Andrej Nosov on the play “Little things that mean life”: All violence will stop when we ourselves are better people
– Our society is tolerant of different forms of violence. From the one at home, through the media, all the way to the hidden one that we don’t even recognize. People don’t even seem important to us, we easily label them, reject them, then accept them, then glorify them, then trample on them. In fact, we do not value life. We don’t know who lives next to us, we don’t believe that it makes sense to do anything together, and thus we wait for a miracle to happen, disenfranchised. We are the ones who have to change, we have to start that process, maybe first in the small space that exists. Now, while terrible things are being said about the LGBTIQ population to which I myself belong, in addition to the terrible feeling of hearing it or not hearing anything from much of the world, I wonder if some boy in some small town in Serbia feels, who is about to tells someone about his sexuality. That awful feeling of loneliness among people, that violence with a smile on their faces, that cruelty towards those who are weaker, that’s something that disturbs me – says Andrej Nosov in an interview with Danas.
Source: Dnevni list Danas by www.danas.rs.
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