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  • Cities and countries I have visited

    I've been in Ireland and in Paris.
    I lived 1 year at Rome.
    I visited 5 times Florence.
    I visited Prague.

  • My interests in other cultures

    I want know more of food, history and monuments of other country. I'm very open mind. I can teach you some italian recip.

  • My proudest accomplishments

    I work for a big company, In two years, I went from accountant to administrative manager.

    I studied History at university, and now I'm studing economic at university.

  • Favourite books/authors/films

    I really enjoy reading and watching TV series on Netflix. Although I currently have very little time for either. I have read and really enjoyed the books of Dan Brown and Ken Follett.

  • Something uncommon about me

    I have a sense of humor and I'm a bit lazy (classic us Italians 😆 ).
    I don't like cleaning at home but living alone I am obliged to do it, I would like to become a teacher and live in the countryside or in a forest.
    We can keep in touch here, by email, on telegram or whatsapp. I used to have IG but spent whole hours on it so I decided to uninstall the app, I rarely get on it.

  • I always enjoy talking about...

    Videogames, books, nature, permaculture, film, tv series, music, etc
    We can talk about anything. I like to know a few phrases of a new language. For example, I learned how to introduce myself in Polish.

  • I'm excited about...

    I think I need to limit my online play a bit. I am always excited to play xbox especially call of duty warzone.
    I'm generally a people person (although I do have some trouble forming stable relationships) and I'm always excited to meet new people.

  • My opinion on human nature

    we are born and we die alone.
    I can say that I'm a bit of a nihilist, definitely not inclined to follow rules that I don't think are right.

  • I'm an expert at...

    I have studied plants and food forests out of my own interest. I am very passionate about technology and anything to do with math and history.

  • A personal challenge

    My biggest challenges were two: leaving home after graduating high school, becoming responsible at work before I was 25.

  • Living abroad for one year

    I would have loved to live abroad and never say never. With rationality, it would be very difficult right now.

  • Making the world a better place

    Educate people and develop empathy for other people. I don't think any person should be left behind. I'm always very aware of everything about people who are disabled, poor, marginalized. I would love to start volunteering and helping people.

  • Personal skills

    I think I am not wrong in stating that I have a flair for anything that requires mathematical logic and the art of calculation. However, I believe that empathy and sensitivity are my greatest "skills".

  • Childhood pleasures

    Spending a lot of time with my grandfather, who raised me as if I were his own son. He is now 90 years old and I love him very much.

  • 10 years from now

    I hope to have become an economics teacher and live in nature.
    I would still like to become a better person and have less of an impact on the environment, so I hope that in 10 years I will be producing a lot less waste than I do today.

  • It was better before

    You always think there is something better than the past. If I had the opportunity to meet a person 300 years old, he would find something positive about today.

    An Ancient Egyptian Priest 2000 a-C :

    "Our world has reached a critical stage, kids no longer listen to their parents. The end of the world cannot be far off."

    Hesiod ancient Greek poet 720 BC. :

    " There is no longer any hope for the future of our country if the youth of today takes power tomorrow; for this youth is insufferable, without restraint, terrible."

    SOCRATES ancient Greek philosopher 470 B.C. :

    "Our youth loves luxury, is rude, mocks authority and has no respect for elders.
    Today's children are tyrants, they do not get up when an old man enters a room. They respond badly to their parents, in a word, they are bad."

  • It is better now

    Fortunately, the world is moving forward and evolving, today many rights are recognized (I'm thinking of the LGBTQ+ community, the abolition of apartheid, etc.).