I am a "passionista", someone who often loves to push the edge of
the envelope, who embraces process and the journey of life...who is
open to new experiences, who lives for the passion of creativity,
and yet who is very traditional and grounded in many respects. I am
a lifelong Manhattanite with a substantial amount of Brooklyn-envy
for many years. I try to feel more than think. I am attracted to
"out-of-the-box" women, who are comfortable combining sensuality
with spirituality. Who are not afraid of a man who is open and
spontaneous. A woman who is fearless and willing to risk to get
what she wants, and dreams for. A woman who is TRULY comfortable
having the types of open and honest conversations with a man as she
can have with her best girlfriends. A woman who is not intimidated
by being with a man who is comfortable honoring what is
traditionally deemed to be his "female" side, who has a (wo)man's
intuition, and who loves and respects women. A woman who totally
appreciates the "journey". A woman who has dreams that rock her
inside. Who wakes-up in the middle of the night and can't get them
out of her head and heart. Someone who believes in serendipity and
synchronicity because they manifest themselves in her life
constantly... someone who believes in FAITH, BALANCE, TRUST,
PASSION. Someone who understands that one's "inner-sense" is what
completely creates whatever is manifesting on the outside. That
context is at least as important as content, it gives content its
"meaning"...A woman who loves music in all aspects of life, on the
outside and in her head.
here’s to the crazy ones;
the misfits, the rebels,
the round pegs in the square holes;
the ones who see things differently,
they’re not fond of rules and
they have no respect for the status quo.
you can quote them,
disagree with them,
glorify or vilify them.
about the only thing you can’t do
is ignore them
because they change things;
they push the human race forward.
and while some may see them as crazy,
we see genius;
because the people who are crazy enough
to think that they can change the world
are the ones that do.
Steve Jobs, Inspired by the words of Jack Kerouac
"Out beyond right and wrong
there is a field.
I'll meet you there."