“These may have been the most relevant and meaningful discussions and lessons I have ever received in my life. His impact on myself was overwhelming.” (Vasile Chiper, philosophy professor)
Throughout his life, Cezar Mititelu never had any kind of property. He refused to be ever employed and referred to paid work as “corruption”. In the eyes of the communist authorities, he was a “social parasite”, hunted all his life by the Secret Police and sent to prison twice. For some people, however, Cezar Mititelu was a teacher, a bearer of light in a world made of lies and ignorance. For his followers, this man was the proof that a life of complete freedom was really possible, with one condition: stepping outside of the lies and the hypocrisy created by the so-called modern life and starting the search for the true humanity that’s inside each of us.