what is god for you?
mig. in the video you were asked what god is for you. is there something you wish to add?
pg. not really, when you talk about something so deep i think is important to answer exactly what comes to your mind; it is the most honest opinion you can give.
mig. is the word god controversial for you? if yes why?
pg. not really, my relationship with god is between the two of us; nobody can make such a personal thing controversial.
mig. do you think of religion when you hear the word god? if yes, why?
pg. not really, i think about something that came before religion, a necessity to believe in something; religion came after, in a sense it is just like a fan club.
mig. do you believe everything happens for a reason, or are we the reason why things happen?
pg. i think that i like to tell myself that everything happens for a reason so that it is easier to cope with everything; it takes the responsibility away from you.
mig. define love. what does love mean for you?
pg. love is like a lottery, one day you think you have it all, and then two seconds after that you think you have lost it all; so i think in that sense it's about giving yourself up completely, not just in a physical way but in all other aspects, and the person who receives your love can do whatever they want with it. It’s scary if you think about it.
mig. do you think love is something all life forms share?
mig. what in your opinion can make a relationship last a whole lifetime?
pg. to be honest i have not been in very long relationship so i don't know the answer; for what i see around me, in my family, in the people i know, it took admiration for each other and interesting discussion and of course sex; it's an evolution. anyway, i think this question is like asking me if I liked a movie when they are still showing the opening titles... come back and ask me in twenty years.
mig. what have you learned about life so far?
pg. it is an everyday journey; i've had the time to make decisions and learn from them; that is what life has taught me, when you make a decision you stick to it. so i am very lucky in the sense that i have always been able to make my own decisions.
mig. how would you describe us/humanity today?
pg. i think we have a lot of things to change and i don't see that the youth are ready for this change; five years ago i used to be quiet revolutionary but now i don't think that i will live to see a transformation of the world into a better place.
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