My only saving grace in this downward spiral of intuition guilt, is what a well known theatre director once told me.“You know you’re doing what you should be, when at the end, it feels like you didn’t do anything.” About
“We cultivate love when we allow our most vulnerable and powerful selves to deeply seen and known, and when we honour the spiritual connection that grows from that offering with trust, respect, kindness, and affection. Love is not something
“You have to be confident and brave enough to put yourself out there, because nothing is more fragile than your ideas. Someone’s ideas. You’re really exposing yourself anytime you’re creating something, because it’s coming directly from you. And it takes
I think that I’ve come to understand that my life as an actor – as a fully alive human being – means that I’m going to have a bit of a rollercoaster of a life. Life’s going to be BIG.
Almost exactly one year ago I left America for England so I could be an actor. Though in my past rather petulant posts I’ve hinted what I left, I have not been explicit. Yes, a good job, friends, family, stability,
“My greatest periods of growth have come when I have been in solitude – usually surrounded by nature. I have found that I self reflect more during those times, discover more of my genuine interests independently of anyone else’s opinion.”