"I came in Tasmania because I knew this place was so wild...to be just inside the nature and to think a lot about my future. I think that I just found all what I needed. I think about a lot of things. I found really a new world with incredible people, starting with my farmer. The first day I came [to Tasmania] was December 3rd. It was a Thursday so I came directly to Pilgrim Dinners. So I was impressed! What you are doing is amazing. In this place - this little place - the people know the worth of the small things. That is the most beautiful thing that I can tell about this place. I saw this here, with my eyes. First I was completely not thinking about my Christian background. Week by week I keep thinking about every topic. I think that I grow a lot in this place. I am always writing in a diary so I can remember. Thanks for this -- but it is not enough, because what you did is too much for me. I didn't expect to arrive here and find something like this."
Friday, 22 April 2016
Thursday, 14 April 2016
"I've been working almost 4 months in Tasmania, working at a farm with blueberries, cherries, apples... I've met a lot of good people, good friends.
The scientist who came and talked - that was really nice. It was a different point of view that he gave us. That was really, really good. Even science can't explain how we are created. I want to know how this is possible - how we can be so different from monkeys with only 2% DNA difference.
Most of the people are afraid of letting the Christianity get into their lives. Ok, I'm not so different -- because it's a little bit weird."