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Many lives, many tales hidden in one person

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We juggle with activities and time. We do so many things and so many tasks. The journey of our tale starts within, because from within comes passion, motivation and inspiration. One extraordinary person who does many wonderful activities tells her tale. Diana Cozma, actress, professor, writer and translator. She calls these activities her lovers because she loves each of them. She has a doctorate in philology and a bachelor’s degree theatrical art. She translated books and wrote books. She speaks about her tale and life with a vibrant energy. For her, these are not some jobs, just as she is not just a simple person.

But as she says “every activity needs its own time. A time in which every activity is born and develops over time. You have to treat to your work with attention and devotion.”

Diana Cozma wanted to know the world, to gather more experience, more lives. And through her wonderful devotion to these passions, she gathered a lot.

Her determination was “At the dawn of a certain day, I looked out the window and I saw a world I didn’t know and I felt the need to try to find a part of the greatness of it. We all know that we don’t know anything.”

Her desire to get involved in so many things comes from “an intimate necessity to constantly change what happens around me and within me”.

She became an actress because she had a fascination for the scene and an “irresistible attraction to live more lives in one”. What was her favorite character that she played? A hard role, the role of Winnie from “Happy Days” by Samuel Becket. She spent 8 months preparing for that role.

In what concerns acting, she says that the success of an actor comes when “at least one spectator remembers you and your role even after years since the interpretation”.

Diana Cozma, always desired to reach the humanity within her, not the success of a human being.

“I never chased success. I believe if you are good in what you do, implicitly you will have some recognition”

Her future plans are not yet completely defined. She prefers to talk about her plans after they were achieved – “The unforeseen has changed my well-formed plans. That unforeseen has made me turn my back to the well-planned thought, to confront with another reality and model a new plan.”

Her motto is the sound of a clock “Tic-tac, tic-tac, tic-tac”. Time is passing. This extraordinary woman believes that the capacity to love is the best quality of a person. It’s the “alarm clock that wakes you in the morning. When you love, even work becomes a game.”

She wanted to be a dancer when she was little to “make people forget about a part of their reality”. She doesn’t know how Diana Cozma could be defined and for those aspiring to achieve greatness she says “Never give up on what you want to do in your professional life. Fight for its beliefs. If that person will persevere, he or she will also succeed.”

 

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