He first asked me where I am from and then wanted to learn more about Turkey. Then asked if there is any discrimination against minorities in Turkey and wondered if I faced it in US. Admitting there is discrimination in Turkey, however, I said that I had not have any discrimination in US personally. (Actually I did but I could not remember it at that time.. Anyway, that does not hurt my honesty.)
He was kind of feeling sorry for US. Told me that he did not feel like a proud American.. He asked if I agree that US attacks some countries, and takes governments down in order to control them. He was very confident in asking those big questions to me.
I should not forget to state that he was very friendly and had always a smile on his face.
Long story short, after talking about many catchy things, he came with another big question again:
+Do you think you can change the world?
- I did believe that when I was a child but you know, when you get bigger and bigger your dreams get smaller..
+Do not think you can not. Meet a person. If you can change his life, then you have changed his world. There are millions of world in this life.
I think he is very right. He has changed my world in that respect.
Have you ever changed "one's world" yet? You can start with your own.