Tuesday, August 01, 2006


I know everything has to do with economic reasons and at this time of my life I should know it is difficult to change that, but there are still people that for other non economic reasons, (could we call it just generosity, love, whatever,..?) invest their time and energy in entrerprises that perhaps are not so profitable. I have been in Mostar in the Center that the University of Granada shares with the two Universities there ("Džemal Bijedić" University and the University of Mostar) under the framework of the European project called JustMostar. In my opinion, it should be only one university, but after being there it is obvious that's not easy.
It has been an invaluable experience. Hilario Ramírez made it possible. He is one of those dreamers still singing John Lennnon's song.
The course was organised with the collaboration of the Centro Mediterraneo at the University of Granada.

Samiyusuf and Outlandish "I've seen" (Lyrics)


Anonymous said...

Hi Isabel!!

I want to thanks u about everything u do for us to improve our english and get good marcks in the selectividad:)..

I was in your site studing and i saw this song by sami yusuf and outlandich i like it so much so thanks again for all..

Isabel Pérez said...

Yes it is a nice song, a mixture of languages and cultures.

And it is a pleasure to be able to have virtual autonomous students. That makes me feel somehow useful, ;-)

thanks u too

Francisco S Lopez said...

una canción inmensa, inmensa... no soy propenso pero casi me hace llorar