I have a morning ritual: coffee, cigarettes and playing spider solitaire on the computer. It helps to get my thoughts going and bring memories to the surface. I also write my diary in the mornings, and the stories that come back to me, even from way back, end up in the diary.
It keeps changing. I usually use the Internet to search for music. Lately I’ve been listening to Amy Winehouse a lot.
Mostly messages from Jesus and Mary. Right now I’m rereading The Life of Milarepa.
I like the Adriatic and Italy.
I cook regularly. I prefer to buy take-away and eat at home than in a restaurant.
I rarely read magazines. I prefer looking at pictures and I do that on the Internet too.
Trousers with side pockets.
I’ve got a wardrobe full of such clothes.
Yes I do. There are some I’d love to buy back.
I do that already with the people that I’d like to. And it would also be nice to have a drink and chat with Gábor Bódy.
I think every boy thinks of his father as one role model even if he’s not aware of it at the time. I realised at the age of 50 how many things my father was right about.
In my teens and at college I was influenced each year by a different person. I think this period of idolisation lasts until the age of 25 or so.
But If I had to pick one person, it would be János Baksa Soós.
To search for God.
Yes. I ‘ve got some unfinished paintings from earlier, but they”ll also be finished some day.