Who am I?

What is your current answer to this top ten-of -all-time great philosophical questions?

Which role or part will you describe? There are as many answers as aspects to each of us beautiful human beings, part saint /part sinner; physical, spiritual, emotional, relational, functional, vocational  …you get the picture.

I am a creative, perceptive, dazzlingly contradictory person – private but given to heartfelt sharing, curious and accepting but given to judging, artistic and moody but preferring a schedule and clearly stated expectations, open to new things but reluctant to let go of the past, musical to the bone but prefer silence to recharge, and on it goes.  Through this blog, more will be revealed but that’s the risk one takes when navigating the tribe vs. alone thing.

Thanks for joining this exploration.  This will be much like a river trip as seen in The African Queen, which (if the first few scenes don’t scare you off) was quietly engaging through the character study of two very different people who came to rely on, respect and deeply love each other as they faced life threatening challenges; from gunfire and swamp leeches to personal addictions and judgments, grief and deep personal loss as well as exhilaration (wonderfully visualized by Kate Hepburn’s character after surviving the rapids). It is a wonderful word picture for relationships in general and what we face in creating and cultivating them.

Welcome to this blog,  and your next step to better understanding the relationships in your life! Grab a paddle and let’s start navigating…

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