I enjoy every climb - maybe it's because it's a literal dance between life and death.
I did climb about 80 buildings around the world and I climbed even the five tallest.
With buildering, I get to keep that element of danger. Plus, I very much like the feeling of height, and buildings have even more of a feeling of height than rock faces.
There is a percentage of people who want to be a little bit outside their comfort zone and I am one of them, someone who lives on the edge.
I was not willing to give up because I was born to like taking risks and that is my way of life.
If you've climbed the first 140 meters it doesn't mean that you've succeeded; you are going to succeed by climbing the last 10 meters.
Sometimes doing the forbidden can be nice.
Authorities arrest me, release me, and then invite me back to host public events. I think it's interesting.
It's a great feeling to know that 100 cops want to stop you doing something and they can't.
We set ourselves limits, but we are all strong enough to aim higher, to achieve our goals. All we have to do is find such strength within ourselves. Know how to develop it.
People need to learn to live with more risk.
To me, climbing is like eating or drinking. I have to do it; it's part of my life.
Fortunately, the courts discharged me every time after they understood what I had done.
Modern people are only willing to believe in their computers, while I believe in myself.
Plus, I very much like the feeling of height, and buildings have even more of a feeling of height than rock faces.
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