A great poet once said that one should not write unless he had something to tell. That is why I've never tried writing unless I felt I had to.
I don't expect much, for my technique is still rough, but inside I feel the fire and the thirst of knowledge and change. For the utmost power is knowledge, and the best kind of freedom is freedom of mind and spirit(but so hard to gain). As I said, I don't expect much for I know I have so little experience of life. But time will tell, as it always has.
Major influences...If I were to describe myself, I would put me in the same pot I was put by birth and chance. I wasn't able to deny the society that gave me life(as many did), and remained part of it with most of my nature. As I must say my influences were many and diverse, begining with Eminescu, Eliade, Blaga, but also with great 'foreign' minds as Nietsche, Socrates, Milton, Tolstoi and so many others. Perhaps it's not the writing itself that influenced me, but the ideas stated. I learned to see world in a skeptical way but not despise, nor judge, but hope that change will come, and maybe I will be part of it. For each individual has to bear the responsability of the world we live into, however small, poor, dim or bright he is, he still represents a part of this great 'mechanism' (as so unproperly said).
It's easy to write when you don't think anyone will ever read. For you uncover a piece of you. One of your own choice.