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Fond of venturing outside the box
From my perspective, in the real world everything happens for a reason. For a good reason I was born on Lake Baikal, married a wildlife biologist, and after graduating from the high school got the job in the Lab for Mathematical Climate Modeling at the Pacific Institute of Geography of the Russian Academy of Science. For a good reason I left Vladivostok for Altai to work in the Altai State Nature Reserve for two years and upon coming back joined the field project on the Amur leopard monitoring. Such was my communication with nature.
Moreover, I was involved into the development of environmental grassroots in the Russian Far East (some people at that time called this region Wild East) being at different times a grant manager for five small grants programs, a deputy head and a head of ISAR (the Institute of Soviet American Relations). Today I work for WWF Russia.
I always keep learning new skills as I believe that it is just the beginning, and that the most undreamt of things are still to happen.
Quick round of questions:
In winter when it is snowing endlessly (and not windy).
In spring the sensation of life.
In summer it is the sea.
In the fall it is when you are walking in the patchworky forest and the leaves are whispering under your feet.
Yet, in general the happiness is the life itself.