To begin with


It is my first attempt to post a serious message on this blog which I have had for over half a year now. I don’t know what exactly I will put in here in the future, whether my words will help someone or will anyone help me. I don’t know what style my blog will be in, will it transform to a website, what language will I use.

I know that I will use this place for issues. Solving issues. Looking at issues from a different angle ( Did you know that the word issue has two different pronunciations? ).  Searching for issues. Spreading awareness about issues.  I will also try to do it creatively, interestingly and usefully! That means paintings, videos, short stories, photos, quotes, polls or brief messages from mine our your’s invisible friend may be included. 🙂

What is an issue, then?

According to Oxford Concise English Dictionary, the first meaning is “An important topic for debate or resolution.” Alternatively, you can imagine that you are a directed graph and you are traveling from point A to point B, but you are also a multigraph(multiple edges), so you have many ways to travel…

How else can you that the subject is, actually, an issue? Again, Oxford Thesaurus provides many suggestions: matter(in question), question, point, affair, case, subject, topic, problem, bone of contention…

Finally, I hope not to go round in circles while improving this blog!

I enclose a picture which reminds me 2009 most! It was me helping even with little things  @ Europeade 2009, Klaipėda

Iki, Bye, Au revoir, kuni, adio!..

2010 01 02 @ Lietuva

2 thoughts on “To begin with

  1. scrisoarefaralitere


    This is your Romanian friend speaking.
    Greetings to the new,international section of the blog!

    We all got issues.
    But… one may call issue= o problema which in my language means a problem.
    Or… = o chestiune which in my language means …well…a topic, a theme, a cause. Something worth fighting for.
    So…let’s work on our issues and create something unique &positive!

  2. susirupines

    In Lithuanian issue sometimes is “rūpestis”, something to care for, from which the name of the blog is originally derived. !!

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