A letter to my Espoo voters

01/10/2020
Dear Espoo resident!


I'm writing just for you. You read this there somewhere. At home, in traffic, with friends, in a cafe, at school, at the gym. Near or far. Alone or in company. Tired or refreshed. Be the way you come.

In my election campaign, letters are messages. I will not reach everyone and everything with letters. There is no purpose. I will tell you the most important things. I also share my thoughts in Some and on the streets. I try to keep the texts breathable.

This is my first letter. I answer the most common questions from voters.

Why do I have gone as a candidate? I want the city to be intact. Not torn by conflict or insecurity. In Espoo, we need a warmer look for the city. Those who need the most care are those who are unable to take care of themselves. I want to listen to the quiet signals of the townspeople. I hope people can talk to their decision makers. I can listen. You can become involved in the affairs of Espoo immediately and influence them with me immediately. It is easy. Reply to my letters here, share your thoughts. You can also reach me at som.


Why Centern Party? The whole is decisive. The center is an all-inclusive loft that strives for common success. In dealing with common issues, I value groups that represent a variegated cross-section of different people, life situations, and lifestyles. The political historicity and superficiality of aloofness. Taking care of common things is not entertainment.

What needs to change in Espoo? Espoo has 290,00 inhabitants. Everyone has joys and worries. I would like to hear from everyone, but that is not realistic. That is why I have raised the election campaign main themes of urban ideas of entry into practice, as well as personalized services for people with disabilities who live alone things. I am talking indirectly about security, money and loneliness. I publish my thoughts by writing letters to the people of Espoo.

What am I going to do if I become elected?

1. I'm going to write to you about what we're going to do in the city council at some point.

2. I am going to ask you what you think about the issues to be decided.

3. I'll tell you what things aren't going.

4. I will explain why some things are not progressing.

5. I will tell you what I would like to change myself.

6. I live according to my own philosophy of life day by day.

Thank you for being able to read so far. The balcony door is open. The sounds of life carry from the street to my kitchen. Brown is at its most beautiful. Do you know this poem by Lin Jutang:


"I like spring, but it is too young. I like summer, but it is too proud. So I like best of all autumn, because its leaves are a little yellow, its tone mellower, its colours richer, and it is tinged a little with sorrow and a premonition of death. Its golden richness speaks not of the innocence of spring, nor of the power of summer, but of the mellowness and kindly wisdom of approaching age. It knows the limitations of life and is content. From a knowledge of those limitations and its richness of experience emerges a symphony of colours, richer than all, its green speaking of life and strength, its orange speaking of golden content and its purple of resignation and death."


Write me back when you have time!


With hugs,