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Real Name: Michael-Kent Dobison
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Last Message: Wed, 03 May 2017 09:36
My Heart Doesn't Bleed Anymore...
Last Visited: Thu, 17 August 2017 06:22
Gender:Male
Location: South Africa - Gauteng
Occupation: Corporate Travel Co-ordination Executive
Interests: A wide and eclectic range of interests ranging from Sports and Physical activities to Reading and Meditation.
Biography: Life is a rich affair of the senses, where emotions are music and the physical world the orchestra. I play as hard as I work, inhaling the rewards of both in a familiar and appreciative way. I know how to take care of myself - spiritually, mentally and physically, and I'm not prone to excess except in particular, carefully chosen instances. I appreciate art and music and free myself to escape in the concepts they birth. Time represents a canvas on which I display my craft, expressing my experiences with life in interesting and new ways. I find myself yearning for the past as a means to escape the hurried and impersonal present, recalling the lifestyle of my earlier times here. I am happy to lead but also know when following is more rewarding, and why. While I can tell the difference between an old soul and a young one, I am still prone to mild impatience when faced with other souls' faults or bad habits. As a result, I sometimes distance myself and miss out on what otherwise may have been valuable experiences. It is those experiences that will draw me back again and again, until I am a very old soul, and ready for the graduation from the school of the physical.
Date Of Birth: Sat, April 27, 1985
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