My name is Mustaf Mustafa, a student of Political Sciences at International Balkan Univeristy, in Skopje the capital city of North Macedonia, at 21 years of age, and I know what I stand for…
            Buongiorno or Bonjour – A person that studies European Literature or an average person will immediately recognize that, these two words are one of them Italian
(buongiorno – which means “good morning” or “good day”, basically a term of greeting the people) and the other (bonjour – “meaning hello” or “good morning”, also a term for greeting people), the pronunciation is also quite similar, but yet these two words belong to two different languages. 
            The differences, between the people, cultures, and languages are unavoidable.
But why when we look at the things, we are inclined to look more for the differences, rather than similarities? The example that I gave is just one of a lot example in our everyday live, why instead of saying those two words are similar, we prefer to say that they are different? Who
is benefiting if we are divided? Of course the differences make us learn more and more new things, but do we really realize how much we
are the same? Instead of differentiating the “others” shouldn’t we use the differences to be united, because at the end of the day, that is what we all are.

I said it at the beginning and I will say it again, I know for what I stand for and I am about unity, because we are all ONE – HUMAN BEINGS.