A few weeks ago, Caty explained about different models of moving to Immenstadt and close to the Europe Center. To give some examples of how well this can work, we would like to introduce some active members of the EC team and show how they made a new life moving from somewhere in the world to Immenstadt to benefit the EC. This time: Szilvia from Hungary and Tiina from Finland.
After spending months in one of the dormitories to get into the groove of things at the EC, the two recently moved into an beautifully furnished flat together. Tiina already found a fulfilling job as a physiotherapist, and Szilvia is an associate of an Hungarian company and very busy learning German to be able to work as a market project coordinator as she used to do in Hungary. Thus living down in Immenstadt, the two spend as much time as possible at the EC, pretty much every day.
Szilvia: “When I came to the EC, I had a feeling that the EC had already been waiting for me. Everybody was open to me, friendly and helpful and I immediately found different meaningful activities I wanted to dive into. I really felt that I arrived at the place I had always been looking for. This excitement and the thankfulness are still with me every time I come through the entrance door. Being here is the best place for the fastest development for the benefit of all. We are part of Lama Ole’s vision, and it is just the beginning!”
Tiina: “I wanted to move here because, from the first time on at the EC, I felt that my home is here. The EC is a place full of meaning and it is also a place where one can develop very fast. By supporting the activity here, one can do something very meaningful. Usually I help with housekeeping or in the kitchen or with whatever is needed and in front of the nose. It is just such a great gift to be able to live here – the best conditions I can imagine right now!”