Guestbook

If you would like to say something about this website or express your own love for Greece, please leave a comment below. If you would like to write a guest post for Philhellenes, please contact the site editor.

14 comments to Guestbook

  • Filippos

    As a philosophy student and a Greek living abroad, I can’t help but feel sentimental while I browse your page and read the posts.
    There is much kindness in the words of the contributors and a love for Greece that is pure and -perhaps most importantly- inclusive.
    If I can contribute in any way, I’d be delighted.
    Thank you for your efforts.

  • Linda

    My heritage is Greek way back. Ballachey is an angosized Greek name. I feel attached to you and remember you when I try delicious Greek salad dressings, eat Feta cheese, and use olive oil. We need to appreciate your gifts to the world. God be with Greece who has given us democracy and so much more. I hope you make salad dressings and feta cheese and sell them to the world again. Others are making money from your great inventions.

  • Manny Cassiotis

    Does buying Greek postage stamps for use in postal services or as philatelists help the Greek economy/government/ people?

  • What a nice webpage, I’m so glad I stumbled across it! Linking to it on my blog now…

  • Tania

    May I share this wonderful video of Greece.

    Aerial viewing of Greece

  • Tania

    Thank you very much for the site.
    I would like to express my solidarity to the Greek people. They have the full support of my family in this difficult time. We buy Greek products daily to support Greece. We went to Greece last summer and toured the whole country and we had the best time of our lives. We are in love with Greece and her wonderful people. Greece stand up strong. You don’t deserve this! Love for ever, T.

  • Alison Summers

    I have had some amazing holidays in Greece and love the beauty of the country and the lighthearted charm of the people. It is still my ambition to live there for a year. One of these days! Hoping and praying that these difficult times will soon be over.

  • How to Help Greece:
    Check out:
    1. Hellenic Relief Foundation
    http://www.hellenicrelief.org/en
    2. AHEPA’s Relief Efforts
    http://ahepa.org/dotnetnuke/Issues/ReliefforGreece.aspx

    Both worth checking out and adding to your blog. Keep up the good work

  • hi Keith, Suzy brown put me onto you. We have similar family setups and we will be moving back to Rhodes in a couple of years. I would love to help in any way, so please feel free to email me and we can have a chat! Great site content, looking forward to speaking with you!

    jeff and kula

  • A great idea. At long overdue site, may it thrive and grow and become a source of inspiration for the Greek people.
    Σας ευχαριστώ.

  • tonia

    Congratulations for the site, I’m really glad that there are people like you who support and love Greece, it’s all we need at this momment, when the most people around the world believe that we worth those things that are happening to us. Thank you very much mr. Fry!

  • Nikos Tsalkitzis

    Thank you Mr. Fry for this nice effort. and thanks to all that support us during those dificult times. Nikos a Greek..

  • Howard Wettstein

    Thanks for all you are doing for a culture and a people that we all prize.

  • Marcie

    Hi just wanted to say thanks so much for this. Very positive and really great site. I am so very tired of all the negativity surrounding Greece. Athens is tired and sad and it pains me and my family to see what is happening to Greece and the Greeks. My partner is Greek and it was fast becoming my adopted country long before I met him. I have only been welcomed by Greeks; they have opened their homes and hearts to me.
    Thank you again.
    Marcie

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