“Living in Finland was very cozy. In a way,  it was living in an ‘automatic pilot’ mode. Everything is so organized and you feel like you are a part of big matrix. For me, living in such a matrix was a little bit like having a ‘mental axe’ that was hovering over my head. That was one of the reasons I moved to Tel Aviv. Here there is a different matrix: it’s less organized and coherent then Finland, but you have a feeling it’s an organized chaos – in a good way. if I need to live in a matrix, I prefer it to be the Tel Avivian one.”

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