If you are born with the gift to pursuade, chose you words carefully
The swedish election is withing a near future, which brings up alot of interesting discussions regarding our coutry's welfare, young work force, economics and develoopment of social equalities. I listened to our present prime minister, Fredrik Reinfeldt, this evening, whom I find as a very good politician. He was about to receive some of the greatest leader in the European Union into the Swedish idyll to discuss the future of Euroup. His name is also on the list on potential leder for the EU. Too bad he doesn't represent my choice of party.
But, it's not what you're saying but how you say it. People who know how to speak and  who knows in whay order to put the words right in order to make people listening to you, follow you and even to believe in what you say has this enormous power of making a change. But every person who is born with the benefit to persuade and divert people also has the enormous responsebility to do it in a right way, and not to make a use of it for their own profits.
According to Mr. Reinfeldt Europe stand for
- 7% of the worlds population
- 25% of the worlds expantion
- 50% (!!) of the worlds expences
And by seeing these numbers I believe that there is no doubt that if the people born with the power to put the right words right we would have a different world; a better world; a world striving towards equality...


After a wonderful and intense weekend and with less than 1 week till I'll be at home sweet home I couldn't be more than just HAPPY!! Yea, two theoretical exams and a practical exam left, but that just gonna be piece a pancake yaar:) Haha,..Yea, maybe not but... I keep telling me that so maybe that's gonna help a little bit at least..;)
This video was done by a bunch of happy students here, and it showes a lof of my hood, ManipaL:) And it kind of describe my feeling at the moment!!


Okey, so...the rain has started to fall over here, and It's just amazing... Really:) It's such a crazy weather these days! The rain is poring like we didn't have rain in decades in one minute. And in another minute there is no rain falling at all. Or, it's raining in on side of Manipal but not on the other side of Manipal. 
A perfect student friendly study weather indeed. 
Welcome Rainy weather, Stormy Weather, Cold weather, Humid Weather... or why not welcome everything at once;)
Two exams down,..four more to go...
And I'll be home in about a WEEK - wiiieee:)


Head ache
Yaar, my frontal lobe has been aching since yesterday morning and analgesics is not helping...
Two weeks to go before I start my journey back home. 
Four days to go before the finals are about to start.
May the force be with us...


Happy Independence day!
I proved my swedishness by almost forgetting the Swedish Independence Day yesterday (6/6). And like the other 9.5 million swedish people I didn't celebrate it in a particular way, sinse we don't know how to celebrate it.
And whaaaat is there to celebrate?! Yea, we learned that Kind Gustav Vasa came to the throne in 1523, and in 1809 we introduced a government reform that was there until 1973, and after that we got a Parliament. But we didn't introduced the Independence day until 1983, and it has been a holiday from 2005.
If I was home I would probably be working, cerving "Prinsess cake" to my dear old aged people and watch the celebration from Stockholm and Skansen on TV.
Instead I spent the evening with a wonderful hang out, dancing to Avicii and ended up with me throwing up in someones bathroom while my friend was holding my hair and splashed cold water in my face.
So, I guess I celebrated the Independence Day like most of the young generation of people back home did;)
Happy Swedish Independence Day, dudes and dudies!


I've never been in love, or am I falling in love all the time?!
One would think that the world "love" is an universal feeling, preserved, expressed and felt in every living creature on this planet. But there are also a million of interpretations to the world love as there are shades of the colour white according to the Eskimos.
When you say "I love you", do you mean the same love as I do? Is it ever possible for two people to express the same kind of love to one another?
Could there be different kind of love? I mean, the love we have towards our parents must be different compare to the love we have towards our partner, right?!
I would say that it is but love based on different things. I love my parents because,.they are my parents and the very important backbones in my life. I love my very near and dear friends because they understand and support me and make me happy. 
But then it comes to that love we have towards someone we see as a very good friend who we also feel attrackted to. The love towards a person who "makes you whole", makes you better, makes you stronger, makes you capable of doing things you never thought you were able to do..
One friend told me that he believe that love only come once in a life time. That there may be a number of people you love, but in the end there was only ONE person who whas that ultimate love in your life. And I have another friend who believe that love happens more than once.
And if both of them are true, how do we differentiate the love we have towards different people in our life?
Here I just wish I could just create a boring love- scale that would makes things soo much easier.
Ok, so I love you like in 8 out of 10 on the rating scale, and you say you love me 6 out of 10 on the rating scale which means that I love you more. So, um... yea, I love you but... I don't love you as you love me so,. maybe we should just...leave it..
"Love it just a word until someone comes around and gives it a meaning..", come and hit me with that meaning.