What is your first name?
Does Your name have any significant or sentimental meaning?
My mother named me. I was her only female child. She cherished me so much. She believed I was like a helper to her. This was what brought about the name Nina – “little girl”.
What is your background/heritage and why is it important to you?
I’m from the Czech Republic. I believe that at every point in time, we should always remember all that our parents went through in our upbringing. We should not abandon them. Even when we become grownups and start living on our own, we should always care for our parents. Because one day, we will grow old, and we will also love our children to care for us. This is why most men cherish girls from Eastern Europe.
What is the most challenging experience you have faced or are currently facing in your life and how did you/are you facing that challenge?
My most challenging experience was while growing up. Since I was the only female child in the family, I was made to do most of the house chores. My brothers hardly helped. They preferred going out to play. Even when my mom was sick. I still had to stay with her. This didn’t break me because I wasn’t lazy. It only made me stronger, building me into the woman I am today.
What do you think will make the world a better place and what role can you play?
I think the world will be a better place if we show love and care for one another. Love brings peace. When there is peace, we can all work together. I am always ready to help my fellow human just to make sure he or she has something to be happy about. The fact that you are loved is a source of happiness.
What do you wish others would know about you that they cannot tell on the surface?
That I am very respectful, loving, a woman of strong will power and caring. In fact, I do wake up early in the morning to prepare breakfast for the whole family. I believe that women plan say such an important role in the household and world at large, and deserve much appreciation and respect.