10 things that were incredibly inspiring for me in Russia, and in the whole world

I am a big believer in the power of positive psychology to transform people. Do you want to relax, sharpen your focus, get out of your current place, do you want to change the world? Then positive psychology is for you. Russia is a huge country and cultural area with a huge number of unique cultural experiences. I will share with you what it was about Russia that I was most inspired by. The original source of this material can be found here . If you have any questions about education abroad in schools, universities, camps, or courses, please contact or call 8-800-775-54-97On a whim, I went to a cafe with a friend. There were no preconceptions about what people eat, what they wear, where they live, etc. We chatted for a while, and then together we went to the cafe. I don't think I've ever seen such a high concentration of people working in the same place. It was amazing. Many people I knew, even acquaintances, were sitting in cafes or restaurants, and there were quite a lot of them. It is hard to ignore the small space, but the concentration of people was definitely the highest I've ever seen it in my entire life. It is no wonder: the intensity of the Russian psyche and the imbalance of forces in that country are clearly reflected in the labor force. The fact is that the average Russian man is happy to work. There are enough jobs for a long time, people are intelligent, hardworking and hardy, and they need a break from the daily grind. The situation is similar in the United States: too many people in the country, in both countries, the unemployment rate is close to 20%. I personally know people who have lived in both countries for years, and I can say that both countries are in a state of continuous economic and social flux: parties, reunions, elections, crises, etc. All because people are constantly looking for new places to settle. There are enough houses for a long time and there is enough land, both need housing. There are enough shops, too. And you know what? After all, I've seen these numbers before. In Holland, for example, the picture is even worse: there the unemployment rate is 25%, and people spend most of their lives there. In Russia, it is even higher, at 40%. Looking at the world from the only angle that mattersIn Russia, the picture that matters most is the size of the state. The big picture is dominated by the state. Even the smallest details are under intense public attention, and this is not in the best way. And what about the people? Are they happy?On a temporary holiday in Russia today would you dare to go to the cafe with the gigantic national population, many young people and retirees, many single