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Just discover the world, nothing but transcend over myself
Is hard to say everything about myself in few words, i may say that, If you can meet someone, you really do it at the very moment you're sharing face to face with him or her. Anyways, this might help those who like to know about me:
I'm someone who loves learning, learn about all what happens, I mean from living, from people, from time, from everything. instead of create for ourselves rigid tought structures like prejudices and extreme positions imposible to rethink.
Is important to know about everything you can, in that way you can understand people, different human groups and cultures, in that way I think is possible to achieve some peace. Not by killing those who are different to us, therefore different to "western world".
I just want to believe in art and poetry, I'm against those who make us unhappy and conformists. human nature means go further. I still keep my believes even though our societies says the opposite: "kill your ideals, become someone productive, or be excluded".
Thanks for reading!! My english is a bit rusty! I didn't write in a while, so, my sincere apologie.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Thanks to this project, I discovered a very valuable community of people who want to break free and take their lives on thier bare hands by traveling and facing some other different cultures. I'm starting a new trip to Bazil. In some way, even though I'll do it by my own, I'm not feeling alone on this trip.
Books, jazz music, movies, traveling, hiking, meet people.
Music, Movies, and Books
My Favorite Directors: Godard, Truffault, Tarantino, Scorsese, Kusturica, Lynch, Orson Welles.
My favorite Tv series: Cowboy Bebop
My favorite Musician: Michel Camilo
My favorite sax player: John Coltrane & Paquito de Rivera
My favorite band: The Seatbels
My favorite Author(s): Hermman Hesse, G.W Goethe, Fernando Pessoa, Umberto Eco, José Saramago, orge Luis Borges, Alejo Carpentier, Octavio Paz.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
It's so amaizing that I can't even dare to talk about it heheheh. (I'm not picking on you, it's true!!)
Teach, Learn, Share
I Play sax.
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Uruguay
Countries I’ve Lived In