The fact of the matter is you don't really know someone until you see them in the quiet moments between actions. When I meet someone for the first time I generally ask a lot of offbeat questions directed to let me know who they actually are. What are your passions? Have you ever had an experience that made you feel like you were part of something larger than yourself? What's you favorite place on earth? I don't care what book you're reading unless it has brought you to some new epiphany. I don't care what your favorite band is unless you hang out with them regularly. And I certainly don't care what your favorite sports team is unless you're on it. Humanity reveals itself best not by what games it plays, but rather by how it plays them...tell me how you play your game.
Work at what, you may ask? I am a multi-media renaissance man...writing copy, directing, designing sets, building props, editing video, marketing, you name it!...I've done it...and continue to love it!
Musing (not music, although I'm not bad at that either)
Making Children laugh
finding a reason to celebrate
I have a large presence
I speak well
I love a good philosophical discussion
It's hard to pin me down to a viewpoint, because I am adaptive in my thinking.
I refuse to accept that anyone is hopeless.
Movies: Star Wars, The Fall, What Dreams May come, Defending your life, V for Vendetta, Enter the Void
Food: complicated egg dishes, thai, vietnamese, sushi
Music: anything good (eclectic)
Shows: True Blood, Dexter, Weeds, Battlestar Gallactica, pretty much anything with the word "star" in it,
2. You know the difference between manifesting and longing.