My First week with Ber­lin Forum of Reli­gi­ons

My First week with Ber­lin Forum of Reli­gi­ons

My First week with Ber­lin Forum of Reli­gi­ons

The first week was with full of mix fee­lings like exci­te­ment for new col­leagues, tasks and fee­ling lone­li­ness, home­sick­ness (mis­sing my wife and kids) becau­se of limi­ted activi­ties and only sen­ding emails to a lot of orga­ni­za­ti­ons and peop­le for mee­tings. Anja (Ifa Tutor) gui­ded me to under­stand train rou­tes and to sett­le down with new apart­ment in a busy area of Ber­lin. Still fee­ling that I am living in an empty buil­ding becau­se could­n’t see anyo­ne from 2 weeks in my who­le buil­ding.

Becau­se of very kind and expe­ri­en­ced, Dr. Miche­al Baumer(Manager, Ber­lin forum of reli­gi­on), I was able to get some appoint­ment and under­stand Ger­man working style in small initia­ti­ves with limi­ted staff, most­ly volunteers.It was won­der­ful mee­tings with fri­ends of Ber­lin forum and some from coör­di­na­ting body like Dr.Gerdi Nut­zel and Peter Ams­ler. We had a gre­at dis­cus­sion about sta­te and reli­gi­on working here ger­man wit­hin its frame­work. I got chan­ce to ans­wers their ques­ti­on about the jour­ney as a peace activist, rea­sons of working for the inter­faith and cur­rent situa­ti­on of small reli­gi­ons in Pakistan.Mr. Peter invi­ted me to one big­ger dis­cus­sion regar­ding Long Night of reli­gi­ons and Youth Deve­lop­ment Foun­da­ti­on works in Paki­stan. Dr.Gerdi invi­ted me, coo­king for peace activi­ty to cook Paki­sta­ni Bir­ya­ni to sha­re with 30 Ger­man youth.We had shifted 5000 books to the second floor but it was fun ended up with new fri­ends, nice cof­fee, and cho­co­la­te.

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