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Hope

Summer is all about sunny weather, the sea, sweet cherries, and watermelons. At least, for me, a girl from Mariupol strolling with a shopping bag to Stryiskyi market in Lviv.

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From Vinnytsia to Capri

If you have been following the recent chronicles of the Russian terrorist attacks on peaceful Ukrainian civilians, you surely have heard of Vinnytsia.

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The Replaced Cultures

I used to have a friend in Poland who owned a small travel agency, offering original exotic (from the European point of view) trips to the East (of the EU), to Ukraine in particular.

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The Ukrainian Sacrifice and Cucumbers

Recently I have taken a habit of starting my morning by reading a random paragraph from the legendary book by Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Women Who Run With the Wolves, and reflecting on it during the day.

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Thoughts from Kyiv — afternoon March 9, 2022

This war must have a purpose. Perhaps I am being too mystical in my thinking, but history seems to show that changing the course of human development sometimes requires catastrophe.

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Thoughts from Kyiv — afternoon March 7, 2022

Today “peace talks” between Russian and Ukrainian delegations have started in the Bilovezhska Pushcha resort in Belarus — the same place the agreement to dismember the USSR was signed in December 1991.