This is a bad and sad day to start a blog on transnational convivialism. Yesterday evening several dozens of people were killed in Paris. They went out for a concert, met friends and just wanted to enjoy a Friday evening. The attackers aimed at destroying these forms of convivality.

My thoughts and wishes are with the victims, their friends and families and all people in Paris. I’m mourning for those who have died.

However, this is not the time to give up on convivialism. We need it perhaps more than ever. Let us try to find ways on this globe of opposing each other without massacring (Marcel Mauss) .

The blog is open now and is devoted to this humanistic idea.

Hoping that inhumanity will not prevail,

Frank Adloff