I have recently come to terms with the fact that its ok to answer “nothing” to the question “what do you do”. Most of my life everyone around me said: “Bruno, you have to do something, you have to be someone, you have to do this and that, you have to be this and that.” You are what you do, they said. Our jobs make us proud, gives us honor, makes us decent people, if…"Nothing"
While in Germany I learned many valuable things, I learned that there’s not only one solution to a problem, there are infinite. I learned to think outside the box, I learned to be resourceful, I learned to ask for help if I needed it. I learned to give and receive. I learned it’s ok not to work or study. It’s ok to be different. It’s ok to be yourself. And I learned something about myself…"Germany"
I arrived in Spain on November 12th, 2005 with too much luggage and a mess in my head. I was going to meet my father for the first time in a long time and I would have to live with him (and talk to him). That was something I wasn’t entirely comfortable with, and by not entirely comfortable I mean that it scared the s**t out of me. But I knew I had to do…"Spain"
Boy: So, how did you guys meet each other? Bruno: In Japan couple of years ago. Boy: Oh, cool, what were you doing in Japan? Bruno: Not much, just relaxing. Boy: Just relaxing? Not working or studying? Girl: I love it when you say “just relaxing” so casually. Boy: Relaxing in Japan? What are you rich? Bruno: Yeah, I’m rich. Boy: Lucky you! Bruno: Lucky me! Boy: Japan is expensive. Bruno: Really? have you ever…"Midnight humor"