One house gives peace and makes happy. One more house, two or three houses do not make you calmer or happier.

Often it is more exhausting to take care of so many houses instead of being happy in one house. But if others can live happily in the houses, it can in turn make you happy too.

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Where there is love, there is also happiness and health. Everything is equally good, beautiful and valuable. Sometimes mom and dad love each other – or even two moms or two dads.

And best of all, there are many more around you who love you – grandmas, grandpas, uncles, aunts, friends and animals too.

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We are all equally valuable. We come from Africa, Asia, Australia, Oceania, Europe, the Arctic and Antarctica, Central America, North America or South America. We sometimes have similar or different skin colors, hair, legs, arms or sizes.

Sometimes we look the same or different and most of what we have in common – we all rejoice, feel, get angry, are proud, live, love, think and celebrate.

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It is nice when you get help and comfort and can recharge your batteries when you are sad. Some believe in God, Allah, Ganesha, Shiva, Mary or Buddha and many other figures. The most important thing is that you are well.

You are allowed to be as you are and love and live as you feel. Isn’t it also nice to help yourself, people, animals and plants to stay healthy?

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We are part of nature. Water, air, earth, animals and plants have an effect on us humans. They are important for our physical, emotional and social development. They are our friends and we cannot live without them.

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It is very important for children to be able to play, laugh, move or even be silly sometimes. This is also true for older siblings and friends who want to gain experience, and also for mom and dad. Even when they are working, they sometimes feel like being like children again – precisely because they then have to be serious again.

Even when one has reached an advanced age, this desire to be a child or to be youthful does not change for most. Of course, a lot of knowledge and experience is added when you reach 90 or 100 years of age.

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Sometimes you can tinker something well, calculate or move well that you later do that as a hobby or even as a profession. Sometimes there are also restrictions or disabilities, so that one sits in a wheelchair or cannot do some things so well.

Being sick or not being able to go on is as much a part of life as being healthy and being able to do something. You can always try to take care of your well-being or take care of yourself and others as well. In any case, you can always try to make the best of the situation.

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Ultimate Guide to Diversity 😘

It’s like olives – you can hate Brussels sprouts as a child because they were so bitter, only to love them later. Cows drink milk and it’s always gray in November.

It’s the same with diversity, sometimes what we think is true, but often it’s not. Sometimes it makes nervous, but nevertheless it is something wonderful.

Diversity Basics

You don’t have to know everything and you can’t do everything. Isn’t it relieving and reassuring that you don’t have to be able to do and know everything?

There is simply too much in the world. Perhaps a few things are enough, such as composure, being able to process disappointments, self-confidence and curiosity, to deal with diversity.

Let’s be honest – Introduction to diversity

Let’s be honest Diversity is something wonderful and carries an infinite number of possible solutions and opportunities, but you also have to be honest, sometimes you want to close the door behind you and have your peace. As with everything, it’s a question of dose. The topic of diversity can


It’s called β€œcompetencies” – Diversity skills

It’s called “competencies” What are sometimes referred to as diversity competencies are actually skills that we should be taught as children – self-awareness, team spirit, being able to think about things (reflectiveness), being able to deal loosely with contradictions and frustration (ambiguity tolerance), curiosity and compassion (empathy), and being able


Diversity Dimensions

The universe – unknown expanses to be explored. It is similar with us humans. We are like a wide, colorful horizon and full of riddles, secrets and abilities. Let’s discover them.

We are full of dimensions and we present some of them here.

Diversity Dimensions – Body, Mind, Soul – Physical and mental abilities

Diversity Dimensions – Life phases

Diversity Dimensions – Animals, Plants, Nature

Diversity Dimensions – Faith, Religion & Worldview

Diversity Dimensions – Continents, Ethnic Origin & Nationality

Diversity Dimensions – Love and Family, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identities

Diversity Dimensions – Your House, Social Origin