In actuality, I'm just overall pretty damn weird, quiet at times, and pretty awkward. But that's alright, because these things make me who I am, and I accept that I am a unique character in this vast landscape. I like dancing around in my room by myself sometimes, most times. I think it's cheaper than paying for that Zumba shit, and way more fun. I like to keep it real and I like other people that are real too.
A wise and erudite scholar once said, "acceptance amongst the imperfections is what it's really all about." quoted by yours truly
My philosophy on life: be happy. life is short. don't waste your days regretting the past or you might end up living in it. live for each and every single day, and live in the moment. be here and present. enjoy people, travel the world, and most importantly, do what makes you feel good.
I like analyzing art though, didn't say I'm necessarily good at it, but I can get into the symbolism behind visual objects.
Making people happy :)
Seeing the positive and helping people set goals and allowing them to realize that life has its setbacks, but it doesn't matter how many times you fall, it's about getting back up :)
Then, they'd notice my laugh; it's infectious.
rad reading: A Room with a View (Forester), The Odyssey (Homer), The Tell-Tale Heart (Poe), The Ethics of Ambiguity (Sartre)
twizzlers & popcorn: Garden State, Pan's Labyrinth, Donnie Darko, Amelie, Pippi Longstocking
all time top 5 musicas: Radiohead, Beatles, Pink Floyd, Tom Waits, and Miles Davis.
eats: Breakfast foods, Italian, Japanese, anything I'm in the mood for (I could never be anorexic, why deprive yourself of such goodness)
"Maybe it is our imperfections that make us so perfect for each other."
Helping people who aren't willing to be open-minded about new ideas is one of the most frustrating conundrums I've ever come across. I wish people weren't so opinionated and closed-minded. Let go already. Why keep your leash tied so tightly.
--Also, I like people who take some (calculated) risks in life. Obviously not anything dangerous, but putting yourself out there and relating to other people. Sharing yourself with others and living outside that comfort zone. You can't truly start living until the ship has left the harbor. You've got islands to explore!