...not me!

Ladies and Gentlemen, I am feeling good. Thanks God, the Valentines Day has passed, I went to 3030 with my friends and we had wonderful night. Tonight we are going for a concert Rock ko Fol group from Sarajevo. I am looking forward to it.

I still feel on the inside very much like a teenager. The fact of the matter is I don't know how to grow up, and it seems like everyone around me already has. People love with calculations, what is there for them, not me. I love with all my heart.

The whole thing about career... You are running after career, you want to take the opportunity become the boss, manager, senior analyst or whatever you're striving for ... not me. I am a simple computer programmer. The coder.

The part of the success at work is the experience of spending on average one to two hours a day commuting: car, train, bus... not me. I am 20 minutes door to door, from my home to work.

You work in the office from eight until six, watching the clock, wishing the morning away so you could go to lunch, wishing the afternoon away so you could go home... not me. I enjoy my work, I am good at what I do.

And at home, you collapse on a couch watching CNN until you start snoring. Ha, the weekends are actually worse because that's when everything that didn't get done during the week had to be done. You know, the kid's stuff... not me. I have no such obligations, I have no cable, I don't watch TV in the last 6 years.

Your vision of happiness is related to success. Not for me... I see happiness on the moments when I have no feeling of "myself", when my eyes shine bright and when my vision is so clear. It last for awhile and then it is gone. I fall again in daily stupidities.

It does not matter where do you live, all over the world there is this feeling that something is deeply wrong with the world. An unnamed busyness keeps you disconnected from the simplicity of life. Not me. I have all the time of this world for myself. I actually do not know what to do with my free time.

The world is run by big corporations; they want economic growth at all costs producing stress, depression and apathy for the rest. You work hard just to pay monthly bills.

I have wondered about the people who run the corporations? They are also humans but they are not humans. They are apart from human nature. They posses (or are possessed) by mentality of a predatory spirit who embodies greed; their gluttony and selfishness transformed them into a predatory monsters.

The corporations run this planet by employing tactics of division, celebrating wants and artificial needs for general consumption, creating mass poverty and fear as a system of control. And you fall for it. You buy stuff that you don't need.

According to the statistics... In the last 15 years, the average Canadian home has grown from 1,000 square feet to almost 2,500 square feet. The Canadians consume twice as many food and material goods today as they did 50 years ago. All while carrying, on average, nearly $15,000 in credit-card debt... not me. I live in 550 sq feet apartment and I have no debt.