I'm like you. I'm not one thing. I can't define myself by how much I love Game of Thrones (which I do) or don't like coffee (never drunk a cup).They're both irrelevant. We're not defined by these little likes and dislikes.
The more I define myself, the more I become separate, a thing, competing... when in truth I know and feel we all have far more in common than what separates us. And all we seek - all I seek - is oneness, community, connection, in the safety that I can go back to being myself however defined, however felt, after that connection.
I like my personal space. I love it. I spend a lot of time working on my novel, meditating. But I love to match that with being with someone intimate. It really balances me out.
Maybe you feel the same.
I love to explore different cultures, different ways of thinking and being in the world, sometimes alone, but sometimes with someone special to share the amazing views, risky rock climbs and beautiful beaches with.
Anna Karenina (along with most late 19th century Russian literature).
Pretty much all Radiohead and The Beatles.
Real Italian ice cream and real Neapolitan pizza.
Stewart Lee's stand-up. Tony Law too.
Love... and let's be honest, sex, especially when there's real connection.
PS - Don't just click the "like" button, please. Send a smiley face, a wink, anything. I'm human like you.