Friday, July 8, 2016

About being a Finn

Finns typically firstly always take care that they fit the Finnish climate, it's temperatures.
Secondly they almost always care for healthy natural ways of living that are good to live with in this climate and bring a pleasant feeling, health and high skills.
Thirdly they often take care that they and their deeds fit into parts of the Finnish society: "Live and let others live", rationally grounded moral and healthy common sense with a picture of the whole and civilized views and healthy spirit.
Fourthly Finns pay inside these frames attention to living a life according to their own feelings - while leaving room also for others according to the rule "Live and let others live".
Such is a quite good life!

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(Maybe my text is difficult to understand from a very different clomate. Even though it may make you warm, it is just an attitude,a way of living, not anything intentional in the text. You understand the text fully by paying attention to the thoughts in the text and to the feelings connected with those phenomena in life, in the world and in the wosicety, paying attention to what different values cause to the quality of life if followed widely and choosing so the wisest tactic, and paying attention also to social information and to the workings of the society and respecting moral.)

Thursday, July 7, 2016

Motivation for this blog

I have two motivations for this blog.

Firstly of Finnish skills especially the first few ones in this blog could be very valuable to also other countries and bring the world toward better for all. And not so laborous to learn.

"When a culture disappears
I wanted to send this idea to someone associated with indigenous peoples.
If no-one else than locals is able to follow a culture even if they
have lots of good will but a different cultural background, then that
culture is bound to disappear as globalization proceeds.
But if that culture's values and wisdom can be taught to people from
other cultures, preferably via literature, then that culture can gain
a wider influence and largely keep it's traditional values.
My attempt at protecting this way the culture of my homecountry
Finland in Europe: