An Introduction of a Dream

Welcome to my special place I hope you can feel it like yours. I am Mikel, a seventeen years old guy who is coursing his second year of Philosophy in the college. I'm from Galicia, north of Spain, but I moved to Mexico four years ago with my parents. No, I'm not a dummy, my grammar sucks for obvious reasons. Some people think that I am a good listener and a comprehensive person, maybe they are right. Though, I am a temperamental person; I’m so sensitive and I’m always in opposites extremes depending of the circumstances.

My favorite music genre is electronic, especially trance, but I can listen to everything depending of the occasion. Soccer is my favorite sport; I was part of a team, but someone broke my ankle and I had to take a break… I got lazy, and I'm still taking a break, but I go to swim twice a week. I love to read; actually I read the most of the time. and when I’m not reading it is because I’m writing. I don’t have awesome hobbies; I have started a collection of old books recently, and I own a nice collection of mythological gods, almost fifty little statues. I like art; specially surrealism and modern art.

I’m the type of person who believes that anybody has an absolute truth being the type of individual who is scared by dogmatisms. Therefore, I am not married with an ideology or a belief; I’m just exploring the world of the knowledge and feelings. In my trip I have found that I can learn a lot from other peoples thought, and I have found that each mind could be an inner universe, a wonderful universe worthy of being known. If you use to brag about your awesome knowledge an experience come with proves please, otherwise please live me alone, I do not need boastings around me.

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Some of my Favorite books are:
The Stranger by Camus, The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Kundera, Nausea by Sartre, The Trial by Kafka, Flowers of Evil by Baudelaire, Dune series by Herbert, Drow Elf series by Salvatore, Madame Bovary by Flaubert, Crime and Punishment by Dostoyevsky, War and Peace by Tolstoy, Decameron by Boccaccio, The Man in the Iron Mask by Dumas, Orthodoxy by Chesterton, The Jealous Husband by Molière, Being and Time by Heidegger, and The Seducer's Diary by Kierkegaard.

Some of my favorite films are:
Requiem for a Dream by Aronofsky, Fight Club by David Fincher, Pi Faith in Chaos by Aronofsky, 8 1/2 Women by Greenaway, La Tigre e la Neve by Benigni, Dreams by Kurosawa, Dobermann by Jan Kounen, Left Luggage by Jeroen Krabbé, The Wind Will Carry Us by Abbas Kiarostami, Dogville by Lars von Trier, La Dolce Vita by Benigni, and Waking Life by Richard Linklater.