Recently we were visiting Ukraine, the capital city, and a
town we've come from.
Today's Ukraine makes a twofold impression.
On the one hand it's a childhood places and relatives, an enormous
pleasure of meeting university and school friends, a good surprise of meeting
university chancellor who was already hoary with age when we were studying.
On the other hand it's already a very different country from what the memory
draws. I must be wrong but my impression was that it's a country of traders and
endless political battles.
It's neither bad nor good but a point of history. Unfortunately we cannot think
ourselves now living in Ukraine.
On the question where is our home now, we have the only answer it's in Israel.
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