Very marked by the deaths of his father and his grandmother, partly linked to the Covid, he says he is getting used to their absence by cultivating “the joy of the present time”. Enjoying his wife and two children, taking care of his garden and his animals, sliding on the waves are all opportunities to connect to simple pleasures, related to nature. He is inspired in this by the Norwegian philosopher Arne Naess (1912-2009), author of the book Ecology, community and lifestyle and presented as the founder of deep ecology (“deep ecology”). Neither a believer nor an atheist, he defines himself rather as an agnostic, amazed by nature.
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