Tunisia: Unwanted Baggage

“We carry so much useless and unwanted baggage that is passed on to us from the previous generations, and implicitly it just weighs us down, stifles our chances to be creative and imposes illogical limits on our lives, choices and freedom,” writes Tunisian blogger Subzero Blue. He advice is not to pass any of that to our children.

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