Yet, if you take a group of forty people from four different countries and put them in the same environment telling them to share an experience they will do that bonding each other without focusing on their origins; language is not a problem, nor the different cultural status is. They are happy when they meet each other and sad when they have to farewell.
It's not my intention to give to someone else the fault of Europe's failures but Evolution project showed how people have the will to stay together and also fight for it if only are given chances to know each other.
Every person would be jealous of their culture and I personally appreciate a lot the fight for the "belonging" but I guess every person would be glad to share what they love with their lovers.
I won't mind if one day in the future -hopefully not too far for me to see it- "my" culture would be mixed by other beauties because the countries where we all live will be everyone's house.
I think what Evolution did should be a small scale of a wider project which involves all Europeans in order to feel more and more part of a same family and, just like a family, people like to join together under the same roof, sit at the same table and not kicking each other out saying "You're not welcome here" or "I quit".