ccording to my mother, I’ve always been an inquisitive child. This could be given as the reason I was born three weeks too early. And although the doctors had said all would go smoothly, my mother almost died then, so I was already a bit troublesome child.
When I was four years old, my parents decided I should go to primary school. Oh boy, creepy that was, all those strange kids staring at me, in this weird place they called “school”. But it turned out pretty well after a while, I discovered how great reading books was and together with building LEGO things, it became my greatest hobby.
This continued for eight years. It soon became clear I was (one of) the best in my class and at the end of the primary school, it was clear I would go to grammar school. That was a whole lot different from primary school, but luckily, seven other people from my old school went with me. When I was in third class, I discovered Santharia and thought I could create something too. And I guess I’ve succeeded pretty well in that.
I’m now at a point of choice in my life, not knowing which direction to take yet: “Nature and Technology” or “Society and Economy”. But I’ll hope I’ve made up my mind before the end of the year.