I don’t have any intention to give this blog a political character – however given my huge fanbase ;), my incomparable quest for freedom and mostly because of the fact I have Iranian friends and family in law, I wanted to draw attention to the situation in Iran – all little bits help.
A 22-year old girl -Mahsa Amini- died after she got beaten up by the so called morality police of the Iranian regime, because her hijab wasn’t properly covering her hair. After years of suppression, this was the final drop for the people of Iran. People are in the streets, risking their lives for freedom. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-62986057
As said, I don’t want to make this blog political at all, but I do want freedom for everyone on this planet and I support all people that try to achieve it.
I'm the father of three amazing kids. I coparent in a peaceful way with their fantastic mom and I'm in a LAT-relationship with a superstrong Persian girl, who also brings another wonderful daughter into the family.
I love sports, but somehow my body aged a lot faster than my boyish mind and it's not exactly like wine-aging. Injuries piled up since the age of 16, but I'm still not giving up at the age of 43 now.
In life I've had my share I think/hope :) and when time is ripe, I will probably share bits and pieces, but the most important thing is that I always try to stay positive and bounce back (which doesn't aaaalways work out well).
I've changed a lot in my life in my pursuit of happiness, but probably I didn't tackle my main problem: I don't feel free. This blog will be about life and the path to freedom. With a description of attempts, failures and hopefully successes.
Thanks for reading!
ps: writing anonymously for a couple of reasons, but always willing to reveal my identity in private message if for some reason this would be needed.
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