We all have a culture, a heritage that we are part of and helps to form our characters. For Dr Huk, his love of Ukraine and his deep connection to the country’s story of regeneration and unity has been a consistent theme throughout his life.
Dr Huk appreciates that his professional and personal life has been deeply enriched by the influence of respected peers, fellow Ukrainians, and other individuals who have also sought to be challenged. One of first personalities in Vienna was Mrs Hanna Nakonetchna and former actress Consuelo Hoerbiger who taught him burgtheater German. He too has been an influence on many people, people who have read Dr Huk’s work and somehow been involved in his various areas of interest.
The overriding theme of regeneration across Dr Huk’s work is present in the stories and creations he finds inspiring. From poetry to music to insightful analysis of historical events, Dr Huk is pleased to take this opportunity to share the resources that prompt his questions and help create possible answers.
Unity Day – January 22nd 1918
A golden egg from the Patriarch
“Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.” ― Aristotle
SHARING MY LOVE FOR UKRAINE IS SHARING MY LOVE FOR LIFE
Love your Ukraine,
love as you would the sun,
The wind, the grasses
and the streams together…
Love her in happy hours,
when joys are won,
And love her in her time
of stormy weather.
“Our happiness has two equal wings:
Roses and grapes - beautiful and useful.”
― Maksim Rylsky