Gran Canaria


Mind that I wrote this article back in 2018! I never continued writing it and to be honest, I don’t remember what I wanted to write further. Nevertheless, I am reminiscing about pre-University times.

So far, this is one of the best vacations I’ve ever had and I am so blessed to have met this beautiful island!

This trip was a gift from my parents for my high school graduation. We stayed in the Riu Palace Hotel in Meloneras, Maspalomas. The interior of the hotel is incredibly stunning and it took my breath away. There are four swimming pools, one an infinity pool and the other an inside whirlpool. There were as well many restaurants and bars which belonged to the hotel.  These are the pictures I took:

Dear society,

Some Writings


Dear society,

there is a sad truth:
You can do and make whatever you want depending on your own interests and goals. You can post on social media, presenting yourself as being your own version of yourself. You can wear clothes which you find pretty and comfortable, wanting to show others your style. You can write essays about subjects which you are deeply interested in and want to talk about. You can do researches about these subjects because you are deeply sure you have a passion in them. You can do and make whatever you want depending on your own interests and goals but still get compared to others who have done those same things before you. Even if it is not even true, even if you are only focused on yourself, people will throw negative things at you for allegedly copying others. Not everyone will like what you do. Not everyone will believe you, even if you defend yourself out loud.

In a world, where stereotyped thinking is common, it is easy for people to put you in boxes with others or claiming you to be a copy of someone else. This seems inevitable to me.

It is either the loss of one’s individuality due to the pursuit of fitting in. Or the loss of reputation of being individual because there are people who put you in the same box as others. Maybe, the loss of individuality because of paying attention to negative energy of other people in the consequence of losing oneself.

Everyone is born being extraordinary and individual. No one must label anyone badly for something they are not. No one has the right to tell them they are not individual.

I wish that someday, you will change. I wish that someday, you will be able to view things from different perspectives. I wish that you will realize there are many people on their way to find themselves and present themselves because they do not want to be known for being another version of someone else but as the one and only version of themselves.

Over the letter i put two photos of myself. Many people have shot photos like these. Many girls have posted them on social media. But why would I care? Every one can decide what to post. Everyone should be able post without getting allegations of being a copy of someone else.

I hope, dear society, you will as well realize that not every similar thing a person does is a copy of someone else.

I hope, dear society, you will realize that every one in this world is an individual.

someone who you have often put in boxes she did not belong to

Some time in Vienna


A few weeks ago, I participated in a test which will decide about my acceptance at the University of Vienna. As i wrote in my first article, I have always wanted to become a doctor. Just after my final exams in high school were over, I was studying for the application test for the next 6 weeks, when I thought that the study phase was over. But as they say, nothing’s for free!

The day before the test, I decided to quit studying and took the metro to the Karlsplatz which is near the inner city.

The hotel in which I stayed is located near the Prater, Vienna’s amusement park. This is were I spent my last day!

Vienna is such a beautiful city! I really hope that I passed the test and be accepted at the university. It would be wonderful to live here.



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