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BELLSPIRATION CLUB - Michael Clark: I put a guitar in my hand and all of a sudden my confidence jumps up! (Part 3/4)

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1)  Hi Michael :) You made a YouTube channel a few months ago, right? How it all started? What content can we find there? Is it hard to edit the video and how much time you need for that? How does it feel to be a Youtuber? Yes, that is right! With lockdowns and everything else in this last year, I decided it might be a good idea to put my energy and focus into something creative. It’s also been hard to connect with people physically during these times, but when people watch my videos and just hear and see me talking to them, it makes me feel like we’re more connected. I have a mixture of content on there; I started off with several musical performances, and a book review video, and recently I have been focusing a lot on playing two of my favourite videogames while I just talk to the camera about myself, my week and my thoughts. These are very relaxed conversational videos, and even though I don’t have many people watching, it is a nice way to share a little bit of myself online. I have

Amazing young people are saying "I love you" in the languages from all around the world!

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The world "I love you" from all around the world Karimova Maftuna Uzbekistan  I love you: "Men sizlarni sevaman! " Steijn Muller The Netherlands I love you: “Ik houd van jou” Paraskevi Platanou Greece I love you: "Σε αγαπώ" (Se agapó) Sven Curiš Croatia I love you: "Volim te!" Maylton Fernandes Brazil I love you: "Eu te amo!" Belma Skopljaković Bosnia and Herzegovina I love you: "Volim te!" Filip Taskovski Republic of Macedonia I love you: "Ве сакам" Manuel Lavoriero Italy I love you: "Ti amo!" Henrik Sandhaug Rostad Norway I love you: "Jeg elsker deg!" Bayron David Torres Cortecero Colombia I love you: "Yo te amo!" Xhorxhina Molla Albania I love you: "Të dua!" Konstantin Solarski North Macedonia I love you: "Te sakam" or "Те сакам" João Sá  Portugal I love you: "Amo-te!" Bénis-Joël Baraka Hazigamimana Burundi I love you: "Ndagukunda"  I

InSpiral: LEADERSHIP MASTERMIND 2021 - Participants' impressions from all over the world!

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Last month, dear friend of Bellspiration that is coming from Hungary - InSpiral - organized Leadership Mastermind. Here you can see and read the organizers' and some of the participants' impressions of this event. Get inspired and join the next InSpiral's Masterminds in near future. *** InSpiral is a Supportive Community where people come together to connect, share experiences, discover themselves, have fun, and grow. InSpiral is a Safe Place where you can express yourself authentically, learn and harness different skills, increase your self-awareness, and meet open-minded people from all over the world. Follow the page for future events, you are welcome, so stay tuned :) https://www.facebook.com/InSpiralClub *** Barbara Ludasz , Hungary:  It was a pleasure to organize and host our 2nd Leadership Mastermind at InSpiral. I have enjoyed the most getting to know this wonderful group of people with diverse backgrounds. Katherine Meneses, Venezuela:  I have participated in diff

BELLSPIRATION CLUB - Tania Gonzalez: It’s hard to describe California, but it’s definitely more than what we see in movies! (Part 2/4)

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1) Dear Tania, from the first hand, tell us more about California, life there and people? California is a melting pot. What does that mean? It’s a mixture of cultures, religions, languages, food, people and so much more. It’s hard to describe California, but it’s definitely more than what we see in movies. There are small towns, big cities, mountains, flat lands, green lands, dry lands, tall trees, grape vines, beaches and the list goes on! Visually, it can be beautiful or boring depending on where you live. The culture in California varies from North to South. I live right in the middle, The Central Valley. I can drive about 2.5 hrs to get to San Francisco, 4 hrs to Los Angeles, 2.5 hrs to Yosemite National Park or 3hrs to the nearest beach.  The city culture of California is very different from people living in small towns. I’m from a small town called Kerman and have family in the city of Los Angeles. We live in the same state but have different experiences and views of California.

BELLSPIRATION CLUB - Burak Gün: Having foreign friends is a way of learning more than you can find on a simple website or in a book! (Part 2/4)

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1)  I can feel a lot of love between the countries of Balkans and the rest of the globe, and the only way to overcome some issues is to make friendships between us. You are very good at communication, so what do you think about it, having friendships over borders? I think it is one of the best forms of discovering! Having foreign friends is actually a way of learning more than you can find on a simple website or in a book: you learn how your peers in different countries think, perceive things, live… This is indeed a perfect way of widening your perspective because basically, you challenge your norms and all the knowledge you earned in your country. Even if you don’t change at all at the end of the day, which is obviously possible and legit, this challenge teaches you something. Plus, in the future we, the youth, are going to build since we raise as friends and know each other way before becoming « notable » people, we may build our relations on trust and goodwill, and not on hat

BELLSPIRATION CLUB - Elida Korać: I believe that we, young people, have the power to build a way much better future! (Part 2/4)

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1) In the previous interview, you mentioned that you are involved in youth activism. How important is it for a young person’s development to volunteer and be actively involved in community development? Can you share with us how it all affected you and how it contributed to your personal development? I’ve started volunteering in High school, and soon after I actively involved myself in youth activism. For me, it is a kind of freedom - to do something, to change things, to improve, to give help. Through this type of social engagement, I also connected and met young people similar to me who also wanted to give a sort of contribution to their community. Our seemingly small efforts and small endeavour put together were truly important to someone. In those situations, it is easy to notice how much an individual, working with others, has the strength to make valuable and important changes. I always remember one of the most beautiful volunteer tasks I did,  maybe five or six years ago. It con