"I wouldn't go deep, I wouldn't go deep...
But seeing the future is always very important.
And a tragic prospect, and - a way out of the tragedy. Tragedy still presupposes a certain catharsis, a certain liberation through suffering.
Suffering, if it does not liberate, then this suffering is useless, terrible and unnecessary to anyone.
Suffering in itself is harmful. Suffering is useful only in the sense that it frees you... Like fire... Fire can burn, or it can temper.
This tempering fire of suffering seems to me very important, then I see this perspective.
I see the Heavenly Jerusalem, I try - it does not always work out - not to lose sight of it".
The entire issue with the participation of Alexander Arkhangelsky can be viewed here.