My name is André, and I study human geography with analysis for policy at Stockholm University. My second major is will presumably be political science with a more international flare.
As a person I am analytical, introvert, a definatly a Deep personality. But do not worry, since if I connect with you I became quiet social rather quicky.
I have an interest in philosophical questions, policies and minimalism. It would be great finding someone who is interested in these existential questions and deeper talk, since I do love these deeper conversations and it is rare to encounter in our everyday lives.
The internet is a great place to find people whom to befriend and discuss with. I find myself being a rather conservative person in some areas. I think family values is something to hold dear, and that its devaluation in our times is negative for society.
Italy (Rome and Venice)
France (Paris and Nice)
Portugal (Lisbon,Paredes and Coimbra)
England (London and Brighton)
Denmark (Marienlyst, Copenhagen)
I am somewhat an old soul. I listen to Music that most people in my age and country do not.
I refrain from alcohol and drugs 100%. Also I am deeper than most, I crave profoundness and other dimensions than what we regularly interact with.
I find it difficult to relate a whole lot to the people I meet in everyday Life, so being here hopefully makes a difference, Deep Connections and interesting conversations.
Times are changing and so is the world, thus it is no easy task saying exactly where I will be in 10 years, although I hope and work towards a good and stable future, with my health present, security and possibly having a family of my own.
I want to aquire new knowledge and widen my horizons and not step on the on the same path for all too long, since life is worth more than that. It is crucial to be realistic, but also to try having a positive outlook.
I find Iphones, US popular culture and status symbols in general to be overrated while on the other hand living a simple life, true love, good health and other simple things to be the opposite.
The divorce rate was significantly lower, just as the influence from negative parts of contemporary popular culture. People were sticking together more and depression amongst youth (at least in my country) were lower.
There are things with our times that are better, but that does not imply that everything is better today (at least in my personal opinion)
I enjoy talking about life and in perticular why we live, what is the meaning of life and also about different matters in society such as morality and how it is persued and practiced in different countries in daily life.
I am interested in politics, minimalism and documentaries. I am really fond of international information, about many other countries and how things are there.
Recently I saw a movie at the cinema, a documentary named ''push'' which is about how working class people are being pushed out of their neighbourhoods due to investment companies buying up property and raising rents. I can talk to you a lot about this issue
The internet, although it is rather a two sided phenomenon. The internet has allowed people to meet across borders and cultures, but the internet, social media, smartphones and similar devices pose a problem and that is addiction which is negative.
I believe the positive part is now people can meet friends, their love of their life just a click away ( maybe not that easy, but the internet can work as a tool )
The internet has also increased polarization, the tone in online debates is often very rude but the internet has with its diversity also allowed people to share their opinions with less fear of being subjected to violence
*Completely turning around my grades in one year
*Starting to exercise (gym, long walks and running)
''Sorrounded by idiots'' (Thomas Eriksson)
''Factfullness'' (Hans Rosling)
''Push'' (documentary film about the problems of the housing market)
''Take stance for a meaningful life'' (Svend Brinkmann)
I am being realistic! With fighting, determination the outcome will be better
Quitting university, but I am back again! With rationalizations in the labour market, automation and bad working conditions we have to be rational and realistic ourselves and see reality for what it acutally is.