Family

Feelings and ethnicity

I always have been feeling Croatian. Mom and Dad were Croatian and my older sister has been born there. One hundred percent of my blood is Croatian and my first…

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Hope at the edge of the abyss

My life has been tough for the last 25 years. I was young, and at the peak of my career as a journalist, a job I adore, when all began….

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The inferno of the commute

Everyone wants to get home after a day of hard work, and to achieve this goal, they all get into a hell of smoke, blinding lights, and impatience at the…

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Vulnerable

My mom died three years ago. She was 97 and had spent four years in a wheelchair paralyzed because of a stroke. She was a strong woman, very independent, and…

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Advent Calendar

For the ones who celebrate Christmas, today begins the Advent Calendar. It’s the time of preparation for the big feast of December 25th. When we were kids, we had an…

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Regret

I regret having spent a lot of time working and not have had more quality time with my family. My life has been marked by long days working until late…

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A moving celebration

I’m moved by a celebration in honor of my father, Luka Brajnović, in Madrid, where 300 journalists payed him homage in his centenary. Some of them talked about how my father have teach them to be free and work with ethics.

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Emotional trip

For the first time in many years I’m going to take a vacation. I’m going to Croatia where my family comes from, and I will stay there for a whole…

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Bastion

My city keeps its ancient walls all around the old quarter, with its bastions, battlements, bulwarks, part of its moat, its beautiful citadel, even a gate with a wooden drawbridge…

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