Right now I'm right behind the mid-twenties-breakdown and getting more and more confident about the existence of a future. I've gone through some stuff and grabbed what I could get (for good or worse). And I'm happy about each and every experience I could make, the ones that brought me up the skies and the ones that smashed me into the ground. For I believe that life is all about a good story to tell to yourself and everyone interested. So the more I can add to my personal fairytale, the better.
This view (connected with some rather constructivist attitude) gives me a great amount of calmness and serenity about the things to come. I'm aiming at harmony in general, not some love-peace-happiness obscenities but rather a proper shift between the things that make me happy and those which make me sad. I believe that every feeling, situation and perspective is ephemeral, existence is nothing but dynamics and progress. Therefore, whenever I'm down I am confident that it will get better and whenever I'm happy I am conscient about the limited time of this state.
I don't really care much about the past or the future, my place to be is the present.
This balance between the extreme poles of a scale, the thesis and the anti-thesis, can be widened out to most of my personality:
I can be very shy but also enourmously out-going
I can be deeply emotional but sometimes cold as a stone
I can be embracing life with happiness but can also want everything to just fade away...
The most important catalyst in my life is music. I love listening to it and creating it as well. Right now I'm into a lot of different styles which are all somewhat rooted to my inner punkrocker, who ignited my devotion to the sound. On time, he started to like electronic sounds and some jazz, and now, he's some sort of hybrid-uber-entity. I like my inner electropunkjazzer very much.
Oh, and for the profession: I'm a teacher on the run taking cover from the dreadful specter of referendariat. Right now in drug-rehab-kindergarten (no kidding here) as child-care worker.
End of story