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Toronto, Ontario
Canada

The goal of the website will be to help optimize the growth and development of people by analyzing human nature.

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About

Alexei Muravsky graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Science (BSc) Psychology degree from York University in 2019. In April of 2014 he started publishing essays on this site. Alexei enjoys spending time with family & friends, being in the outdoors, playing chess, reading, and writing. Born in Moscow, Russia, his family immigrated to Toronto, Canada, in the summer of 1996.

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Hey there!

My name’s Alexei Muravsky (but you can call me Alex). I enjoy spending time in the outdoors, exercising, playing chess, reading, and writing. I was born in Moscow, Russia, but did not spend much time there as a child since my family and I immigrated to Toronto, Canada in the summer of 1996.

I’m a recent graduate of York University’s Honours Bachelor of Science (BSc) Psychology program (2019). My focus now is on helping young and adult Chinese & Japanese students learn English as an online English Teacher with iTutorGroup. In the mean time I’m taking a few online courses and volunteering as a clinical researcher in Toronto Western’s Bariatric Surgery department.

Ultimately I am working toward medical school, where I hope to help future patients as a psychiatrist.

In April of 2014 I started publishing essays on this site, which then later developed to also include poems and the occasional fable. I have also created a reading recommendation newsletter that sends out clear and concise book reviews to subscribers on a monthly basis. One of my aims is to gather a community of avid readers that enjoy having discussions with each other about these books and the ideas found in them.


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To study the meaning of man and of life — I am making significant progress here. I have faith in myself. Man is a mystery: if you spend your entire life trying to puzzle it out, then do not say that you have wasted your time. I occupy myself with this mystery, because I want to be a man.
— Fyodor Dostoevsky
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