In my country, the invisible and spiritual dimensions were very present. Religion and other traditional customs such as gathering every evening under the centenary tree were part of our daily community life. However, this aspect was not that recognized or present in the host society. Nevertheless, I wanted to continue practicing my religion and to find moments of connection with this invisible part. I realized that I could ask for a space to pray in the house where I was living. You don’t need to stop practicing your religion and spiritual believes simply because it is uncommon for the people in the new place.


If it is important for you, find time and space for the spiritual dimension or religion.