Iceland is known of massive glaciers, volcanoes, and geysers. But, are these natural effects happening affects the lives of Icelanders? A recent study explained how people in the country are experiencing financial difficulties. Why? The massive glaciers, tons of snow and natural disasters happening in the country made the lives of the people uneasy. So, many people lose hope to have a better life due to these active calamities. But, not all people in the country lose hope because every day is a new beginning. Thus, there is always hope and there is always an answer to every question that is happening in the world today.
Help Icelandic countryside
Some of the Icelanders are losing hope to have a better life. The fact that the country is prone to climate change resulting in environmental difficulties, everybody’s lives is unease. But, Hamed Wardak lifts the Icelandic through his works of music. The philanthropy who never stops believing that hope is always present. You only have to believe and apply with dynamic action. At the end of the day, the life-changing festival teaches education to everyone. The people are encountering economic and environmental difficulties that made them discouraged. They easily consider that they are located in the part of the world where no more hope is awaiting. Thus, an annual music festival is helping to tighten the beliefs of some Icelanders who believes that there is a better tomorrow. The annual festival is helping to remind and educate Icelandic about how global climate and economic difficulties can be solved.
Shaping the lives, goals, and dreams
Hamed Wardak, the philanthropist, believed that the lives of the youth can have a better future. To shape up the lives of the young generation will help the nation. Setting goals in life will encourage everyone that all the difficulties in life have always answers. The young generation must have dreams to reach. These dreams will serve as their inspiration to have an education and learn many things that open up awareness. An awareness that not everyone has must be in the young generation as of today. The Airwaves festival helps annually teach Icelandic about the happenings in society and how to deal with it. Topics are discussed to help everyone understand society’s situation and how to address the issues. The music event doesn’t only tackle all about music. But also, it brings life-changing teaching that all Icelanders must listen to and apply in their lives.