So Polish society is boring for you because it's so similar to Ukrainian culture?
I have hard time to answer.
That's true. Supposedly even closer to Russians than Czechs!
Quite possibly.Czech migrated in Central Europe from territory of modern Ukraine
around 1.5 thousands years ago.There is some interesting coincidences between
Ukrainian and Czech words.While Polish lanuage started to form ultimately as a
separate language a bit over 1000 years ago.Before that it probably constitutes a language
which later splited into Western Polian and Eastern Polian language.Those later
deviated a bit in basic vocabulary and accepted many new words both invented and
borrowed and turned into Polish and Russian.You wan`t believe, but sometimes a Pole
could tell to somebody that Polish and Russian is the almost the same language.
Seriously.Some French-speaking woman with whom I did language exchange and
who studied Russian told me that some Pole wanted to do language exchange with
her too and told to her that this is practically the same languages.
But for now, of course, Russian and Polish are very difficult to understand mutually.
I`m not very obssessed with nationalities and also think it is not only important who
we are but also who could we become.
Also I may propose creation if international society of mutual interSlavic help in
which Slavic people who do not experience ethinical hate to each other would
communicate,study Slavic cultures and of course help each other materially.
I suggest that help of course should be mutual.
Also Union of Slavic states is unlikely in nearest perspective, private divisons
of such society could function in developed countries.