martedì, giugno 28, 2005

Who am I?

Ouch! What a philosophical question! Someone just recently posed that question as a comment to one of my blog-entries. He also asked what I'm doing at the Vatican.

Ok. First things first: I'm not at the Vatican. It's not entirely false, though, since I used to be a seminarian living in Rome.

But since I am now an ex-seminarian, and Italy is not my country of origin, I am pretty much never at the Vatican anymore (unless I go there on vacation, which I don't, since I have close to no money).

Who am I?
I am a proud faithful-to-the-magisterium catholic. I am a resident of Gothenburg, Sweden. I am not as good as I pretend at philosophy and the Italian language. I am chronically incapable of finding new friends (especially of the other half of the human race), probably since I consider Church and God and stuff like that to be the most important thing in life. I am also childishly fond of telling people how illogical I find protestantism. But I try not to be to harsch.
That's pretty much me.
btw, I didn't know there were other people than myself and one or two friends that read my blog. If there are others, please let me know, and tell me wha kind of (catholicism or other-themed) posts you'd like to see!

3 commenti:

Veriphile ha detto...

I read your blog because you linked to my blog from yours. You also posted one of my articles and one of my friend's articles on your blog.

I wanted to see who it was that linked to my blog. That's how I found you. Since I speak only English, I will say that I can't read most of it, although sometimes I get the gist.

Also, posting on the internet means that anyone can read what you write. It is never completely private. So don't say anything you don't want known!

If it's not intruding, why did you decide to become a seminarian and why are you one no longer?

Thanks for answering!

Veriphile ha detto...

Also, how did you find my blog?

Symeon ha detto...

A friend of mine linked to it, I think. Or maybe I did a search... :P