Words are the problem

By Vadim Dovganyuk

As my blog is kind of an extension of my Twitter profile, it is likely that you have read the following Tweet: My mind has been preoccupied this week, hence no songs of the day that I usually do.Henceforth, a #SongOfTheWeek for once.Which is a song that after 11 years still has the best message,…

Random Mumblings: Languages

By Vadim Dovganyuk

When looking here at my blog, you would likely not realize I am not yet the age of an adult. Neither possibly while looking at my Twitter profile; as apparently people think politics and social causes are only for those above a certain age… However, when looking at my overall activities, things change. For example,…

A horrible quote

By Vadim Dovganyuk

“What a child doesn’t receive he can seldom later give.” Ever heard of that quote? It’s quote of British crime writer Phyllis Dorothy James from her book “Time to be in Earnest: A Fragment of Autobiography”. Also, it is among my most hated quotes in existence. This single quote easily leads to a lot of…

Goal achieved, problem remains

By Vadim Dovganyuk

Over a year ago, I started the fight with anti-institutionalization organizations over the terms “Orphan” and “Orphanages”. An emotional fight, and a fight I didn’t believe I would even have any success at, which I only continued to stand up for because of an increasing amount of support I received from people all over the…

[Short] Terminology is very important

By Vadim Dovganyuk

I have had a lot of comments over the previous years, regarding my blog posts here, but also at my social media posts. This has been the number one reason for me to close the comments here at my blog, as, in all honesty, I got tired of repeating myself, time and time again. One…

English refresher

By Vadim Dovganyuk

A small refresher of English words, as apparently many have forgotten what the words exactly mean: Nationality – Being a national of a country, which is based on the country you were born at. Your nationality will never change throughout your life. Citizenship – Being a citizen of a country. Citizenship is mostly gotten based…

The terminology of the word Orphan

By Vadim Dovganyuk

Ever heard of the term “Double Orphan”? Sounds weird, doesn’t it? Actually, this is the valid term for children who have lost both of their parents, no matter which way, so including through disappearance of parents, and abandonment. Still, it ain’t that weird that you might not have heard about it. Most use the term…

Words can not explain the beauty of words

By Vadim Dovganyuk

Reviews, it is something that I will never write. An basic importance of a good review is not spoiling anything, and then I actually mean truly nothing. That is something I can not do, and as I am aware of it, I act upon it. Still we see more and more reviews that basically spoil…