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people are the mirrors. What kind of mirror am I?
I love life, emotions, movement...
I love people!
I love to share!
I studied and lived for 2 years in Oslo and that experience changed me A LOT! the brains started to work quite differently. :) now i have a strange mix of so-called "Russian soul" and cosmpolitan views.
I love to feel happiness inside me. It should be a normal state of mind and soul. I wish that every morning when i open my eyes i would be happy i am there where i am.
to discover myself, people around me and the world.
to work upon myself.
to learn, to change, to fall in love.
- working out
- track and field
- emergency services
Music, Movies, and Books
Movies Clock-o'wise orange, Stalker by Tarkovsky, Les Amants du Pont-Neuf (j'adore!!!!), Der Himmel uber Berlin, Babel, "Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter..and Spring", Swimming pool, La mala educacion, The unbearable lightness of being, Reconstruction, Fanfan, La felicita non coste niente, Paris, Un homme et son chien
Music- i love any beautiful and emotinal music, especially Balcanian music, Brazilian, African...
Classics - Richard Wagner
Books - by Makanin, Andrei Gelasimov, Kafka, Borges, Nabokov, Jorge Amado, Herman Hesse, Dostoevsky, Julio Cortazar
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Amazing...trip to Lillehammer on Sunday morning after a party. We woke up with my friend Katja. It was in Oslo where we studied for that moment. It was boring Sunday morning marked with slight hangover. We wanted some movement. A change. So we decided to go to Sweden! not knowing when we return..nothing planned.Everything was spontaneous. Just go to Sweden! First we took t-bane (subway) to station called Furuset ("Pine-tree"). There was a high-way. We wanted to find the stop of the bus to hitch-hike there. But, first of all, Norway is a country full of restrictions...And secondly hitch-hiking is not popular at all. So after creeping under the fence like soldiers and getting to the high-way, we walked along it for half an hour. People from the cars looked at us like we are crazy, some were signaling...Finally, somebody called police and they came..We were a little bit frightened though we had known that police is quite friendly in Norway. They took our id, asked what we are studying. Katja said - History of arts.. after that policeman understandigly smiled...they offered us to lift to the gas station (actually i felt quite claustrophobic seating like a criminal behind the barred window with very low cealing with some strange holes in it for ventilation ). From that gas-station there were 2 roads -one to Sweden and another to Lillehammer, small town where the Olympics were held in 1950s. We asked one driver. it didn't work out. We were standing aside, Katja was smoking...then suddenly one man came. A track-driver who was going to Lillehammer! Ok, we are going with you!! He was from Belgium , from the Flemmish part, extremely interested in Brazilian girls..eh, in girls in general! He was nice..told us some love-stories from his life! inside his car everything was red! like in porno-videos, i thought..but there were some cute flowers and small moose:) he also told us terrible stories about mooses on the roads of Norway. One had hit his car. When we arrived to Lillehammer, we went out and saw the mark from this moose...scary!
Lillehammer is a typical Norwegian town. Very-very slow...with special 2-floor wooden houses, main street called Storgata (The Big Street) which width is a couple of meters...everywhere is symbolics of Olympics, inside small shops photos from that games...No people on Sunday evening at the streets. Small river, a lot of cosy lights, forrest..
At 7 we decided to go back...After 1 hour finally we were lucky and we found one person who went to Oslo. It turned out that the man who was driving worked for UN! he worked in Eritrea, Lebanon and now he will be an international observer in Georgia. We talked about trust,tolerance, war, peace, religion, nationalism..many serious things. And then he told us that people should learn how to remember only good things. It was unforgettable experience...
and it's so easy to create somethig like this. You don't need money, you just need you and your friend maybe. And good people at your way!
Teach, Learn, Share
I can teach you to cook some dishes from Russian cuisine. Actually maybe they are not 100% Russian traditional ones - more my grandmother's :))
Also i am open to any psycholgical help..if you need somebody to talk to, it can be me..
yes, besides i can teach Mathematics, English and Economics!
Countries I’ve Visited
Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland
Countries I’ve Lived In
Norway, Russian Federation