Share What You Truly Love(ALL HE PLEASE)
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@epath, ditto! :)
I can honestly say that I truly love my husband & my daughter. I can’t believe how incredibly lucky I am to have them in my life. That being said… I truly love reading (almost an obsession, actually) & letting my mind wander all over the cosmos, wondering how it’s all put together & what might really exist beyond our perceptions.
I’m so envious of people who can simply state with no hesitations what they love. It’s so hard for me to say. I like a lot of things, but as for love, it seems as if I am lost and cannot decide. How do you know what you truly love? Is there a defining moment, or did it just become a habit?
@landon, “Know the difference between what you strongly like and what you truly love.”
Important, yes. But you’re contradicting yourself.
All this stuff is all about what you strongly like.
If you truly love, you love all and everything, if it has a target it isn’t love.
But to answer the topic’s question, what I’m really really passionate about and enjoy the most:
Most of all it’s music.
I spend hours a day making music, just for fun but sometimes it’s business too. I jam out with my friends, my girlfriend, my family. I play with my band. I sit in my studio composing songs or making beats, sometimes just designing sounds for later use. I’m a major audio geek in general. And I’ve got 21 different instruments laying around the house, all of which I play frequently. And I often find myself singing, whistling, or banging on stuff when I’m doing other stuff if I’m not all that focused.
Music is my life, life is my music. And there’s so much stuff to learn from music and audio, about reality and life in general.
Also, sex. Awesome stuff in every way. The divine game, or just absolute enjoyment made simple. However you want to consider it, it’s great great stuff.
Creating a new vision for the way we live interact and flow as human beings. There is so much disassociation between our natural state and the chaos we live amongst which has ultimately all been constructed by us. My passion is to help others realize what it TRULY means to be free, to know no limitations, to realize that we have the ability to open our minds!
Coming across genuinely compassionate people in real life. And kids.. young children are so pure & unbroken.. they’re refreshing to be around. The silly games they play…they get upset, but get over it in two seconds & who was their enemy two minutes ago is their best friend in the next second.
And Landon, LOVE the name, that’s my new nephew’s name :)