Change of life through community work

During my trip to South America in 2018, I met this beautiful couple. I met them while traveling through Copacabana (Bolivia) to Peru. We talked about development aid through community work, and it became one of my first video interviews.

I could write several posts about my travel through Bolivia and its indescribable beautiful nature but leave that for another time. Enjoy my talk with the amazing couple.

People, Life, Politics And Bullshit

“You should try Pan America’sAmerica’s pizza when you arrive at Copacabana,” some travelers told me in Copacabana. Arriving there, I met Debbie and Jeff, who runs Pan America.


We are all on journeys, so how do we find the purpose of our individual journeys? Personally, life has taught me a lesson. When I am unhappy in a situation but do not dare to change it, a wave of unexpected events comes that pushes me to a corner and forces me to make an adjustment. Creating transformation in one´s life is taking is a step into the unknown. The unknown can be terrifying. You have no control, only a desire for something else more fulfilling and you must start from there. The couple in this video is a perfect example of how change is possible. Here´s how I came to meet them:

“You should try Pan America´s pizza when you arrive…

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