Carnival in Venice -29 by Stefan Insam CC BY-SA 2.0
I have the luxury of knowing you, however strange people see you. You’ve always been bold, dynamic and haunting, an act that’s so hard to fathom. In fact, you jettison anyone who would stand up to your creative tendencies. And you don’t mind living out of your suitcase, going from one place to another, wherever and whenever pleases you. What I love is you’re my frequent guest, passing by every time you’re in the vicinity. And we laugh a lot, talking about your different adventures and experiences. Sometimes we also talk about the hindrances and challenges you’ve encountered. I venture: “don’t you think it’ll have something to do with your act?” receiving an affronted look for my temerity. You thought about it, then said that the feeling of movement or kinaesthesia is married to musical sequence, by which the shapes seem to converse in a kind of different environment. But hold on there, you’re at the junction of your career or life and should decide which way to go. Good luck, my friend.