Throughout history, and nature, migration has been a phenomenon, and one that includes all living forms on our planet. Some species show regular patterns of movements within nature's cycles, cycles that were developed over a long period of time in order to survive ; the migration of birds and whales all takes place before winter sets in. What about human beings ? How do we respond to migration as a mean for survival ? The book delivers a positive answer, supported by impressive images, not only for the author and his family, but also for the reader.
Migration is a way to self-determine the lives of individuals. The process generally begins with a dislike of individuals to accept certain conditions. It is either the self-determination or the condition itself that drives an individual towards migration ; sometimes a spirit of adventure or even an escape from reality also play their role. Everything in life is delivered to us in parcels; parcels that rarely contain only one option; it depends largely on us as to which option we focus on . We have a good chance to achieve something, when we can see a light at the end of a tunnel. Usually the one who never moves, has the view that they could lose something in that move, which does not fit the entrepreneur. An entrepreneur is the character suitable for migration; he neither faces material nor cultural losses, but rather looks forward to something new in his life, where he plays more of an important and creative role. I relate to you, the reader, but one migrant experience in Australia.
About the Author
Born during World War II in Transylvania, the author undertook many directions in his life, starting as a refugee in Germany. Historically speaking, war had dwindled the family in the past. As a survivor, the author firstly went through technical and then formal higher education, with the intend of, with his family, going out into the world to learn real-life issues. As an 'Aussie' living Down Under for the last 36 years, the author envisages a return to grassroots from whence we should act with common sense in life. It would be a 'mission impossible' to make a summary here.