The Iraq war pretty much dispersed Iraqis to all four corners of the globe. Regardless of the continent, there will be Iraqis there.

Now, I’m not saying that all countries have the exact same number of Iraqis. After all, there are only so many Iraqis to go around, and not all of them became exiles. Not all of them moved overseas due to difficulties back home.

Still, almost every other country on the planet has at least one Iraqi family. This is why it’s important to keep in mind the local cuisine of your host nation.

Maybe you came in as an immigrant. Maybe you came in as some sort of high skilled temporary worker. Maybe you came in as a refugee. Whatever your legal status is, it’s always a good idea to check out the local culture.

It’s always a good idea to be connected to the local culture and bring in some of the distinctive Iraqi flavor or personality and perspective that is sure to enrich your host culture.

This is why a lot of Iraqis who have either visited Romania or who live in Romania talk about Romanian cuisine. They’re fascinated by the distinct flavor and the distinct charm of this particular food culture.

There’s a lot to be said about Romanian cuisine. It is definitely worth talking about. If you are either visiting Romania for the first time or you’ve lived there for quite some time, check out restaurant nunta Bucuresti.

Do a search for restaurant nunta Bucuresti. You will be able to find local restaurants in the Bucharest area that would strike your fancy.

Do yourself a big favor, immerse yourself in the local culture, and you’d be surprised as to how much in common we all have despite surface differences.

At the end of the day, even though we look very different at skin level, deep down inside, we all have the same heart. We all bleed the same color.

Now, I don’t say this to be melodramatic. I don’t say this as some sort of empty platitude.

These are core fundamental truths that we need to get back to and always keep top of mind because if we did, the world will not only be a more peaceful place, but it will also be a more meaningful place.

Because ultimately, we all have the same hopes and dreams. We all want to go to the same place. We just choose to speak in different ways.

We just choose to articulate our grand vision for our lives in different ways. But ultimately, it all goes back to the same place.

So focus on this commonality and you’d be surprised that regardless of where you are in the world, Iraq is still in the heart. And when you focus on your heart, you would realize how connected you are with everybody else despite obvious differences.