“In Denmark I was born, It’s there my home is, from there my roots, and there my world extend.”(H.C. Andersen)
The first years of childhood are crucial for our whole life. Without roots and security – which are the most important things, we must develop from our childhood, – we are eternal refugees.
We become incapable of giving ourselves and to receive from others. We place our history and tradition on the shelf.
A generation that does not know or deny its history and tradition, is just rootless and and will probably never take root anywhere.
We know our roots and we know who we are, and should be, only then, we are open to other people and we have a casual relationship with them.