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Flaka Latifi: Love yourself, do not compare yourself with others

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Flaka Latifi Utopian Magazine

Flaka Latifi is an actor, known for The Hill Where Lionesses Roar (2021) and Adelina (2019).

What turns you on creatively, spiritually or emotionally?
Positive energy and things that are attractive, challenging, unknown, and also slightly dangerous are what motivate and ignite me.

What turns you off?
Negativity or bad energy, irresponsible people, also I don’t like when there is no cooperation and understanding. 

What is your favorite virtue?
My favorite virtues are courage, self-confidence and positive energy for work.

What Is Your Purpose in Life?
My main goal in life is to always be at peace with myself, to love people and to keep my feet on the ground even after achieving everything I wish for. 

Are you ready to fight for a cause? Which one?
I am ready to fight any cause towards professional and life goals and achievements.

You want to keep reinventing yourself?
Every day I feel more different than today, so if you ask me the same question tomorrow, I do not believe I will answer the same. There are many things that affect me day after day and I am open to changes. I am open to learning new things, fulfilling in every aspect, I never say that I will never do something certain because you never know what the future has to offer. I want to learn as much as possible, to change for the better, but without ever losing the little Flaka I have inside because I think that what makes us special is the originality that should never be lost.

Your message for the utopian world?
My message to the utopian world is first and foremost to love yourself, do not compare yourself with others because we are all special in our own way. Love each other, encourage and cooperate because our lives would not have a single meaning if we were alone.

Enri Mato is an urban architect and photographer born in 1986 into a family of artists. His father was a sculptor and his mother was a restorer, who worked at the Louvre Museum in Paris. He grew up in Tirana, where he discovered his interest in photography and art at an early age.

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