The former president of Barcelona was able to move on and put aside his negative feelings for several people who, according to his senses, did him wrong, but he draws a line with those who caused trouble for his mother.

“The rest, I will forgive”

It will be difficult for Sandro Rosell to forgive everyone who upset his mother while he was serving in prison. The former president of Barcelona was able to move on and put aside his negative feelings for several people who, according to his senses, did him wrong, but he draws a line with those who caused trouble for his mother. Rosell discussed prison, forgiveness, and running for re-election at Camp Nou. “I will not forgive those who made my mother cry,” Rosell said. “The rest, I will forgive.” New presidential elections are due in Barcelona in 2021, but Rosell explained that the promise he made to his mother would prevent him from running again.” It won’t happen,” he stated.

Hug everyone stronger than before

“I promised my mother that as long as she’s alive, I wouldn’t run around anymore, and I hope that she will live a long time. Even if you can never say never, I don’t think never. “I can almost absolutely say no.” The title of my book has a simple meaning behind the title. “In prison, you realize that you lack physical affection for the people you love,” Rosell explained. “We went for this title because you understand that it is what you take for a long time for the majority. When you’re free, you think it’s healthy, at least until the pandemic, but in prison, it’s not. Sincere hug became very exciting. When all this coronavirus thing has passed, I recommend that you hug everyone stronger than before, because later you will remember that you did not do that when you had a chance.

“We have to accept as much as we can when we can. Rosell understood the idea that prison sentences should be imposed prematurely. It’s very dangerous,” he said. It should be done only in cases where a person has been caught red-handed, or there is a fear that they will again start violence.”