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  1. Emotional

    I am following an interesting series of history classes made public from Yale by Timothy Snyder and associates. The series is reaching the end and after watching the latest I am very emotional, thinking about my own history that actually is more mysterious than I grown up with. Something not …

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  2. Who am I

    It's always good to reflect about your person, your action and how it is to be a human. First of all, what we write, is not who we are in private. We should all learn to separate what we ideally think and who we are as a human. There is …

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  3. Ukraine

    This text is my own thoughts and I put it in the public domain, the text only wants to do good, it would be silly to claim publishing rights on such a text so please if you like the idea, improve on it and/or copy/link it as you …

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  4. Iran 2022

    I have got several Iranian friends and I want to write something about the recent protests. First of all, let's be fair. Western powers has not been kind historically to Iran and the hard Islamic ruling of the country would most likely not exist today if it hasn't been for …

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  5. An European way for Muslims?

    As an atheist, an ignorant person regarding the great religions, but someone that cares and sincerely want's the world to become better, that worries that in the future, people will destroy what good is, how the world is attacked by division, how I see patronizing is poisoning our world, how …

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  6. Democracy

    Sweden has an interesting story and is the country I know best as I live here. At the start of the war in Syria, Sweden open it's border for refugees and I got interested in the politics around it. It turned out that we had a similar but smaller event …

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  7. Mind the gap

    I am usually quite shy and doesn't make much fuss out there in what most call life which is typically Nordic introvert behavior. But I have a story I experienced while working in Tokyo for a month that opened my eye's in a new way. It turned out that I …

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  8. In the eye of a parent

    One of my strategies as a parent, when the kids are a bit older (teenagers), is to try encourage my kids to think for themselves, let them have solitude, avoid conflicts unless it is important and just guide them a little. Trust them to take the right decision, and be …

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  9. Master your mind

    I samhället och världen finns det sprickor, d.v.s. röken av en välmenad konspiration. Jag har set hur en hel del gått lite "bananas" (självupplevt så jag vet vad jag talar om) när deras världsbild krossas när sådant blir uppenbart för dem, känner sig lurade av t.ex. läkare …

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  10. About speech

    Normally I'm quite focused. And when so, struggle to speak and I need to really concentrate to find at least one word for what I want to say, usually I invent things or pick a bad one although I do not have a bad word ability. I have made about …

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  11. My Belief

    Well basically what I believe in is in humans. In a sense our nature is both good and bad. We tend to think in we and them and treat life as a football field. Maybe our nature to do that is calmed by the fact that you can go to …

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  12. Move Slowly

    As the gas prices has skyrocket here in Sweden I needed to take care of my driving habits. And one of the biggest contribution to this is a 300km journey I quite often take to visit friends and family. So what did I do. Well I now drive much much …

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  13. En av mina idoler

    Om ni undrar varför jag vet en del om Ing-Marie Wieselgren kan jag säga att som forskare och samhällsintresserad statistiker så kommer man i kontakt med många intressanta människor och områden. Jag följer medicinsk vetenskap i alla fall lite mer än de flesta. Jag har när jag doktorerade pratat en …

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