Being European is a universal state, in spite of all its particularities, which agglomerates a constant of contrasts and can be defined by the places we’ve been to (we, Europeans). But, as time goes by, the pros and cons of belonging to something unified and greater start bringing a question into reality: will it be enough? Will it be enough to be European?
Knowing that the exit from a community such as the European community is possible, because it has already happened before, will cultural and humanistic values carried in the Europeans’ shoulders be enough to hold the civilisations constituting Europe? And, in case there’s a visible exit in front of everyone, is it better to leave, or to stay? Europe’s future depends on that decision: if we’re leaving, or staying.