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Everyone has a "dream job" lying dormant in their hearts. Unfortunately, it's usually plagued by one negative thought: that it can't become a reality. But many people have turned their dreams into daily realities. How did they get there? What inspires them?
BERLIN -- Germany bears responsibility for Greece. But that has nothing to do with World War II.
I went to Greece almost every summer during my child and teenage years and, without fail, would visit various monasteries during my stays.
Katerina Mertikas is well-known for painting Canadian children enjoying the snow, playing hockey and skating or frolicking in the rain under their colorful umbrellas. So much so, that many of her paintings have adorned Unicef's Christmas cards for years.
I want to get on your good side and sweeten you. So I will start with a dessert. Let's make baklava.
In Greece, any meaningful change in debt terms needs to be part of a wider plan that deals with the underlying structural imbalances of the eurozone, just as a comprehensive plan was necessary for post-World War II European prosperity.
The eurozone's largest economy, Germany can essentially "make or break" the euro, especially now at this critical juncture of the crisis. Germany is the largest in the eurozone and that heft is putting it in the role as "rule-maker -- providing order and discipline."
The Greece-Europe marriage can and must be saved. A reasonable accommodation is quite possible because of the win-win vs. lose-lose potential. Not only would an unstable and weakened Greece be bad news for itself, it would also be very bad news for the entire European Union.
The ancient Greeks have much to teach us about life and how to live it in a conscious, joyous and peaceful way. Below are 10 philosophies I learned from the ancient Greeks that have provided me with the courage and strength to live my best authentic life.
It's time for the EU Member States to agree on a common supranational policy that will overcome national interests for the purpose of reducing the human cost of migrations while respecting Europe's commitment to the rights and freedoms of asylum-seekers.
You've heard it a lot in the last few months: Europe is cheaper than it's been in a long time. The time to go is now. But Europe is a big place. So where should you go to make the most of the strong dollar?
Why should hundreds of millions of innocent people in Europe -- and more particularly the Greek people who have been devastated by this policy so far -- be bearing alone the cost of the damage caused almost entirely by German intransigence and diktat?
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I would hope civilized people everywhere rise in support of Greece. This is, after all, the mother of science and civilization. Europe and America need to abandon their narrow dollar vision. Help Greece to recover. And, above all, tell the Turks to end their offensive behavior towards Greece.
Greece's Syriza party has put its foot down to demand an end to the troika's agenda, and now Spain's Podemos party has risen even more quickly than Syriza to join them. This is what democracy looks like -- even the rigid, unaccountable structure of the eurozone will not be able to stop it from spreading.