Not sure how I feel about the Kurdish referendum, what I fear most is that this would be (and most likely will be) an obstacle for the ideal of Democratic Confederalism, the one they fought so hard for in the north and the west. I wish it wasn't with an imperialist leader but if that's what the people want in the south, there's not much left to say, really.
Normally I'd prefer Chopin or Rachmaninoff, but there's just something about Argerich playing Schumann's "Scenes from a Childhood".. I can't help but listen to it at least 5 times a day nowadays. Even though they are rather simple compositions, they are so profoundly touching and I never had pieces in F or G Major leaving me with such a bittersweet feeling. I simply can't get enough of them.
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