Serbian, and I am struggling with it,too.
I am half serbian,half ukranian-eastern catholic.
I don't speak serbian, but I speak some russian - which I believe is similar.
Zdrastvuitye <---hello, in case you don't know russian.
The human mind is only limited by what we think we can think, which is pretty much a contradiction in itself. If we didn't think, we would know a lot more than we do.
We are so scared of almost every single thing that from shortly after birth, pretty much as soon as we're able to attempt to understand anything that's going on or string things together in our then purely instinctive and in-articulate minds, we place countless restrictions on ourselves in order that we can live "safely", understanding things.
We make assumptions about everything so we can live without the ever present crippling fear of the total unknown. It's very sad in a way.
If we humans don't understand something, we immediately try to find an explanation for it. We try to calm down the nerves, the fear of whatever it is we don't understand. The thing about this is - what we find out is probably very limited information. And minds are so closed-up that nobody bothers to find out something knew.
Same goes with people - if someone thinks differently, even if they are totally normal - and if they are not understood? They're crazy and insane. They try to label this person with a mental disease. And if there is no mental disease that fits this poor human, they'll make up a new one.
The part about that sentence that makes me laugh is the "make up a new one". Those people are so close minded, it's not even funny.
If we just stopped thinking, stopped worrying about everything, and stopped trying to blame others for our problems - we might actually start to find the answers we thought we knew. Basically, if we stopped bitching all the time, we might start moving forward instead of backwards.