About The Recluse Soul



Cat Lady, Sapiosexual, A weird woman who loves DIY and powertools, hiking, cycling, doll making. t-shirt, backpack and sneaker type of woman.

Weakness (tactics used against me to succumb and melt at will):

*Good smelling armpits (male or female – If I smell one I got this urge to put my nose under their armpit)

*Airplanes — I love the sound during flight

*Theme Parks and Adventure resorts

*Nature, small animals and FOOD!!! You can take me anywhere as long as it’s filled with Nature and/or thrill rides.


Free flowing, spur of the moment type of blogger. I am not an English Major or a native English speaker.

I usually use music to express my feelings and thoughts. I also use music to heal, inspire and write. You may have seen that most of my posts have corresponding music or video attached to it. Those are the songs that I used as a sort of bridge to write the thoughts that these songs bring out from my psyche.

Bear with me because most of my posts are unedited. I just write anything that comes in my mind. No, I am not a professional writer but I love and enjoy sharing my thoughts and culture to everyone. I am perverted, Yes. I have an active imagination. I write down my kinks and the things I am frustrated about, my kinks and all that are repressed and I cannot act upon. I am both Light and dark. I write my observation on new places, things and people. I write about almost anything. I enjoy writing fiction stories and poems and anything that brings out emotions that arouses (emotionally, psychologically, sexually and spiritually) others.


The history books are full of stories of gifted persons whose talents were overlooked by a procession of people until someone believed in them. Albert Einstein was four years old before he could speak and seven before he could read. Isaac Newton did poorly in grade school. A newspaper editor fired Walt Disney because he had no good ideas. Werner von Braun failed ninth-grade algebra. Hayden gave up on making a musician of Beethoven, who seemed a slow and plodding man with no apparent talent.

There is a lesson in such stories: Different people develop at different rates, and the best motivators are always on the lookout for hidden capacities. – Alan McGinnis

Remember to muster up your courage and silence your fear … keep your eye on the goal, on what you really want to accomplish, no matter what anyone says or does to deter you. Just keep moving forward.
by Suze Orman

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