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"Sometimes I lie I am perfectly fine"


In 1890 a French author, Marcel Proust was asked by his friend to fill out a questionnaire which contained 35 questions. The reason was that his friend was curious about the writer's personality. The questions were simple but at the end the answerer had a feeling that he let the questioner to have a closer look at his inviduality and soul. Later on the record disappeared and was found 25 years afterwards. This query had been used by French Television Broadcast and American magazines as well, and from now on by us too. In the Proust sequence we request well-known people to complete our query who we love and find inspiring. Part two: Fanny Hozleiter "Mosolyka"  
  1. What does true happiness means to you?
Being in harmony in a moment of time.  
  1. What is your biggest fear?
I do not want to think about that even for a moment.  
  1. What is it in your nature that you don't like in yourself?
Thinking. (I am thinking too much and there is always something in my mind, I barely can rest.)  
  1. What are the traits that you don't like in other people?
"Don't judge a book by it's cover."  
  1. Which living person you admire the most?
My husband.  
  1. What is your greatest extravagance in your life?
I already have been thinking on this for an hour... probably the fact that I don't now the fear of impossibility.  
  1. How is your state of mind right now?
Pretty good. (my husband is massaging my feet after having a busy day right now.)  
  1. Which one is that trait what we over-estimate the most?
The beauty of the body.  
  1. When does it happen that you lie?
For instance, when I don't feel well physically I say that I am perfectly fine so other's would not worry.  
  1. What is you like in your look the least?
My back.  
  1. Which living person you find the most worthless ?
I don't find anyone worthless.  
  1. Which personality trait do you think is the most important in a man?
Humour and perceptivity.  
  1. Which personality trait do you find the most important in a woman?
Passion.  
  1. Which word or expression do you use too many times?
I'd like to pass this question now.  
  1. What or who is your greatest love in your life?
My husband, Sándor.  
  1. When and where have you been the happiest in your life?
In the moment of being hugged by my husband.  
  1. If you could choose one human talent or  ability, which one would you possess the most?
Being able to heal.  
  1. If you could change one thing about yourself which one would it be?
To be always able to breathe freely.  
  1. What is your biggest achievement in your life?
Today, I already can feel that I'm a woman even with the fact that I'm in a wheelchair and i have a deformed body.  
  1. If there is life after death how or as who would you prefer to return the most?
As an actress.  
  1. Where would you like to live the most in the world?
At Lake Balaton in a cosy house next to the shore.  
  1. What is your most valuable property to you?
Nothing is really mine but still everything is.  
  1. What do you consider as the deepest suffering?
To see the suffering of someone who is important to me.  
  1. What is your favourite activity?
Being with my husband and creating.  
  1. What do you consider the most eye-catching trait in you?
That I'm always smiling.  
  1. What is that you value the most in your friend?
His/her unconditional love.  
  1. Who is your favourite writer?
Recently Mária Szepes.  
  1. Who is your favourite literary or movie based hero?
Julia Roberts from "Pretty Woman".  
  1. Which historical figure is the closest to you?
I don't know.  
  1. Who are your real, every-day heroes?
My husband and my parents.  
  1. Which are your favourite names?
I don't have one specifically.  
  1. What is that you freak out from the most?
Huge spiders.  
  1. What do you feel the sorriest for in your past?
When at one of my angriest moments I said to my mom as a child that: "I wish you could feel how hard is that when you are not able to do something you really want." (Experienced)  
  1. How would you like to die? Silently, without pain.
 
  1. What is your motto?
It's your decision what you make out of your life. http://wmn.hu/2015/03/14/hozleiter-fanny-mosolyka-olykor-azt-hazudom-jol-vagyok/

FORBES list, 30 Hungarian young people who we are proud of


A list made of 30 successful, under the age of 30 Hungarian young people. There you can find participants of the Olympic Games, inventors, Deputy Chief Executives Officers, nature photographers, architects, writers, golfers, and models: great success has different faces. You can start an argument about the list but their achievements are unequivocal.

http://www.nlcafe.hu/ezvan/20140217/30-sikeres-fiatal-30-alatt-forbes/

Smile to The World :)


Fanny Hozleiter’s smile respected by the world filmmakers

A cameraman and his crew from Győr, Hungary had joined a world-wide movie project. According to their suggestion Fanny Hozleiter, the Mosolyka blog site’s writer became the Ambassador of Smile to the world program.

All of the performers are working towards the same goal. Smiles are being collected globally to be transformed for those who lack happiness and needs it.

Fanny Hozleiter or by her nickname Mosolyka (means Smiley) who is a young, well-known woman with her wheelchair and who always helps people to be joyous as she is. Smile has a huge power but sometimes we tend to forget it.

The basic idea motivated the five international team members who make the “Smile to the world” movie project happen.

Mosolyka instantly came into the minds of the filmmakers.

On the www.thesmilebook.org site we can find 31 different countries’ 55 filmmakers who are working on that project to send the most beautiful smiles from their home country to France.

One of the most popular Hungarian blogosphere’s talent is Fanny Hozleiter who will be the next guest of www.kisalfold.hu.

This young woman in wheelchair has a thousands of Facebook followers because of her love-lifestyle.

The online interview with her will start on 26th March (Tuesday) at 13.45 o’clock on kisalfold.hu site. Frédéric Viau-Davodeau, the film director of the movie published the call for action where he was waiting for filmmaker’s application world widely. He hasn’t believed that after the publication, within a couple of hours he got hundreds of inquiries including our country, Hungary as well.

Once the registration was completed he announced the list of names who had gotten a choice  to work on the movie and one Hungarian filmmaker got a chance, namely Alexander Bognár.

The filmmaker and his crew from Győr were very happy about the opportunity and Fanny Hozleiter crossed their mind instantly. They decided to contact her to make a short film of her smile. A brief e-mail informed the “Smile to the world” project leaders who gave response in a short period of time. “Fanny deserves a big honour”

Fanny is a person whom we should take as an example but we are just busy with our own problems. – said Frédéric Viau Davodeau filmmaker.

As Fanny accepted her disability and got faced with problems, she deserves a huge honour from everyone so that’s why we decided that we would like her to represent us and we asked her to be our ambassador for the project. “A little smile has a huge power to make things happen.”

Fanny felt she was dreaming when she got the news.

I can work not only in my closest environment but also much further, I love this project. – said Fanny after reading the message of Frédéric.

My experience is that a little smile has a huge power plus it’s „contagious”. I’m going to start smiling in front of the camera and who knows whose face will my smile landed? It a fantastic  experience that lasts forever.

The Hungarian staff from Győr became an active member of the international filmmaker team where even Madagascar and the U.S.A, Georgia and Germany and many many more participants(their number is more than 600) who works to make more initiation all over the world.

The “Smile to the world” short movie will be available online. It has no supporters nor distributors it’s completely non-for profit, self-financing initiation. It is intended to reach the people and make them smile.

http://www.kisalfold.hu/gyori_hirek/fejet_hajtanak_hozleiter_fanny_mosolya_elott_a_vilag_filmesei_-_video_fotok/2325194/

"I like to put people out of countenance"


She was a year and a half years old when doctors diagnosed with spinal cord muscular dystrophy and they predicted that she would only live another 18 years. Now she is 25. She published a wonderful book: today we talk with her about that book, about her self-dependence, taboos and wishes.

magyarnarancs.hu: Reading your “Choice is yours” book after a couple of pages it was easy not to think about that it is a disabled girl’s life. The book makes me pay attention to those problems which I had had in my teenager age like having party at Lake Balaton, hit on guys or job hunting.

Fanny Hozleiter: Mostly people think about my book that it is about a cute girl who wrote her life story and how is it to be disabled nothing else. Who cares about that honestly? It happens with me many times that some of my readers say they had no interest at the beginning but after something happened, for instance, a guy got the book from his girlfriend, left it on the shelf without reading it and then his friends came for poker party when all of a sudden his friend asked: “Do you have Mosolyka’s book?”. Hereupon he began to read. That night he had no poker party at his place, instead he started to read the book. One moment he cried the other moment he laughed, his friends laughed at him too. At the end he finished the whole book and loved it. Personally what I like in it is that I am not in the centre, I am just a mirror to the readers.

magyarnarancs.hu: When was the first time you thought that your stories is suitable for a book and who helped in it to make it happen?

Fanny Hozleiter: I decided 6 years ago to write a book. I wanted to create something new. The main reason why I started my blog site is that people should know what is behind my wheelchair and not just to see a cheerful girl who is just going back and there. I loved the idea of writing without taboos. Two years have passed and my aim was to go to China for stem cell therapy which costs 5 million Hungarian Forint. I focused only on my condition and health to live one year more. Once I got a letter from a journalist, Barbara Kovács who read all of my blog posts and said that my story is like a fairy tale where the princess could get what she wants and her dream become true. After this conversation we met and since then we are always together, she turned into my big sister, my best friend and my mother at the same time. I have learned a lot from her as how to fascinate the reader to feel that he or she is with me in the story and experience the same things as me. I took many ideas from her “lectures”, she helped the book became enjoyable and not just a dull tale.

magyarnarancs.hu: How long did it take to made this writing?

Fanny Hozleiter: Altogether 4 years but effectively 8 months to finalize. My last two months were quite busy. I was working a lot on it and I had to re-read three times at least. On the other hand I am not fed up with it. I still like to read my stories and I don’t have the feeling that I could have written in a different way, it is good as it is.

magyarnarancs.hu: You have one blog post where I read that you had a desire for something where your talent can soar. Eventually you have found it in your imagination. But this ability is not “just” a thing, you can achieve a great many of things with your fantasy.

Fanny Hozleiter: I had always in my mind to be a great dancer or singer but I knew it was not going to work. I imagined a number of stuff but in the way how I live now  it became true: I can give presentations in front of a great many of people, many people like me, I get a lot of smiles and my cell phone rings quite a few times. I have dreamt about that and now I am here so I am very glad to get doing this.

magyarnarancs.hu: Whenever and wherever you show up, it can be seen at the very first sight how opened you are. There is no topic in which you cannot be spoken about with pleasure. I think it can often be embarrassing too.

Fanny Hozleiter: I like to put people out of countenance. Moreover I’m determined to share the idea of “all or nothing”. It’s not worth spreading a piece about me rather than being bloody honest. In my point of view to deliver a speech starting from relationship to beauty-care up to a point that is normal as long as the listeners find it interesting. Anyway I have always been open-minded. I’m able to let others get closer to me from the very beginning without any judgment. That might tell you that I’m naive but I think my open-minded thinking is something that I’ve only made profit from. Today, there are misbelieves in people and they immediately judge others, it would be better to leave this mindset. My goal is to open my readers’ eyes through my stories.

magyarnarancs.hu: Although you have to ask help quite a lot, it seems to me that being self-dependent is the most important thing to you.

Fanny Hozleiter: That’s true. That’s why I started to work at the age of 16 to become more self-dependent. However I cannot be completely self-dependent in the case of, for instance, I cannot get into my bed or change wheelchairs by my own, without any help. But the things what I can do, I like to do them by myself.

magyarnarancs.hu: And how are you with being alone?

Fanny Hozleiter: I like people and the crowd a lot but sometimes I need to be alone. If I can’t,  I easily get lost and I lose balance. Most of the time it is because of it’s positive effect many many good things happen with me which makes me feel uncomfortable, sometimes I’m just shocked and I look around me: where am I and what am I doing exactly? When I get to this point I need free time when I don’t do anything important just watch a good movie or drink wine with my friends. Sometimes I reach my limit and I say there nothing further , I haven’t got enough power, I just want to spend more time on myself.

magyarnarancs.hu: It takes a lot of effort how you manage your Facebook site by your own, respond to your e-mails. You mentioned that you don’t want anyone to take this duty from you. Can you get closer to your readers by this way?

Fanny Hozleiter: Many times I experience it as a sweet burden. I don’t have that much energy to help everyone, in this case it means that quite a few times I had to say “no” to them which was very hard for a while. The majority of my followers see that I post something but still I had not replied to his/her letter. Writing one post takes half a minute to do, while my inbox has 376 unread messages which I need to respond to. It was a matter of my self-conscience, but then I realised I cannot help everyone because I got my problems as well. I cannot stand up for each and every good cause even if I really would like to. My main goal is to prove that impossible is nothing and with this disorder you can live a better life too, with good physical conditions. However this costs a lot of energy and I use the rest for the sake of other’s. Although I don’t want this responsibility taken out from my hand so I’d rather take some time with the answers.

magyarnarancs.hu: Recently you got on your feet again. Your next aim is to dance. How is it going? Are you doing step-by-step or are you taking bigger steps to reach your goals?

Fanny Hozleiter: In my case dancing is a really massive goal. I have just stood up with the help of a brace while I was assisted too, so the final goal to do it by myself is far away from now. That will be a real ecstasy! My energy is mostly focused on this goal, before this, I put my efforts in my book. Meanwhile I have small aims whereat I get up every day, sit in my wheelchair and I’m doing it day by day, calling for help and bumping into problems.

magyarnarancs.hu: Which one is the most difficult for you, to fight for the big dreams or the ordinary ones?

Fanny Hozleiter: For me the hardest goals is those which are difficult to achieve and which I have to persevere. I used to go out to parties just because of defiance, watched the sunset, chased a guy or went up to the stairs somehow. It has changed so far but I still have defiance in me.

magyarnarancs.hu: What is your next step?

Fanny Hozleiter: First of all I would like to get to San Francisco for Meir Schneider’s therapy where I had been before. He was born blind and now he has 67% of his own vision and he achieved it alone. He is living a special lifestyle, having a lot of therapy and massage which he had taught my mom as well and she applied it on me so that my muscles won’t stick down and dwindle so fast, also to renew my necrotic ones. I would also like to learn it, and bring two of my friends with me so they could help me and learn this method too. Also, I would like to learn how to process good things in a faster way, because it’s February already and I’m still thinking about my book which was already debuted in November.

 

magyarnarancs.hu: Will writing stay as a part of your life in the future?

Fanny Hozleiter: I would like to continue it anyway. I’m thinking about writing a book in another style but I haven’t decided yet. On my business card it is written that I am a writer and happiness “seeker”. I don’t consider myself  a big shot writer I just feel that it became a part of me.

http://magyarnarancs.hu/lelek/szeretem-zavarba-hozni-az-embereket-88597

Things that look impossible motivates Mosolyka


She was a year and a half years old when doctors diagnosed with spinal cord muscular dystrophy and they predicted that she would only live another 18 years. Now she is 25. She published a wonderful book: today we talk with her about that book, about her self-dependence, taboos and wishes.

magyarnarancs.hu: Reading your “Choice is yours” book after a couple of pages it was easy not to think about that it is a disabled girl’s life. The book makes me pay attention to those problems which I had had in my teenager age like having party at Lake Balaton, hit on guys or job hunting.

Fanny Hozleiter: Mostly people think about my book that it is about a cute girl who wrote her life story and how is it to be disabled nothing else. Who cares about that honestly? It happens with me many times that some of my readers say they had no interest at the beginning but after something happened, for instance, a guy got the book from his girlfriend, left it on the shelf without reading it and then his friends came for poker party when all of a sudden his friend asked: “Do you have Mosolyka’s book?”. Hereupon he began to read. That night he had no poker party at his place, instead he started to read the book. One moment he cried the other moment he laughed, his friends laughed at him too. At the end he finished the whole book and loved it. Personally what I like in it is that I am not in the centre, I am just a mirror to the readers.

magyarnarancs.hu: When was the first time you thought that your stories is suitable for a book and who helped in it to make it happen?

Fanny Hozleiter: I decided 6 years ago to write a book. I wanted to create something new. The main reason why I started my blog site is that people should know what is behind my wheelchair and not just to see a cheerful girl who is just going back and there. I loved the idea of writing without taboos. Two years have passed and my aim was to go to China for stem cell therapy which costs 5 million Hungarian Forint. I focused only on my condition and health to live one year more. Once I got a letter from a journalist, Barbara Kovács who read all of my blog posts and said that my story is like a fairy tale where the princess could get what she wants and her dream become true. After this conversation we met and since then we are always together, she turned into my big sister, my best friend and my mother at the same time. I have learned a lot from her as how to fascinate the reader to feel that he or she is with me in the story and experience the same things as me. I took many ideas from her “lectures”, she helped the book became enjoyable and not just a dull tale.

magyarnarancs.hu: How long did it take to made this writing?

Fanny Hozleiter: Altogether 4 years but effectively 8 months to finalize. My last two months were quite busy. I was working a lot on it and I had to re-read three times at least. On the other hand I am not fed up with it. I still like to read my stories and I don’t have the feeling that I could have written in a different way, it is good as it is.

magyarnarancs.hu: You have one blog post where I read that you had a desire for something where your talent can soar. Eventually you have found it in your imagination. But this ability is not “just” a thing, you can achieve a great many of things with your fantasy.

Fanny Hozleiter: I had always in my mind to be a great dancer or singer but I knew it was not going to work. I imagined a number of stuff but in the way how I live now  it became true: I can give presentations in front of a great many of people, many people like me, I get a lot of smiles and my cell phone rings quite a few times. I have dreamt about that and now I am here so I am very glad to get doing this.

magyarnarancs.hu: Whenever and wherever you show up, it can be seen at the very first sight how opened you are. There is no topic in which you cannot be spoken about with pleasure. I think it can often be embarrassing too.

Fanny Hozleiter: I like to put people out of countenance. Moreover I’m determined to share the idea of “all or nothing”. It’s not worth spreading a piece about me rather than being bloody honest. In my point of view to deliver a speech starting from relationship to beauty-care up to a point that is normal as long as the listeners find it interesting. Anyway I have always been open-minded. I’m able to let others get closer to me from the very beginning without any judgment. That might tell you that I’m naive but I think my open-minded thinking is something that I’ve only made profit from. Today, there are misbelieves in people and they immediately judge others, it would be better to leave this mindset. My goal is to open my readers’ eyes through my stories.

magyarnarancs.hu: Although you have to ask help quite a lot, it seems to me that being self-dependent is the most important thing to you.

Fanny Hozleiter: That’s true. That’s why I started to work at the age of 16 to become more self-dependent. However I cannot be completely self-dependent in the case of, for instance, I cannot get into my bed or change wheelchairs by my own, without any help. But the things what I can do, I like to do them by myself.

magyarnarancs.hu: And how are you with being alone?

Fanny Hozleiter: I like people and the crowd a lot but sometimes I need to be alone. If I can’t,  I easily get lost and I lose balance. Most of the time it is because of it’s positive effect many many good things happen with me which makes me feel uncomfortable, sometimes I’m just shocked and I look around me: where am I and what am I doing exactly? When I get to this point I need free time when I don’t do anything important just watch a good movie or drink wine with my friends. Sometimes I reach my limit and I say there nothing further , I haven’t got enough power, I just want to spend more time on myself.

magyarnarancs.hu: It takes a lot of effort how you manage your Facebook site by your own, respond to your e-mails. You mentioned that you don’t want anyone to take this duty from you. Can you get closer to your readers by this way?

Fanny Hozleiter: Many times I experience it as a sweet burden. I don’t have that much energy to help everyone, in this case it means that quite a few times I had to say “no” to them which was very hard for a while. The majority of my followers see that I post something but still I had not replied to his/her letter. Writing one post takes half a minute to do, while my inbox has 376 unread messages which I need to respond to. It was a matter of my self-conscience, but then I realised I cannot help everyone because I got my problems as well. I cannot stand up for each and every good cause even if I really would like to. My main goal is to prove that impossible is nothing and with this disorder you can live a better life too, with good physical conditions. However this costs a lot of energy and I use the rest for the sake of other’s. Although I don’t want this responsibility taken out from my hand so I’d rather take some time with the answers.

magyarnarancs.hu: Recently you got on your feet again. Your next aim is to dance. How is it going? Are you doing step-by-step or are you taking bigger steps to reach your goals?

Fanny Hozleiter: In my case dancing is a really massive goal. I have just stood up with the help of a brace while I was assisted too, so the final goal to do it by myself is far away from now. That will be a real ecstasy! My energy is mostly focused on this goal, before this, I put my efforts in my book. Meanwhile I have small aims whereat I get up every day, sit in my wheelchair and I’m doing it day by day, calling for help and bumping into problems.

magyarnarancs.hu: Which one is the most difficult for you, to fight for the big dreams or the ordinary ones?

Fanny Hozleiter: For me the hardest goals is those which are difficult to achieve and which I have to persevere. I used to go out to parties just because of defiance, watched the sunset, chased a guy or went up to the stairs somehow. It has changed so far but I still have defiance in me.

magyarnarancs.hu: What is your next step?

Fanny Hozleiter: First of all I would like to get to San Francisco for Meir Schneider’s therapy where I had been before. He was born blind and now he has 67% of his own vision and he achieved it alone. He is living a special lifestyle, having a lot of therapy and massage which he had taught my mom as well and she applied it on me so that my muscles won’t stick down and dwindle so fast, also to renew my necrotic ones. I would also like to learn it, and bring two of my friends with me so they could help me and learn this method too. Also, I would like to learn how to process good things in a faster way, because it’s February already and I’m still thinking about my book which was already debuted in November.

 

magyarnarancs.hu: Will writing stay as a part of your life in the future?

Fanny Hozleiter: I would like to continue it anyway. I’m thinking about writing a book in another style but I haven’t decided yet. On my business card it is written that I am a writer and happiness “seeker”. I don’t consider myself  a big shot writer I just feel that it became a part of me.

http://magyarnarancs.hu/lelek/szeretem-zavarba-hozni-az-embereket-88597

Respect for the fearless people


Fanny Hozleiter talks about her decisions, how she lives in the moment and tell a story of her grandfather who was a soldier.

She is a writer, blogger and happiness “researcher”. Her book, “Choice is yours” was highly successful. Through her writings and presentations she gives power to thousands of people for the enjoyment of life.

 

There is something you can do
Fanny Hozleiter was one and a half years old when it showed up she has muscular dystrophy disease and at her age of 15 she passed half of her life’s time, according to her doctors. She made her choice that she is not going to live in fear all of her life, instead she will fulfill with happiness full of with positive experiences in the rest of it. “In my opinion I can change very few things in a short period of time but, there is something that I definitely can: that would be my attitude. The choice is always in my hand to make decisions. To cry or to laugh. To give up and get depressed or find a solution and move forward. Panicking or focusing on my opportunities.”Fanny or Mosolyka at her nickname (means Smiley), her “Choice is yours” mugs show the message what she identifies. ” I wanted to have something next to your hot coffee or tea which makes you pay attention.“ Today, there is a lot of mugs from her which are used by people to drink their beverage from it.

 

To do and go
“At the first time when I heard about the 1848′ poster series which is made by veterans my grandfather came into my indimmediately. He was a brave and fantastic soldier. I was always proud of him, a nickname crossed my mind how he called me: Melone. Fearless means for me that let’s go and do what I truly believe in. Go and do it when I’m faced with challenges even if I get injured or it hurts. Just to go further towards my aims despiting the sceptical people who are on my way. ”

 

Living in the moment here and now
For Mosolyka (or Smiley in English) the biggest challenge is to live in the moment, be in the “now” or as she mentioned to appreciate those things which surrounds her. “I am learning constantly as well, I am not always happy, I am in the same boat as everyone else. You win some you lose some. Success makes me to step forward from difficulties.”

 

Just having a good time
If I say “1848” (the year of the Hungarian Revolution) Mosolyka says cockade (Hungarians wearing it in the day of the Revolution: 15th March) and good weather. “During the celebration day of 15th March it was always a shiny day in my childhood. I loved it. As I lovedSándor Petőfi’s (he was a famous Hungarian poet) declamation, faith and “National Song” poem.There is one important message in this two words how the National Song starts “Arise Magyar” (Magyar means Hungarian). I have a good feeling with that I am going to be in that poster where Sándor Petőfi declaimed the piece of poetry from his own National Song.”

http://marcius15.kormany.hu/hozleiter-fanny-mosolyka

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