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digger and dreamer, good cheese grater, bad joker (yes, they are pretty bad, but you have to laugh otherwise she gets offended), psycho killer, wanderlust, curious soul, freedom lover, a sympathizer of anarchism and marxism who hates CCP (or any communist regimes or regimes, or isms really). Actually I don't like tags. It is just too easy to use and forget about the actual meanings and amazing differences in each individual. always interested, constantly amazed, never stop being confused. I usually don't wear a bra and I don't like hollier-than-thou attitudes, but I like chocolate.
In a constant battle against the judgements and stereotypes within myself. learning to be more comfortable with things as they are, though sometimes things got to be changed, such as the system...
loves the mountains and the rolling hills and the daffodils..and well NATURE in general (hate bugs though). likes having stimulating and heart-felt conversations with people, nature and books; doesn't like consumption, or materialism, or success. hates waste...blabla...
Another world is possible.
Nothing is stronger than an idea whose time has come.
Let us have some wine and men, mirth and laughter,
Sermons and soda-water the day after.
Be the change you want to see.
I believe that as global citizens it is within our power to eliminate poverty and to confront injustice.
You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.
In the struggle for democracy, subjects are all those that refuse to be objects.
The world loves you.
-human conditions in a whirlpool
-weirdo dancing styles
-gardening and permaculture
-tears and laughters
-allegies and philosophy
-words and feelings
-ridicule and horror
-electrical and cultural shocks
-starry nights and pink moons
-democracy and dictatorships
-changing the world
-leaving other people alone
-working without payment, or payment based on need, rather than work
Music, Movies, and Books
movies: Dancer in the Dark, Le scaphandre et le papillon, Before Sunrise, Talk to Her, The Trueman Show, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Amelie, Once, Into the Wild, Zeitgeist, Out of Africa, Pedro Almodóvar, Motocycle Diaries, ? Laurence Anyway, V for Vendetta, Nuovo cinema Paradiso
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
-Sleeping on the lawn in the Stadtpark in Graz, hit by fallen maroni.XD
-waking up one morning in a little village in southern China , listening to cockcrow, dog-barking and the murmur of little brooks behind the house. got to know this isolated village from an acient poem.
-living without a phone for one year
-living in a nunnery in Daramshala for a month
-3some of pigs in a jungle village in Laos
-sunrise at Gibraltar Strait
-English countryside sunsets
-Working with special needs
-couchsurfing (bewelcoming now)
Teach, Learn, Share
I can show you some vegetarian Chinese dishes.
My arms are freakingly bendy
some challenging behaviour training maybe (quite necessary for my work)
I would like to exchange thoughts concerning social and political issues, global inequality and buddhism, meditation, cheap travelling stuff
and I'd be happy to learn everything: language, subcultures, history, philosophy, sociology, instruments, practical stuff, farming, mechanics...or just you.
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Brazil, Bulgaria, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Laos, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Mongolia, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Russian Federation, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In
Argentina, Austria, China, Germany, India, United Kingdom