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Diary of an autistic boy: “I’ll tell you about my dreams and desires”

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Diary of an autistic boy: “I’ll tell you about my dreams and desires”

Dear friends, today I would like to talk to you about how I, an autistic person, experience a very intimate dimension, that of dreams and desires.

I’ll start by saying that I love to lead a simple and basic life. I love waking up in the morning after a well-rested night. So I’m happy to get up to eat a nice breakfast. I then love having moments of inner silence in which to stop my thoughts and emotions and focus on my breathing.

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I like to shower after sweating from sport, eat when I’m hungry. but the best thing is to go to bed when I’m sleepy and fall asleep in peace.

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These things are my happiness but sometimes I get distracted by them because there are many other beautiful things in my life. I am a writer of some success with three books under my belt, I write for Repubblica and other newspapers, I travel around Italy for conferences and meetings and then I play percussion, I walk in the woods, I sometimes have dinner in restaurants.

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Life has truly given me much more than I need to be happy but then, every now and then, I feel the need to leave this more to retreat into my basic life to eat when I’m hungry, sleep when I’m sleepy and then deliciously breathe .

I meet so many people who are sad for me because I am autistic. They think that because I am autistic, I can never be happy.

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Here’s something that perhaps we could all try to do: Stop worrying about the happiness of others and grow in the essentials of life to find our own.

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