Today in Boston is such a treat for the senses. Mild, warm temperature, the smoky scent of stoves and fallen leaves in the air, colors, only slight traffic because most people have fled the city for the holiday..then there’s the sunset. Always by the river, my favorite thinking spot. The waves are so soft, I feel like I can let go and glide on their surface. Rolling clouds meet the roofs of concrete buildings, lights in the distance become brighter.
I moved across the ocean from Bulgaria to the US at age 16, alone, in pursuit of my studies. Since then, I have graduated from college in Connecticut, lived in Spain, traveled across Europe, met some extraordinary individuals, redefining the conventional understanding of "family," and learned how to live more meaningfully. A passionate student of Plato and Heidegger, I see travel as the ultimate guide to self-knowledge and reflection upon one's purpose. I strive to immerse myself deeply into foreign environments and hopefully learn how to cook a few local delicacies. A thrill-seeker of what Immanuel Kant calls the "sublime," namely breathtaking natural landscapes, I try to immortalize them with my little Cannon camera. The pursuit of philosophical epiphanies and gastronomical indulgence is deeply embedded in my adventures.I just lost my crazy, overwhelming corporate job and am job hunting and diving into my writing. Here or abroad - bring it on!
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