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Overview

  • 3 References 2 Confirmed & Positive
  • Fluent in Danish, English, Norwegian; learning German, Nepali
  • 25, Male
  • Member since 2013
  • Medical student
  • Medicine
  • No hometown listed
  • Profile 95% complete

About Me

CURRENT MISSION

To learn more about how the body and the mind work on each other and other people in order to help.

ABOUT ME

Friendly, open, curious, and tolerant.

PHILOSOPHY

Be conscious about what you do in order to do your best.
Everybody wants love. Smile to others and they will smile back.
You don´t control what will happen to you but you do control how you want to react to difficult events.

Do exactly what you want to as long as it doesn´t hurt others.

Why I’m on Couchsurfing

To meet people, both as a guest and as a host, from all around the world since we´re all connected with the human bond.

Interests

Getting to know others, helping others, improving myself (Physically, but mostly mentally), the mind, and the body.
I do quite a lot of volunteer work, read a lot (Physics, psychology, biology, philosophy, and fiction as well.), exercise, and then I am a vegetarian.

  • vegetarian
  • exercise
  • volunteer work
  • socializing
  • biology
  • physics
  • psychology
  • volunteering

Music, Movies, and Books

Books:
"Man´s search for Meaning" by Victor E. Frankl.
"To become somebody" by John B. Simon.
"50 psychology classics" by Tom Butler-Bowdon
"The Field" by Lynne McTaggart.
"Painting the Darkness" by Robert Goddard.
"The Da Vinci Code" by Dan Brown.
"The Kiterunner" by Khaled Husseini
Movies:
"Shawshank Redemption"
"Run Forrest run"
"Submarino" by Thomas Vinterberg
"The Hunt"

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

Stayed at an orphanage for 8 weeks.

Teach, Learn, Share

You can´t control external events, but you can control how you feel and react to say an serious illness.

Do your best.
Try not to focus on how it looks, but instead focus on how it really is: No meaning in having huge muscles if you can´t do anything w. them, no meaning in having a big, beautiful house if your family life isn´t functioning well.

What I Can Share with Hosts

My experiences both as a student, a traveller and as a human in generel.

Countries I’ve Visited

Cuba

Countries I’ve Lived In

Denmark, Nepal

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