About the Author of desirablelove.com:

AboutMe

New York University
MA · Aesthetics (study of the mind and emotions in relation to the sense of beauty/harmony)  Colloquium Title: “The Meta- and Physical Epistemology of Aesthetics: how the human body, mind & spirit are effected by beauty/harmony & love”

New York University
BA · Double Major: Psychology/Art History · Double Minor: Writing/Photography

I have lived and worked throughout the USA and Europe. Additionally, I traveled for roughly 3 years while living on a 72-foot sailboat. Lastly, I have had the opportunity to travel extensively throughout Western & Eastern Europe, Russia and Africa as well.

I attended christian primary and secondary schools. After what I had seen and experienced in the world, I had some problems with the concept of blind faith… While still in an Episcopal Prep School, I started searching for Universal Truths to answer questions (I felt Christianity was not). As a consequence, over the past 34 years I have researched, studied & practiced most major traditional (Western & Eastern) lifestyle philosophies & world religions. In the end, I found that the essence of all were actually one in the same. We truly are all One – all connected – all affecting ourselves as well as all those around us.

My life and education have afforded me a very unique (global) view of the world. Something I think is worth sharing:

I hope my blog helps you find health, happiness, harmony & through that a love & a wealth like you’ve never known!

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New York University MA · Aesthetics (study of the mind and emotions in relation to the sense of beauty/harmony) Colloquium Title: “The Meta- and Physical Epistemology of Aesthetics: how the human body, mind & spirit are effected by beauty/harmony & love” New York University BA · Double Major: Psychology/Art History · Double Minor: Writing/Photography Former Columnist New York Post · New York, NY

18 thoughts on “About the Author of desirablelove.com:”

      1. Ditto. Not pertaining to you as I do not at all know you; but as Jimmie Hendrix once said: Manic-Depression is a frustrating mess. Like the weather: Highs and Lows. Avoid the Polar Vortex, Hurricanes and Tornadoes at all cost

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  1. Thank you for taking the time to read one of my articles, I’m glad that you liked it. You say that you answer all questions. Please can I ask you one? What shall it profit a man if he shall gain the whole world and lose his own soul?

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    1. Dear True Truth,

      Thank you for the question. My gut tells me that you already know the answer. Anyone searching for True Truth is probably not in danger of losing their soul. I am guessing you are testing the waters so-to-speak. That’s fine. I’m game. I love philosophy!

      My answer is: Nothing. A person will profit nothing if they gain the whole (material) world and lose their own soul. As C.S. Lewis stated, “You don’t have a soul. You are a soul. You have a body.” If you lose your soul, you die; physically or metaphorically, you die.

      Such a sad thought. However, again, I’m not worried about that happening to you — I know it won’t.

      Thanks for seeing if you could trust me. I hope I passed the test.

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  2. Sounds like you’ve had some pretty amazing experiences and traveled to some pretty interesting places! I plan on doing the same sometime in the near future. Thanks for following me, that’s how I was able to come look you up.

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  3. Just today you began following my blog. I am very grateful, thank you. Also, there is this (which I hope will bring a smile to your face) : The pictures of dancers you have fill me with an earthy joy. Years ago I danced with the Joffrey. Thank you for being you. And, remember that wonderful Oscar Wilde quote: “Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.”

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    1. Lovely! What a great quote! My parents both loved to dance, all of us children studied dance… I continued throughout and after college… I never pursued it professionally. However, I would have to say it’s has always been my greatest love… where I feel the most free & simultaneously the most connected… Where I can truly be myself. Dancing with the Joffrey… you have certainly filled many with joy!

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