Keeping a sense of humor about life and doing all I can to live truthfully. That's a big, big deal to me! I have learned to embrace perceptions of success and failure equally and being grateful for the lessons they bring. Keeps us humble. I am fascinated by many topics and love sharing ideas and conversations on philosophy, global finance, spirituality, technology, healing and physiology (our body and minds are amazing when we are fully connected to it). I'm outspoken but I love when I am proven wrong about something I had thought was truth. It's the only way we can grow and keeps the ego in check (something I need occasionally). If you're interested in any of those, I'd love to chat with you! We are born with the potential to make great contributions and I do what I can to live for that. I believe it is critically important to leave a legacy before we depart, that the world is better off for us having been here.
"Fear of failure, fear of death, fear of going insane. You have to fail a little, die a little, go insane a little to come out the other side."
I live for constant challenges to keep me motivated. Standing still is not an option. If there's no path, make one and go! Though many may oppose or ridicule our efforts, it shall not deter from our desire for truth.
The more conscious we are about the world around us, the happier our lives become. I use my voice and trusty keyboard to create shifts in the fabric of perception to tear down the illusions of time and space to help free enslaved minds. (I'll start with mine first) That's the basic plan anyway, but I'm not using blueprints, maps or a compass so would ya let me know if you see me paddling furiously around the ocean in circles?
I love being around people with a healthy open mind-body and have a fun consciousness of themselves and the world, don't take themselves too seriously and definitely don't mind making mistakes, saying the wrong things sometimes or waste time being PC. Can't be all things to all people so why bother trying to. Be the original you... and me!