What are you most curious about in life?
Life has many wonderful things that attract our curiosity and attention, for me it is imagination and creativity.
George Bernard Shaw said “Imagination is the beginning of creation. You imagine what you desire, you will what you imagine, and at last. You create what you will.”
Albert Einstein said ” Imagination is everything, and it evokes the attractions of life. Imagination is more important than knowledge.
What are the failures that you most cherish?
Yes, I have failed, but it does not matter; everybody fails and failure is hard for everybody. But just because you failed in the past doesn’t mean you are doomed in the present.
The important thing is to learn lessons and compensate with remarkable success later on.
“Failure Is The Key To Success”
If you could go back five years, what advice would you give your younger self?
The first advice “The knowledge has no limitations, so always be hungry for knowledge and discover new things.”
The second advice “Don’t miss any opportunity to award, yourself and others, with happiness.”
The third advice “Don’t always look back, look forward.”
What do you do outside of the work environment?
Many things, such as watching TV, hanging out with friends to walk and have fun, surfing delightful websites, using WhatsApp for chatting with family and friends, and doing some Swedish exercises.
What is the most courageous thing you have done in your life?
I’m a peaceful person by nature, but with active character, and I have some courage when it comes to important situations in my life. The most courageous thing I have done in my life is when I have decided to immigrate to Australia to settle down there. Oh my God, it was a difficult decision, but it was the right decision at that time.
What is your favourite film/series and why?
Hugo (2011- Canada), Director: Martin Scorsese, Story by Brian Selznick. Awards: Academy Award for Best Production Design.
The movie is based on a true story “about the filmmaker and SFX pioneer Georges Méliès”
Classified under the Fantasy genre, this movie is still lifelike, elegant, and full with an innocence that’s lacking in many modern kids’ movies. It emanates unabashed love for the magic of cinema. They applied the best cinematography techniques that I have never seen for a long time.