First of all, I never flew on board of a plane.

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