Last night (Saturday) Eden Hasson chose with tweezers the surfers' questions that he found most interesting, and made sure to answer them as honestly and truthfully as possible.
Among other things, the singer and creator explained why he significantly reduced his presence on social networks, referred to the dreams he still had to fulfill, and even talked about what he believes happens after death.
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Eden Hasson, photo: Gabriel Beharlia
"I don't know if you still recognize me, but I feel that recently you are less active here than before. What is the reason if I may ask?", one of Hasson's followers was intrigued.
"I can understand what you mean. At the beginning there is a great thirst and a strong desire to be listened to, so you invest everything to get attention. Which made me neglect so many important aspects of my life for the sake of my career," he shared.
Eden Hasson, photo: Ronen Fedida
"The deficit is filled and you start acting from a 'healthy' place and not from a place of dependence. Lately, I try to reduce screen time, try to be attentive to the real life outside. For my real needs, invest in love, invest in family, friends, health, build a new home," he elaborated.
"Do you feel that you have fulfilled all your dreams?", surfers challenged Eden.
"Dreams are something that gets updated," he ruled.
"When one dream is fulfilled, a new dream emerges. A person who fulfilled all his dreams, and covered all his deficits, is a person without motivation," he added.
"I have fulfilled many dreams, and I have many more dreams," he clarified.
The next question addressed to Eden was on a spiritual topic.
"What do you think happens after death?", he was asked.
"Our body changes its state of aggregation and merges with the earth, the sand and the sea. And the relative light that is in us (the soul), returns and clings to the infinite light that is above (God)," he replied.
"Are you doing well in this chapter of your life?", they wanted to know.
"Well, yes. And that's an honest answer," answered Hasson succinctly.
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