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Is there anyone who does not like to receive letters from all over the world?

I certainly do!

There is so much we can learn from every person we meet, every place we visit, every foreign culture we discover and every story we live along our life journey. The more we travel, the more we learn, the more we experience, the more we live. By sharing our journey with others, we multiply their and our own experience. This is what I came here for.

There are many people out there sharing fantastic adventures through blogs or other means, sharing their life journeys by telling their stories. Often enough, they offer useful advice and encourage others to embark on similar journeys. They form and grow worldwide, virtual communities connected by ideas on lifestyle design, modern digital nomads’ lifestyle, location independence, self-realization and fulfillment of personal dreams and purpose. I enjoy reading many of these stories which have been and still are an inspiration to my life and complement my personal experience. But still, I chose a slightly different perspective for this blog. This is not about me. This is about what comes across my way.

I said at the beginning: There is so much we can learn from every person we meet, every place we visit, every foreign culture we discover and every story we live. I want to listen to their lessons and share them. I want to observe, and let you observe. Of course, as we all see the world through our own eyes and our own cultural filter, what I write already carries my cultural and personal fingerprint. But I will keep this as neutral as possible, and allow the stories to speak for themselves. They will be my letters from where I am at the moment – in Brazil.

I hope you enjoy them and as I said, I love to share other people’s stories and to receive letters from wherever, in whatever form you like to write them: as comments, emails or anything else. I look forward to hearing from you.

Let’s share a good journey.

Best wishes from Brazil

P.S.: The first version of this blog used to be in German.  It is called “Briefe aus Brasilian” and you can find it on http://briefeausbrasilien.wordpress.com/

Once again:

Best wishes from Brazil

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