For me the Finnishness means quietness and safety. In Finland we have plenty of land, but we do not have many people living in here and that is why our population density is pretty small compared to many other countries. Quietness and nature both are a big part of Finnishness and these things might be the most common things I would mention when needed to describe Finland and Finnishness. It is so easy to find a place where to be alone and listen to the silence. In Finland I enjoy that here is a lot of forests and lakes. It is quite confusing to think that even in Helsinki you do not need to drive for more than 10 minutes and you will find a forest where to walk and clear your mind. For me especially forests are important because I like to be in the nature and be active. There is nothing more relaxing than running or skiing in the forest and afterwards go into a sauna with ice cold beer and go ice swimming.
Another thing that is important to me is the safety I feel in here. In Finland the crime statistics are quite low, but I do not know is that the only reason why Finland feels safe and even tourists feels safe while they are travelling in here. I am sure that the safety is one of the things which I will miss when living abroad. Here in Finland, I do not need to look back even if I am walking alone at 4 am in the dark streets of Tampere. In Finland it is quite easy to trust people, for example in trains you can easily leave your bags to your seat while you crab a coffee from the restaurant, and you do not have to worry that there are people who is trying to steal your bags.