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I suppose I might be quite a nice person, but you know, one can never tell for sure, observing oneself from the inside...;) Anyway, I am forced to spend 24h a day, 7 days a week* with myself and I'm quite comfortable with it, not very much tired of it yet, well, in fact even having a good time (usually). So, I conclude that my company might be also bearable for the others - my friends appear to agree with that opinion. If I don't smile all the time it's only because I spend most of the time in a cities where's a lot of smog and I have to save my teeth for the special occasions**. Yet, it doesn't mean I'm such a serious type â I'm carefree and irresponsible enough to study litterature and philosophy, well, what can you do if you are not too much interested in any practical, mature things? But I still hope to grow up one day.
I am currently in that thrilling (both fascinating and scary) point of life when I see that there are lots of possibilities that lie ahead, ways of living one's life and I'm having hard time deciding what do I want to do, who do I want to be... (And participating in CS seems to be one of the oportunities not to let the life pass me by)
* actually, should I count sleeping?
** I'll be crazy once to grin here and now - voilÃ :D
Personal philosophy... like, you mean, recipe for life? Isn't philosophy mainly questions?
But wait, there's one principle I follow beyond doubt (although I'm trying to change it...):
"It is impossible to enjoy idling thoroughly unless one has plenty of work to do. There is no fun in doing nothing when you have nothing to do. Wasting time is merely an occupation then, and a most exhausting one. Idleness, like kisses, to be sweet must be stolen"
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I was once at a couchsurfing trip in Paris with my friends, we had 4 perfect hosts and spent unforgettable time (hard to believe it was 3 years ago!), then we also hosted some nice people few times. And now, FINALLY, I've created my own profile on CS!
reading books, climbing mountains, watching movies (and good tv series), eating sweets, listening to people, and music of course, running, sleeping, wandering in the internet (well, in the physical space too, but virtual walks seem to become a regular sport lately)
- rock climbing
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