It’s been already over a week ago that I returned from my first ever visit to a music festival: Glastonbury 2016. It was the same week that the unexpected news broke: the (slim) majority of British have decided that a political union with other countries brought more constraints than benefits. In short, Brexit happened.
As many agreed, Glastonbury was probably one of the best places to hear these revelations, together with a mass of like-minded, mostly young, affectionate, and visionary people. So rather than add my personal rant about the referendum results to the flood thereof on social media, I wanted to share what this week of turbulences actually showed me. Continue reading