Mom … why do I have to be brave?

What is it like to be on the escape from Ukraine? If you’re lucky, you can take the train from the shelled station. Or you have to walk. If you have small children, even a fifteen-kilometer march through the mountains, in the cold or frost, is infinitely long and really dangerous. They risk for survive. They do not leave their homeland to have a better life, they escape for life. Although the protesting Russian citizens are facing really harsh sanctions against the war in Ukraine, even the whole of Moscow together does not have as much courage at the moment as any mother with children fleeing the war.

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