The hermit Mauro Morandi, who lived for more than 30 years alone on the island Bodell in Sardinia, called a simple way to deal with isolation through the coronavirus. Italian advises not to be afraid to be alone and read books.
81-year-old Mauro Morandi – caretaker on the island. He was hired in 1989 the company from Milan. 14 years ago due to financial difficulties the company was unable to pay the husband a salary, but he decided to continue to live alone. Local media called it the Italian Robinson Crusoe.
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The Italian, despite the isolation, still follows the news and are aware of all events, including pandemic coronavirus. Feels on the island in complete safety. “No one’s coming here. Even in the distance I can not see any vessel,” – said the man. At the same time, he noted that his family and friends live in Modena, and it is for them to worry.
According to Morandi, it is always something to do. If I am completely bored, he makes photos of the island and posts the footage to Instagram, where he has more than 40 thousand subscribers. He believes that quarantine is a great opportunity to know yourself. Italian advised to read books and be alone with him. According to Morandi, thanks to the quarantine people had the opportunity to examine your life and try to change it for the better.