Author: Zsófi

Paris in spring

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film photography

Paris is one of my favourite cities and coincidentally (or maybe not so coincidentally) where Léa lives. She invited me to stay at her place in April and it was glorious. Her apartment opens onto a square with the perfect view of the Eiffel tower. She made me fall in love with the city, the beautiful gardens, canals and people. Paris and its dwellers are the perfect embodiment of the term joie de vivre. They enjoy life to […]

the French Alpes

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Last week I went skiing with my friends for the first time in my life. There’s actual proof of this in the shape of a semi-permanent bruise the size of Africa on my ass. You’re welcome. But actually apart from that, the trip was so much fun. It was 10 of us taking a 22-hour bus ride from Budapest over to Grenoble, it was so long that we basically ran out of letters playing Mr. X (our […]

foreigner body/life

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mood journal

These last two weeks I’ve been wondering about myself a lot. Me, as a being on this planet, as a living breathing person, born into a city, a country and culture that I never had a chance in choosing. These thoughts are probably due to the fact that I have been reading Judit Shklar and her essay on liberalism in which she returns to the core of existence for her political philosophy: to the human […]