The 10 th Mediterranean Interdisciplinary Forum on Social Sciences and Humanities is over, and by now, all of us who attended are back at home and to our normal daily activities. After two
difficult years for everyone, we have finally had the chance to all meet in person.
I had never been to Tenerife before, but immediately after landing, I realized that I had arrived in a gorgeous island inhabited by welcoming and serene people. With its mild and gentle temperatures, Tenerife embraced all of us with days of sunshine and warm, calm waters. Tenerife, like all over Spain, offers a restful atmosphere on its beaches and in the hundreds of little restaurants and cafés located all around the island, which offer delicious food and refreshing wines. More than ever, I wanted to thank all of you who had the chance to share this wonderful experience with me, for your time and dedication. As a result of our participation, we were able to contribute interesting and inspiring presentations to advance social sciences and humanities, with the support of professionals and researchers around the world. Indeed, we came to La Laguna University from 13 different countries, scattered in all continents.
In my opinion, a conference is not only a moment for presenting our scientific work, but it is also a moment for sharing, for listening, for exchanging among people who have common scientific
interests. Furthermore, an international conference like the one we just attended in Tenerife, is also and foremost an opportunity for professional and personal relational enrichment.
I warmly thank all the Colleagues and friends from the University of La Laguna for their professional and accurate organization, and for making all of us feel at home.
Especially, I thank Jovan and Dejan for their tireless work and support to all of us, and mostly, for their smiles and friendship.
I thank all of you once again, and I hope that you will continue to support ESI, its journals and all its activities.