This month has been special. It has filled my heart with hope for all the possibility that’s still out there. Hey, I may be thirty, but I’m still young. The speakers at Creative Life’s first event were a real inspiration.
Victor: Fortunately, or Unfortunately, we live in a time and place where I can make of myself whatever I want.
First things first. As I haven’t had a chance to see a psychiatrist yet, I’ll have to leave the issue of pharmaceuticals on hold for now. Right now, my focus is on my upcoming play “Mis Papás” in which I
Victor: It’s frustrating to see the life you want through a haze and to keep letting it slip from your hands.
Oh boy, this last month was a doozy. My circumstances seem to be in no way different from before, but the panic of never escaping a cycle I can now more clearly see has rocked me and almost made me
Victor: I have wanted these things for so long, shouldn’t it be harder?
This new year has presented some interesting opportunities. I’ve welcomed the old Chinese “may you live in interesting times” curse into my life, so, no surprises there. For one, love is… well, it’s like nothing I’ve experimented before. People know
Victor: Worst case scenario I’ll get a no, but at least I’ll be true to myself.
The afterglow of my meditation wore off all too quickly. It was like I had left my baggage at the Canadian border, and it was waiting for me when I got back. As soon as I returned, my cell phone
Victor: I’ve spent years foregoing travel opportunities to wait for that big audition that may skyrocket me into stardom.
Has it really been just over two months since my partner and I separated? Every day seems so long, and yet as I look back, it seems like time has rushed by. At the end of August I was laying