Hello – pleased to meet you

It’s great to be distracted from the usual and live in the extraordinary.

I consider myself to be a Fabler and Perspectivist

My intention is to discover a personal subjective truth – an understanding – purpose. For me this means living a life of contemplation, choice, and compassion.

My path (and I hope you will join me, challenge me, and learn with me) is travelled by suspending what I believe to be true and examining it. Pulling it out into the light to see what it really is. Acceptance base on tradition or popular opinion is not this path. Rocking of boats and bucking of systems is – or at least I hope it is – to some extent.

So as to my self given titles:

A fabler is a spinner of tales, some true and some fiction, all in pursuit of deeper meaning. Fiction and stories provide a view we may ignore in our every day (go about the business of getting from paycheck to paycheck) kind of lives.

A perspectivist looks at things from different points of view. Near – far – upsidewards – changing focus to learn more before choosing a vision that rings true with their core.


Any story that creates an escape from the mundane is good for me. And this is me trying to be the hero of my fable.

4 thoughts on “Hello – pleased to meet you”

  1. I saw your site on your twitter profile and thought I’d drop by for a visit. I like your style and love your work.

    I wish you good luck and great success.

    John Holland

    Poetry Sans Frontieres
    Building bridges with words.

    http://poetrysansfrontieres.weebly.com/

  2. Hi! I’ve nominated you for the Liebster Award! It is an award recognizing small blogs, so please continue the tradition by nominating others! You can find out more on my page at http://emilyramos.wordpress.com/2013/04/18/liebster-award/
    Have a lovely day!

  3. Hey, thanks for the follow on my blog!

  4. Interesting blog. Looking forward to reading more :-)

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