Hello Bonjour. I have a difficult time describing myself and not sounding like a potential purchase. I feel when I categorize myself I end up sounding like someone I know , despite the fact that I may consider myself very different from them. That's the beauty thing about individuality; you always find out new things as long as your heart allows such endeavours to grow. With all this mass mindedness it makes it difficult deciphering what's what and who's who especially when everyone paints a masterpiece about themselves with hardly any flaws.
I am well educated but compared to most authors born before the 90's pretty dumb. I consider my style cheap but only because I pay little to own things of practical necessity and next to nothing for things that have, solely aesthetic properties. I don't value materials as much as I value my mind. I laugh a lot but am serious in my mental convictions. I won't let my friends forget I am there for them no matter how far I am away they always are my number one purchase.
I work for a internationally recognized non-profit organization and the majority of my work is inspired by saving lives. It's a paradox, however that I have difficulty coping with. By prolonging life you have the capacity to secure more and possibly worse illnesses that deteriorate both the mind and body, It's conflicting work but it's work with people so I try my best to stay sane to ensure we provide them the social care so desperately needed in the palliative world.
If you believe in meeting people in person but have difficulty developing an approach in your techno crazy environment and ant to meet a fun, energetic and passionate person than send me a message and we will bypass some of this glitter and paint.