As far as I can remember ever since I was a boy I have always occupied my time sketching, drawing, and coloring and I have always done well with my hands. My father being a humble carpenter by trade contributed greatly to my creativity and fondness of building things.
I love nature, I especially love the rain so much so that I named my son after it. I love to hear children's laughter, I love writing children's stories and poems, I love the look on my children’s eyes when the light bulb in their heads turns on. I love tea, coffee, junk food, country, folk, and classic music of the 60's and 70's. I love swords, knives, and bows (I hate guns). I love my privacy, I cherish my short quiet moments, and I love taking naps with my kids next to me. I love the smell of grass after the rain and the loud pouring of raindrops on a tin roof. I love the early morning breeze and the freshness of dew on the grass and leaves, the eerie fog and the winter chill, the sound of crickets and cicadas in the night, the peacefulness of dawn, the trickle of a small creek, and the silence and warmth of a lazy summer afternoon. I love the sweet and peaceful sound of a wind chime, the smell of fresh pine wood, and the graceful sway of the golden rice plants. I love my children’s excitement of Christmas and the old precious memories it totes. But most of all I love my family; my mother and my siblings, my wife is my best friend, my one constant and true companion in sickness and in health, and I love my two precious angels, they are the center of my universe, my only treasure here on earth. My family is my wall and my bridge, they make life much sweeter and every hardship easier to bear.
I am furious when someone or something disrupts my circle, my Zen, my harmony, and my privacy. I strive to be adaptable for the only constant in life is 'Change'. I'm not a gambler, but a calculated risk taker.
I believe in fate but I also believe in shaping your own destiny. I don't believe in Religion although I'm a Catholic and a strong believer in faith and the Blessed Virgin Mary, I am not religious but I am spiritual. I don't believe a person should be confined in the practices of his/her religion, a person is born to shape his own fate. A person should not be judged by his religion, nor the color of his skin, or the extent of his education, but rather by his deeds and actions. I am a strong believer in God, what Science could not explain I turn to God and faith for comfort.
To God, Reverence. To fellow men, Benevolence; and to yourself, Humility and a life of Divine Existence. - RizoRex