Next to all that, these days I also do storytelling. The stage is at Mezrab, which is a friendly atmosphere, and here I try to tell the stories and experiences which have all been cooped up in my head all this time. As a writer, I do write them down first and then read them out to the people. I find I cannot just keep them in my head and tell them that way as it all just becomes so jumbled and chaotic… there is just too much in there, or maybe too little. And though I am actually scared of crowds, it is my way to training myself to be around people, and accept them being different from me.



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