Oh interesting! I'm in a folk dance group, and we do dances from Bulgaria and the other countries in that region. I don't know how much you've listened to your traditional music, but it's WONDERFUL! Beautiful harmonies and unusual rhythms, and a way of using the voice that is very different from Western European folk singing. I wish I could understand the words, but just hearing the music and moving to it is really enough! :-) And I've seen pictures of the costumes the men and women wear, and they are beautiful and colorful -- the women of East Europe have a tradition of fine needlework that I was lucky enough to have passed down from my grandmother to my mother to me. :-) I hope you enjoy your heritage, because it is priceless! :-)
hey there! i have a question. why dont NGOs like JDCA & JDRF all seeking a cure for type 1 diabetes unite? i mean otherwise it wastes time if each organization is going through its own process of finding a cure, (so long as theyre all non profit)?
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