I must create a system or be enslaved by another man's.
William Blake (1757-1827)
I will not reason and compare; my Business is to create.
English poet, painter, and engraver
William Blake (1757-1827)
To tell a bit about me, I'm borrowing the final questions from Bravo's "Inside the Actor's Studio":
What is your favorite word?
Broken. Because I can usually fix it. It makes me feel good to see people's faces light up when I do.
What is your least favorite word?
Why. I feel I don't have to give an explanation for every single action of mine. Sometimes I know I should or have to, but that doesn't mean I like it.
What turns you on?
Appreciation and recognition.
What turns you off?
What sound do you hate?
The "EEEEHH EEEEHH EEEEHH" of alarm clocks.
What sound do you love?
A woman speaking a foreign language....in dulcet tones....especially singing....there's some sort of mystical quality to hear something perfectly understandable to someone else yet I have no clue what they're saying.
What is your favorite curse word?
Boszmeg, the Hungarian all purpose "fuck you". I like it because I can even scream it here in the States and no one knows that I'm saying something dirty. Plus, girls like it when I speak a foreign tongue. =)
What other profession would you like to try?
Popular performer, even if it is a boy band. Do my show, have people (girls) screaming for me, the aftershow party, sleep, on the road, repeat. Rock on.
What profession would you not like to try?
A normal one, one which has a schedule. 9 to 5. Plus overtime. Plus weekends. In a cubicle. <shiver>
If there is a heaven, what would you like to hear God say when you arrive?
I want Him to look at me and say, "Thank you."
What one word would you use to describe yourself?
Restless. I want to do, I want to be, I want to know everything about everything. I guess I'm still trying to find my niche.
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you are a MENTOR (SEAT). Some would call you the most powerful
and influential of all people. Those people are wrong.
The reality is that you DON'T really WANT to impose personal views or beliefs on others. Yet you are extroverted and intelligent, and you like to get involved. So you help others with the pursuit of knowledge.
You're the reason that people say "teachers are also students." You are as much a learner as a master, and this satisfies you.
You won't die a lonely death, but towards the end you'll grow introspective, wondering if your life meant anything. This will last for decades, and you'll die after your spouse.