Books in all the aspects, from imagining the story to creating it, from reading them to preserving. Photography as my own personal way to imagine a story behind each face I see.
Ever since I started writing, in the elementary school, I was presented different types of possible failures, even from my parents. The external attempts to make me aware that I have all the chances not to be a talent are those I instinctively fight and they somehow motivate me. But how about the ones that are inside? The ones that keep you staring at a blank page and not being able to think about anything else but restrictions? Those I find most dangerous and have a hard time fighting with. And they are generated in all shapes: like when I registered to this site and my first thought was that I could never make such a difference in the world to receive an invitation to this type of outstanding reunion as TED. So I came to believe that it is much harder to fight the demons inside, that undermine the trust and the creative flow, that set you off the path of art (no matter its shape) than to actually create something.
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