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The curious case of Fernando Pessoa

‘Ever since I was a child, I have had the tendency to create a fictitious world around me, to surround myself with friends and acquaintances who never existed. (I don’t know, of course, if they didn’t really exist or if

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It's all learning and teaching to me!!! In addition I love writing, sports, social media and the Greek island Crete, my second home!!!

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‘We‘re splinters & mosaics; not, as they used to hold, immaculate, monolithic, consistent wholes’, wrote Virginia Woolf in her diary. Are we really just a collection of “splinters and mosaics”? Welcome to my collection!!!