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Literally translated from Swedish to English, “mitt” means “my” and “smultronstället” means “wild strawberries”. It can be loosely translated to “my favorite place”. It can be a geographical location, a feeling, a home.

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Vocabulary: Serein

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Vocabulary: Apricity

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Check out the BuzzFeed article by Daniel Dalton.

I love these words. Enjoy the beauty of Japanese language 🙂

 

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Fernweh

I can feel it in my bones. I want to travel. To where, I don’t know. But I want to travel. But is it that I want to travel or that I want to run away? I’m constantly reminded of dialogues from Lark Rise to Candleford. The gist of the dialogues: Are you running from or to something. Makes you think, doesn’t it? Maybe it’s both i.e., running toward something while running away from something else. In any case, the desire to travel is getting stronger. The far away shores are calling me. OK that was a bit too melodramatic for my own good. Suffering from fernweh I am.

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