We are aging and beyond this certainty and its everyday observation, we were a young man, a child, a baby. When I meet someone of a certain age, programmed by the innate and shaped by the acquired, I try to feel its coherence between his youth, his crazy desires, his innocence, his credulity and the personality before me. As often […]
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