Today’s Question by Aart Hilal

Your work does not seem to be engaged with any sort of political or ideological group. Would it be correct to assume that you don’t really have a commitment with any particular group, or is it me that can’t read between the lines?
My literature is totally committed with a new political attitude – man in search of his own identity. It does not talk about the old and used up process of the right/left but there is a revolution that is slowly setting up and that the press doesn’t seem to have detected it yet.
If I had to sum up the whole idea in only one expression, I’d say that the new political attitude for our era is to “die alive.” In other words, being aware and participating of things until the day we die – something that does not occur very often – people end up dying for the world on the day they renounce their dreams. After that, he/she departs to a journey like Ulysses did, accepting his challenges and knowing that sometimes he will have to fight alone but understanding he indeed reflects the entire human race.