I am a polymath and a SOAS student.
You know you can work in an artistic field as much as in a scientific field.
However, as a polymath I do not want to work in an artistic field and work in a scientific field. I wish to create something that is bigger than that, and that encompasses everything. It is not only about tackling scientific matters in an artist way nor that it is about tackling artistic matters in a scientific way. It is actually about bringing those fields together, bridging these fields so that they can become one.
As a polymath, I do not want to create an artistic project for a scientific purpose. I do not want to create a scientific project for an artistic purpose.
What I believe is important is creating a union, this bridge that I keep talking about. I want to have an impact everywhere.
As I also said, when you are a SOAS student you feel that the world is only too small so that you can have a great impact. People and organisations give you the power to be and do what you are willing to accomplish, because you actually can.
Knowing that you still have a lot to learn is magnificent, at the same time scary but challenging, risky, concrete, motivating.
When I say scary, I am scared as a small tiny human being facing the whole world. But this opening door is just too tempting to remain half open. As I said, again, the world is only too small so that you can accomplish great endeavours.
I believe I have to thank my parents to have allowed me to be that SOAS student, that polymath person, running after her dreams constituting parts of the bigger dream of peace.
Peace may be reachable through bridging.
Bridging bridging. We need bridged people, bridging people as we can be bridges between nations and continents, between fields and emotions, a bridge within the negotiations, a bridge.
Remember when I was saying I would write the manifesto of my revolution. It is starting now. These notes will be included.