Insights after italki lessons.
I was growing up among people who complain all the time about almost everything. It's popular in my country that society would like something more, better or different than it has. The plethora of poles believe that in other countries everything is better, I've also thought similarly and I've chosen only positive facts about other cultures, tax systems, reality and so on. During my adventure with "italki", I met many people from different countries from all over the world. They shared with me their point of view on life, economy and other conditions of living in a particular country. Now I see that Poland isn't a bad place to live, maybe we don't have 300 sunny days a year, low taxes and a lack of winters, but we live in a safe country, where you can stroll with mobile in your hand and it's not dangerous. The cloths are relatively cheap, shops offer low processed meet, the petrol stations are available without limits. If you are smart and diligent you can study for free at any university you won't. If you have a job you should receive health care, which is usually far from your expectations, but it still exists. What is more, it's crucial in a critical situation, such as when you require serious surgery.
To sum up, Poland is a country of many possibilities for everyone and a nice, safe place to live.
And how is your country? Do you appreciate life there?
Share with me what do you appreciate the most?