Posts Tagged ‘Albanians in Kosovo’

Find heart in your home, you’ll have home in your heart (migrant story and song)

September 6, 2009

There is a beautiful song by Ilir Shaqiri, a Kosovar Albanian singer, that captures the immense joy and comfort of finding home in a foreign land better than any other songs I’ve known.

My comment sent to the author of this article_

Thank you very much for this lovely article.  Although I am in Malaysia for about two dozens of years, I still love Burma/Myanmar. Muslims suffered there from some racial and religious discrimination but now I know that there are discriminations everywhere.

You are right. If we go and stay in other country and meet our citizens from different races and religions, we could forge a stronger tie between us. As a foreigner here I felt the same thing as you have suggested. Whether they are Buddhists, Christians, Hindu or Muslims, I feel happy when I see the patients from Myanmar. Whether they are Burman, Chin, Kachin, Karen, Rakhine, Shan, Mon or mixed blooded Burmese-Chinese or Burmese Indians is not important for me. I love to speak with them and try to help them happily .

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