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Orice actiune a ta ajunge imediat pe Internet, iar toate gandurile tale, pozele pe care vrei sa le arati, evenimentele pe care vrei sa le anunti vor fi vazute imediat de cei direct interesati, cei care iti sunt mereu aproape.
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Daca ne aratati ca va plac noile pagini ale localitatilor din Romania, vom avea grija sa nu va lipseasca nimic din ceea ce va poate oferi Internetul.
Hi Mitchell,Really intersting post about the htsoitalipy in different country. It is true that in Asia you can experience some crazy things on htsoitalipy : I just remember my friend Krishna from Nepal who's a farmer and has very little money : one day, we went together to pokhara from his mountain village, and after 20min ride in the bus, I realized that he had paid my bus ticket. It was just impossible to pay him back.Here is my idea about the difference between asia and europe :In Asia, there is little, I mean very little acces to money especially in remote places where your Royal Enfield decide to stop. No acces to money mean that you don't have money, and that you can't spend it anyway cause there is almost nothing to buy. That also mean that a man or a familly can't live alone. People need to work a lot together in the fields as they don't have big machinery and pretty much every thing is done by hand. I've notice that after 1 month and a half spent in some remote village in Nepal, shooting a subject on farming : The whole village sustainability is based on community, htsoitalipy, brotherhood.Now, as long as you get acces to money and market that's a another story. And that's the case of Europe and maybe it's more obvious in eastern europe as they had hard life before and now getting acces to money (you might know it better than me).Money lead to independance : If you have acces to wathever market you can, you'll make some business, then you can afford to buy machines to harvest your crops, a car to move by your own, a welder to fix your 25 yo VW, a iPhone to be cool And then you realise that money leads to individualism and that's how people loose the sense of htsoitalipy, community, brotherhood And to go a little further in my idea, I'd say that once you get into this all for cash system, once your ressources are only based on money, that's how some people get really selfish.I don't know if you feel the same as me mitchell, but this is how I understand this issue after a some thinking and observationsEnjoy your last days I
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