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I value the idea that I will only ever experience my own view of the Universe, that I am free to build it for myself and from my own imagination if I wish. That as a human I am selfishly inclined to seek my own reward. I do however accept compromises and as a result don't really ever get angry or annoyed. Unless I choose to, usually because I'd find it funny. But there's no point getting angry over spilled milk or somebody who has thrown my cat, or milk for that matter, off a bridge, as I feel my world matches no-one elses completely.
I feel well-traveled already. I have studied Music Technology + Music Business, Art, and Visual Arts and Performance in Music. I feel good if I paint, draw cartoons, make films, write music, write articles, write comedy. I essentially love everything, but at the same time, everything can frustrate me. I'm very approachable, I'll happily listen to anyone.
I don't drink, flapjack has endless appeal to me. I act endlessly upon the world around me, as I enjoy playing with these jumbles of atoms scattered around me. I feel that I have license to do so because A- I wish to grant it to myself and others, B- I feel that I will not know in my lifetime if this is pure meaninglessness and C- It appears to give myself and others a sense of existence and that's pretty fun.
- a little French
- and a little English
I'll Start With This: I've Just Awoken From A Post-apocalyptic Dream... I was going to write something today about a few of the various things I imagine as I'm exploring this world, my world, from my viewpoint. The thing is, I've just woken up at 7.30am from a dream which… [more]
I Rarely Get Angry Because I Question Why My Brain Wants Me To Be. Take That, Brain. For a long time now, I've refused to jump straight to anger. It's obvious to me, that because I follow various existential views and find so much pleasure in learning about the physical makeup of my w… [more]
Why I Do Some Of The 'silly' Things I Do Here's another short story/article attempting the impossible, in that, I wish to project my exact visual interpretation of the world into the head of anybody else. Anybody else will then ideally confi… [more]
17 And Alone In Kenya. 4,000 Miles From Home And Everyone I Know. That's the situation I found myself in just over six years ago. Looking back, to many people it often sounds as if I was so young, almost too young to be where I was. At the time, however, I was very … [more]