A true Ladin
We are Ladin, we speak our own language that must be safeguarded, but we are far from isolated, excluded or marginalised. When they ask me ‘do you feel more Italian or German’, I am not annoyed but I also no longer answer. Because we become who we are by truly breaking down walls, ridding ourselves of our prejudices and escaping the ideologies, thus being true Ladini, yes, but, first and foremost, being citizens of the world. This will happen when we understand that absolute beauty lies in newly composed harmony. And when we live in harmony then we will be free.
Free human beings.