- 8Minutes of study time
Episode 1-9: Migration or travel
(First of all, let me say that unfortunately my main page on Instagram has disappeared and you can follow me with this ID @benyamin. marco1)
In this episode of the podcast, I discussed a topic that concerns many of us when we go on trips, that is, travel or immigration! Every Iranian has undoubtedly made a room for immigration in the corner of his mind! And the main reason I addressed this issue was that sometimes we go on a trip, we have fun during that trip, and we think that if we come to live in that country, it will give us the same situation!
If you decide to immigrate, never immigrate without skills and without a goal, and never destroy the bridges behind you! And when you are traveling, stay there!
A Part of this Podcast:
Some of us think that if we get a visa for a certain country, the job is over. But let me say here that it is difficult to make a mistake, a new job is starting for you. Because when you are in Imam Khomeini airport and you pass the main gate and you look behind you and behind the glass gate you see your loved ones or friends who are waving to you behind the glass gate, new pains, challenges, sorrows, distances, distances and all the events that even You didn’t approach him, he wants to start for you. The subject of this podcast is immigration or travel, and I want to sincerely share with you the experience that I experienced in three times immigrating to different countries with those people who immigrated successfully or unsuccessfully. We have a syndrome called the measurement syndrome. We use this a lot in our travels. For example, when we are having fun on a trip, it can be in Africa, it can be in Amsterdam, it can be in Paris. Because at that moment and in that week, we say we had a great time. Yes, this is exactly where we want to live here and buy a house. So, we take out our meter, which we use to measure everything and it is always in our pocket. First, let’s start with how to find a house, how to find a job, and what are the social conditions like. In my opinion, this is a wrong meter and standard that we in our travelers sometimes get involved in. We are from a different geography, we are from a different culture, when you are traveling, it is a very different matter. For immigration, you must define a role for yourself and have a skill that I want to tell you step by step in this podcast.
One of the questions that people ask me most now, when they see me in the alley, or in a group, or they ask me in the directory, is where is the best place to live. First, let me say that everyone has different interests, tastes, and skills that are best for them. The best for me is something, the best for you has another kind of meaning. So, I can’t say that I traveled because I lived in a certain country. Sir, this is definitely the best place for immigration, it is for life, no, I am saying the things that I have, only and only about the things that I have lived myself. The green land of Canada is for some people and Europe is an ideal place for others, or some even end up in Istanbul. These are the best that we have collected for ourselves. We Iranians love Germany, I don’t know the reason why, one of the countries that have done the most emigration in the history of Iran is Germany, followed by America, then Canada. Istanbul is the backyard of our Iranians, and I can tell you the stories of Istanbul if you want. I used to live in Istanbul and …