I'm Amir Hossein Alesheikh. I'm an Iranian young architecture student, Looking for new things and new ideas. I'm an open world Geek and i love Openness!
I have really high creativity point, And that makes me want to explode! Specially when as you may know we are not allowed to have much ideas around here on my country :)
An idea worth spreading
Imagine if suddenly all governments and all the people that rules or make rules suddenly disappear. What would happened?
As an anarchist, I believe that would be a disaster. (Surprised? :) )
Anarchism is all about the culture of doing things voluntarily. And beside it, It say in that point there would be no rule necessary. So "no government" is a consequence of that culture, Not the cause.
But that culture is a great ideal. So many people thinks that we are not going even close to that ideal. And some people wants to help this culture to be made/
But when i studied a little i found that we are going to reach that point quickly as you cannot imagine.
So My idea is that even if we don't help it, or even we don't want to help it, We are unintentionally reaching that point that we may find ourselves in an ideal (to anarchisms) world.
I'm passionate about
Art, Architecutre, Designing, Beauties, Openness, teaching and freedom!
Talk to me about
Architecture, Designing, Openworld, Iran, Freedom, Openness, Sharing, English, Teaching and studying
People don't know I'm good at
Profiling, Understanding human emotions, Analyzing, mind storm, Managing ideas and Creative management
My TED story
I first introduced to TEDtalks trough on of my genius friends. And after a while, just out of curiosity i started watching some of ted talks.
After a while i started using this awesome opensource software called Gpodder and Using that software i managed to not to miss even one of the tedtalks that where shared on the TED.com since. I downloaded some of the old talks through torrents. And since then my life changed a lot and it still does... ( A LOT).
So i spread ideas. I share what i find interesting in my blog, on my twitter account and on my facebook wall and groups in the facebook.
I love TED!