I am a Psychotherapist, amateur photographer, and writer. I am introverted, shy, pure, compulsively organized, neat, clean, caring and straightforward. I have my dark side, which lies in the abyss, where there is darkness and no light can escape it. It is my favorite place to reflect and meditate. Here the discipline is strict and militant. I’m sorry to say I am intolerant and none-sociable. I’m not better than anyone, but the truth is that I need substance in communication; verbs, adjectives, and challenges to expand and stimulate my perception, knowledge and my vision of all.
I’m not a poet nor a writer, but I like to write, read, study. I think I’m an academic, but I prefer not to brag about it, although I already have. I enjoy taking pictures of nature, of old and new structures and individually to freeze a moment in time. I keep amused organizing and cleaning possible photographic perceptual imperfections in which I captured a moment and highlight them with modern photo enhancement applications. Currently, I’m Psychotherapist. I like to study the self, the why and what for of the person. I’m neurotic and very dark, and that is good!
The shadows are where I like to live, disconnected, lost in myself, absorbed into an abyss of total darkness nor a flash of light. All in the dark is impossible, but in it, the universe is born. I don’t expect my ideas and thoughts to be understood; it is my way of expressing myself; I’m not talking about anyone in particular but internally, the darkness. We are living beings walking adrift of knowing. What we are and what for we are. How do we know who we are? Are we a pure reflection of all that is around us? Alternatively, are we on a voyage of life learning harsh experiences.
The bodily life is difficult because it is full of pleasure and pain, a continuous pendulum, of coming and going, never stopping to mark time accurately. Have you ever thought that you live inside a prison or a body that is not yours? I talk about the strangeness that I have the desire to leave this vessel to return to the origin of my being.