April 19, 2009

Transylvania and Heritage

It is the greatest thing to have comments. I love to hear them.

No matter what I always publish them. (one exception vulgar language is not published) whomever wrote to me for my last commentary is very right. Very right.

The West has its own views on culture. The Romanians are an integral part of Transylvania. I unfortunately know little of their own history.

I in fact, am the first non-Transylvanian born person in my family. For those of you from Romania, I would be a German Saxon. Therein lies the problem, I suspect the Saxons harbor much bitterness, as do the Romanians.

I'd love to learn more about Romania, and the Transylvania of the Romanians. This is what this blog is all about. Comments are totally welcome. I might be wrong, but I am willing to learn.

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alex.tomaselli said...

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Blogger alex.tomaselli said...

I also am a descendent of the Saxons, together with Italians and Romanians. I grew up in a small polyethnic town right on the Transylvanian border (on the South). I am nostalgic about it, sometimes. I hope you will like my comments. Transylvania is often a subject of controversy, but I think that the change of information is a way of undestanding different opinions and discovering the truth (as possible). I think communication will also annihilate any form of hate between us, modern human beings.

April 20, 2009 8:31 AM

I also am a descendent of the Saxons, together with Italins and Romanians. I grew up in a small polyethnic town right on the Transylvanian border (on the South). I am nostalgic about it, sometimes. I hope you will like my comments. Transylvania is often a subject of controversy, but I think that the change of information is a way of undestanding different opinions and discovering the truth (as possible). I think communication will also annihilate any form of hate between us, modern human beings.
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