“I became quieter and more attentive; more receptive maybe. I no longer believe, if I have ever believed it, in assertions, affirmative or peremptory style, in setting and program speeches. What’s important comes from bottom, from silence, from a kind of passivity. Which doesn’t mean: slowly; no, actually sometimes it means: abruptly, suddenly, but always from the bottom, like a different voice and together always clear, clear (…) I’ve learned to live the discontinuous, not demanding security passages where there is no one or at least where I don’t know anyone. :Endure the anguish. Endure loneliness. (…) I am deviated by a more urgent, cooler interest. Even if afterwards, I can see that deep down I have moved on in the groove of a line present from long time ago.” Elvio Fachinelli