Love, fear, rage, joy… Every culture has, in its inner vision of the world , an individual collection of emotions that only those who share their social roots are able to feel and recognise in the same way. It is not about physical processes, but relationships.
Fear "takoet poeles" in Balinese, love "amae" Japanese, negation "musu" in Samoa, sorrow "tuza" in Colombian.
The Shuar tribe , are still known as fierce, but they laugh much more than the Western people. Maybe, Is it the lack of laughter, or our laconic manners , a sign of civilisation?
“Knowledge that change worlds”
Opportunity Teaching (OTG) is an organisation of support. Its aim is to support local schools, orphanages and shelters in Tanzania.
It was founded with the aim to achieve a positive impact on education through the exchange of knowledge and feelings among the local people the volunteers from all over the world.