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If it interests you can observe the compass by which I navigate my life -- my philosophies and belief systems upon which I mostly live. I've traveled a great deal and met a vast array of people and changed my ideas very radically many times about many things, so my brain is not hardwired to one strict concept of anything. I've been turned 180 degrees more than once on serious matters; and I hope that, as I age, I continue to embrace wisdom and anything that might change my mind on any particular matter, rather than simply fossilize myself merely because it was my earliest exposure to something. 
It's not meant to be a narcissistic diatribe, just a simple means for those who may want to know me a bit more intimately to do so.


As we watch the minutes and days become years, we are always

updating numerous elements of ourselves.
Until recently, my favourite movie was a tough tie between


LUCY changed that. 
LUCY  changed almost everything for me.

It's rare that a movie can rival the impact this one had on me.
Having met and spent time with Scarlett might have had something

to do with it but it was, by far, the timing.
If you have seen this movie and it had any impact on you at all you'll

know how poetic that is for me to say.
If you have not seen LUCY, it my opinion...

the best movie ever made.
Yes there are numerous movies like Citizen Kane and the like whose

artistic and cinematography are unmatched.
Yes there are numerous directors whose eye, choices and influence

on their movies have made many movies people could debate in

salons were the best movies ever made.
My criteria, however, for such a claim has nothing to do with any of that.
My criteria for what makes a movie the best movie ever made

has to do with how well a movie captures a significant subject with just

the ideal recipe for perfect digestibility.

LUCY is that movie.

It quickly seizes us as spectators into a gripping and

adrenaline-pumping vicarious journey into the last hours of a

woman who is evolving at an accelerated
rate towards near-finitesimal/infinite god-dom, from a mere frail

and desperate victim of caprice towards

where we all might eventually become near-deities.
The reflections upon us as a race, as a creation and how far

we have come over millions of years and its predictions of

where we might still go are enough to keep you sleepless for days.
More than this, however, is the issue of TIME and that it is the

only thing left we have that has genuine value.
This is my belief.
Whatever else we do create, build, destroy, accomplish it is all just dross.
The only element of creation that we should be valuing is TIME.
Every precious drop of it.
Time, for me, is everything.
We are born and die; and between those two frontiers there's only

so many minutes and moments;

and, to truly respect them, ourselves and the gift itself,
there must be a deep and boundless appreciation for how those

minutes and moments are being used.
They must not be wasted!

This has caused me to go daringly out into the world to travel as

much as I can, try everything from

horseback-riding to go-karting and -- as time passes I hope a long

list of other, more adventurous, things.

Perhaps I'll jump out of a plane and climb a mountain,

canoe down the Nahanni
River or run with the bulls, try firewalking.

Who knows.

The possibilities are endless.

More than anything I don't want to die and reflect on my

death-bed that I was born and remained in a small-town somewhere

and never ventured out into the world to do anything fascinating.

I consider my sex-life an excellent use of that time; and sex is not

something anyone should have to pay for.
That's ridiculous! When someone pays for my time they are

paying me to choose them over someone or something else I

could be doing with that time whether
it's laying in the grass watching the treetops, sailing,

or writing the great-American novel.

Or watching paint dry. However I spend my time it matters to me
deeply and profoundly even when I am doing something that might

seem to others a waste of it.

My choices are deliberate. THIS is what I want to be doing right now.

I don't drift. I don't meander from one moment of my life to another.

I don't want to end a day or week or a month or year and

look back and see all the hours I didn't make deliberate choices

and so I essentially wasted hours and days not really making choices.
When I choose you...I am choosing you very specifically.
You matter.
It matters.
The time I give you is my priceless time.
You become my focus.
It's important to me that you know the time we share and have

and spend is gone...forever.

It cannot be recovered.
So it matters to me.
The best way to give the greatest value to that time is to make

you matter so that it is time well-spent.

I've already made so many priceless memories with you all.

I hope to have a library of amazing memories of the time I have spent with you.

Unlike everything else, they can't be burned, lost or stolen.

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