Who I am and why I call myself an artist.
I was born in 1964 and I had been living in Pordenone until I went to Bologna to study English and French at the local university. I graduated in Modern Foreign Languages and Literature in 1991 and got the correspondent secretary degree in English at the School for Interpreters and Translators in 1994.
[…] A spiritual attitude, something quite different from religiosity, which is based on the observance of practices and ideas handed down by divine order, is the willingness to grasp what goes beyond ordinary experience. It is the ability to see the extraordinary in the ordinary, therefore even a non believer can have a spiritual life, as long as s/he does not hide behind preconceived ideas, which make noticicing anything other than what is considered possible totally impossible. Is this not a definition of creativity?
None of the named companies has ever paid me to advertise their products or has ever provided me with any material for free; for this reason I do not indicate any reference site, since the material I am talking about can be easily found on the web in various stores. What follows is the list of material that I experimented with over the years.
Fibromyalgia. A word that can be scary for those who know little about it. A word that has no effect on those who do not know it. A word that evokes pain and difficulties of all kinds in those who know it. Yet it is only a word. A word like many others, more terrible, more definitive and worrying words which are said in doctors' offices.