25 years old Female from Toronto, Ontario, Canada
I have always been an achiever: be it academics, sports, or any aspect of my life. I believe in success through hard work and dedication. I’d describe myself as a person with a versatile skill set, a lot of integrity and a willingness to go an extra mile to satisfy.
My aim is to be able to serve and live as an example to people without expecting anything in return; and to have a life where I can be completely expressive and artistic with no boundaries.
I love travelling and believe that it’s not a reward for working but an education for living. It has the power to leave you speechless and then turn you into a story teller. A place you’ve seen once is better than every other place you’ve only heard about a million times.
I also enjoy the fact that nothing brings people together like good food and fine wine. “One of the very nicest things about life is the way we must regularly stop whatever it is that we are doing and devote our attention to eating.” —Luciano Pavarotti.
Sometimes the best thing you can do is not think, not obsess, not imagine, but just sit, eat, drink and be merry.
Since my childhood, I’ve always been musically inclined and I always believed that music is a form of artistic expression. I played guitar, drums, bass, and piano. Although, I also love visual arts and practice different forms of it, there is a complexity to music that always attracted me to it. We all know that an artist paints on a blank canvas but now imagine a musician; a musician can write music on a piece of paper yes… but a musician paints silence.
I have the deepest affection for intellectual conversation, the ability to just sit and talk...about life, love, anything, and everything. My soul always seemed to starve for deep, rich, authentic, stimulating conversations. Small talk is not for me. I love talking about: music that makes you feel different, galaxies, forms of life, sex, your childhood, memories, advancements in science, religious belief, stories of success and changes that we all go through as human beings.