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Sabbatical leave settles in the customs of young Germans


TESTIMONIALS - On the other side of the Rhine, it is not uncommon for a young student to give himself a break, or even two years to reflect on his career.

Correspondent in Berlin

It is difficult, at 18, to embrace a profession without the risk of making a mistake.

Bella Bovermann also hesitated for a long time.

The future bachelor was interested first in psychology, then in electrical engineering, two subjects that have little in common.

Then the young man found his way, after months of meditation spent in a remote monastery in Japan: in mid-October, he began studying law in Munster.

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This summer, back in Berlin, the student has acclimated to his adult life and tries to find meaning in his oriental interlude.

“From the age of 16, I wanted to go to a monastery and I thought it was the best time to live this completely different experience.

I wanted to stay open, find out what was in the world and find out what I was capable of doing on my own, ”

explains Bela, wearing a purple samogi, the traditional garment he struggles to wear. to do.

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Source: lefigaro

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