(that means: dobrou chut', in serbian)
Well we started teaching a Serbian guy, ya know this city is interesting, i've met so many people from around the world. Just these last few months, i've met someone (if not more) from the following countries:
Serbia, Ireland, Slovakia (she was an olympic skier), England, China, Vietnam, Thailand, Taiwan, Georgia (state in America and the country) Australia, Kanada, New Zealand, Ghana, South Africa, Nigeria, Dubaj, Angola, Turkey, Egypt, Brazil, Mexico, Finland, Spain, Russia, Philippines, Malaysia, Switzerland, Poland, Austria, France, USA(Chicago, Florida, Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, California, New York, Washington, Texas, Wisconsin , and Minnesota) and... oh and Czech Republic (obvi)
wow that's actually a ton more than i thought when i started writing them all out! hahah but yeah this city is pretty cool for that reason, so many different people working here or studying, it's really cool! but the coolest part of it all is that whenever we talk to these people on the streets and in the store or at restaurants or on transport or whatever; they all come from different cultures and family backgrounds and from different areas of land cut out by men, but they are all Children of God they are all our brothers and sisters, they might not speak any English or Czech so we can't even communicate with them(verbally), but they do understand, a lot of them, that we as well are different, that we stand out, and they can feel the spirit even by us sharing with them a book or a prayer or trying to tell them to give their number to us by holding up our phone and making hand gestures. We are children of God and because of that we can all amount to something so much bigger than ourselves I stand as a witness of this! in the name of Jesus Christ amen.