In general, we often hear very little of the truth, especially when someone attempts to present that truth in an interview. There are many reasons for this: the subjectivity of the interviewer, various manipulations of information, limitations of time, and context.
Interviews should only be conducted in a live broadcast, and the rest is fake, nothing more. So, if potential distortions are inevitable, maybe we shouldn’t ask questions at all?
Let's try a different format. Let my guests decide for themselves what and how much they want to share. It doesn't matter whether they have become helpless, lost their spiritual presence, or preserved their integrity; it will be fascinating to read.
My only request is to leave a couple of lines about Russia at the end.
We are all very different, so you will certainly feel that every word is imbued with sincerity and mindfulness, or you will realize that you are faced with nothing more than an empty shell. Nevertheless, one must be honest and give a voice to ordinary people. Look into their souls! They also have something to say.