I was always interested in political affairs. Through a deeper understanding of our system, I slowly began to lose hope in democracy. I studied alternative ways of political philosophies, praised the idea of anarcho-capitalism, and swept through the articles of alternative forms of governance. To finally realise that democracy is the best we have at this moment, and it is necessary for us, as citizens, to work on it and actively participate in it. Building on my marketing experience from the IT environment, in the Institute team, where I take care of relevant content and manage social networks. I have found myself in a sphere in which I see meaning and hope in societal change as a whole, as in the words of Václav Havel: Hope is not the conviction that something will turn out well but the certainty that something makes sense, regardless of how it turns out.” I like to go on the path of self-awareness at the level of physical and mental planes, overcome my own limits as I rise to the top of the mountains and explore my thoughts. I am seeking inspiration in contemporary art and I find creativity over a cup of green tea.