I define myself as Renaissance man, obviously born in the wrong century and thus having to cope with the rather anachronistic dimension of my identity.
Because of that, I see myself as an antithetical person, whose inner self is defined by the coexistence various dichotomies: passion and tenderness, empathy and strength, spirituality and corporeality, independence and belonging. Bluntly put, I am - just like anyone else - a unique combination of Yin and Yang.
The fun part about my melange of contrasts is that I never experience boredom. This comes also from the fact that I'm equally preoccupied by art, science, war, music, love, sports, languages, religion or philosophy.
Apart from learning new things and experiencing some cultural interactions, I am here because I think Wire can help me encounter really inspiring people from all over the world.
I am not interested in any type of digital erotic interaction, so don't bother. If you want to say "hi", I am - however - one message away. Have fun!
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Ascendant: Absolutely true. But, there are instances where blood on the snow symbology tends to highlight the existence of a dichotomy between innocence and overtones of guilt and desire. But, I love the renewal perspective more
tenacity49: ah that is true, but still in the sense of courtly love it is as I stated above. ...oh I typed too quickly ,,,, ancient myth, (is what I meant to type) Delicate expectation is often the handmaiden of desire, it only suffers from guilt if she thinks it undeserved. That happens when there is the juxtaposition of what is sensually exquisite in feeling and not socially acceptable! I like your mindfulness. Pay no attention to me I am an old, but I do not suffer from simpering sentimentality!