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  Issue 64

   

People: Stevce Decev

I hope one day to become the President of the Republic of Macedonia
 

Professional experience: Final year student at the Faculty of Law – International Law and Executive Director of the “Marita – Macedonia” Foundation.  

Engagement in the civil sector: This year on my cake for celebrating my involvement in the civil sector, I lit 14 candles. I continue that activity.  

Hobbies and Interests: Surfing on the Internet. Reading various literature for my personal upgrading, even handbooks on different products. Meeting people. Radiating. Not radioactively, but radiating positive energy. Interests: geopolitics, youth policy, free masonry, religion and Christianity.  

Toughest decision: The great offer makes it hard to choose from. I remember when I was a little boy I used to wait for hours to buy milk, and now when I go shopping I cannot decide which one to buy. Long live the open democratic society.   

Ambitions: I think it is very good when someone has a goal. When they know where they are going. And when they try to reach their goal with strong faith. As the faith is growing, we will see whether the steps we are making today are training for the ones we are going to make tomorrow. I walk in faith and my view is a hope that one day I am going to be the President of Macedonia and one of the world leaders who serve the people.  

In his free time he reads: Reading is my everyday. Every day I read the Bible. It is my guiding light, my food, my comfort that cheers me up. I read other Christian literature and literature on other religions, gnomes and books on geopolitics. I also write so that other people have something to read.  

Where does he go in his free time: My free time is my sleep. I wish the day lasted 36 hours. I think I have turned myself into a workaholic. Therefore, in my free time, if I may call it so, I go to the City Mall or by the quayside. Sometimes at weekends, I visit my parents, my sister, my niece and my friends in Veles. 

Which national/local problem does he find especially important and why: I see the problem in the passivity and in not showing any interest in whatsoever, in our dependence on authorities, in living and working with old-fashioned methods, in the non-existence of an economic atmosphere and opportunities, in the high degree of corruptive thinking, in the presence of vices (drugs, alcohol, cigarettes), especially among young people, as well as in the life without God in it.  

Which global problem does he find especially important and why: The omnipresence of the violence is a big problem. However, another, even bigger problem is the materialism. I ask myself why is that so, but find it hard to give the right answer. Therefore, I find consolation in the fact that we have all come to this world bare foot and naked and such we will leave it. We are not going to take anything with us – our cars, house, or the money we have in the bank. Nothing, except our sins before God.  

What would he change in Macedonia/the world: Since nobody lights a candle in order to cover it, but puts in a candlestick to light their way, I would first of all change myself. I would try to make the light inside of me to shine even brighter. If everybody started changing themselves first, Macedonia and the world would be brighter places.   

Advice/message: If you are a believer, do not worry about tomorrow – it will take care about you. There are enough worries about today. Open the door of your heart for Jesus. He is knocking on the door and praying for you to win; seek if you want to find; knock if you want them to open.  

I could never: I could never stop loving God with all my heart, all my soul and brain as I could never stop loving the people.
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