We have decided to dedicate this edition of our magazine to travel, holidays in the most beautiful destinations of our planet and health. ‘The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page,’ St Aurelius Augustine said.
So let’s not miss out on the remaining days of this beautiful summer, which is truly special this year: after two years of fighting the plague of Covid-19 (God knows where it came from) people can once again travel the world, getting to experience the culture of different countries and people, recharging with positive energy and, last but not least, restoring their health. Lockdowns, social distancing and masks have been forgotten (but for how long?..). Once again, creative people are inspired by the beauty and colours of nature, meeting with interesting people and the stunning diversity of architecture of cities. It is no coincidence that many great masterpieces were created by writers and artists under the impression of their travelling.
The beauty of our planet is inexhaustible! But this beauty is fragile and vulnerable: it depends too much on the will and actions of people. It is much easier to destroy it than to create something beautiful. Now that the voices warning us that the world is on the brink of a nuclear war are becoming even louder, we realise this particularly keenly.
‘It must shake up our conscience that we become all the more inhuman the more we grow into supermen…’ considered Nobel Peace Laureate, German-French philosopher and humanist Albert Schweitzer.