The weather in Munich right now is very gloomy and rainy, so I thought that a more thoughtful blog post wouldn’t be out of place. I think that, especially on days like this (and when you’ve got nothing to do), people tend to sit down and think about god and the world, and so am I. I have been ambitious my whole life, always thinking that I can surpass everyone as long as I put much effort into it. But at a certain point in my life I lost that ambition. It was a though time for me which I certainly don’t want to get back to anymore. What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, right? In every stage of your life you are confronted with unpleasant events which you can easily go without. But that is how life is supposed to be, isn’t it? You fall and you get up again.

When life knocks you down, try to land on your back. Because if you can look up, you can get up. Let your reason get you back up.

What I want to say with this post is that many people do not discover their real dreams yet, and are living a life that they are expected to live. I never wanted to work in any fields that involves arts, i.e. designer, musician, and similar. Back in high school I have chosen music as one of my advanced courses, which included piano assignments. Until then I loved playing the piano, but as soon as I entered those advanced courses, I have been overwhelmed with piano assignments which I personally didn’t like at all. I hated my course. I disliked those assignments and I didn’t like my course classmates as well. After graduation, I didn’t do anything related to arts until now, probably because I was too occupied with university and being lazy. But now, even if I neglected arts and music for the last few years, I feel like I want to get back there. I like the beautiful things in life, be it nature, landscapes, people or food. Just staring at those beautiful things makes me unknowingly happy. That is why I want to expand my knowledge and skills to show you beautiful things that I discovered.