Dear RentMen Visitors, Recently MoorofEros chose to answer 16 interview questions and his interview was last updated on .
What would you like your followers to know about you that is unique and even a bit personal?
I became a professional writer for three years, post dropping out of art school in San Francisco. Currently, I’m working with editors and established authors in the industry towards publishing my own debut novel.
If you were to pick something that everyone else should absolutely know about you, what would that be?
I’d want people to know that, at the end of the day, there is always justice in the reflection that life presents, day to day. For me, order is not only implied by this justice, but is expanded when I can notice the cause of reflections that I’ve endured in my encounters with nature. Knowing and loving myself—and the self in others—is the order of the day.
What are your hobbies? What do you like to do in your spare time?
My favorite hobbies include: discovering music, writing new material for my books, studying human interactions, pondering reality and making love to myself on the dance floor.
How do you go that ‘extra mile' in your life?
No mile is extra when one constantly strives for progress.
What do you do for fun?
Anything that makes my heart sing, which often literally includes singing.
What is your ‘niche’?
Awareness is my niche, but some call it voodoo. Being conscious of the needs of others and how they intersect with my own brings a presence to the table that feels almost religious in its power. I consider myself to be a whore of the gods.
What would you say are your greatest personal traits?
The grace of my general temperament, the analytical nature of my mind, and the discipline that is showcased in my art. Check out an extension of that artwork, here:
Tell us about the best experience you have had in your life.
The best experience I’ve had in life (so far) is falling in love, practicing tantric sex with this lover, and enduring the magical (and chaotic) aftermath of its unfolding and unfortunate dissipation. Loving and learning.
How often do you travel? Do you prefer to travel or are you more of a homebody?
I travel often, mostly on behalf of my clients. While I enjoy a stable and serene environment, I’ve been blessed enough to surround myself with people who aid me in co-creating and recreating that serenity, during these excursions.
What makes you stand out from the crowd?
I’d like to say beauty, or style, or something physical, but my disposition speaks louder than those aspects. I’m an introverted creative that has a gift for pretending to be sociable, but my reserved nature creates an aura of mystery that is attractive and unique.
What kind of diet and fitness regime do you follow?
I’ve followed a strict pescatarian diet for the last two years, or so, with a limited intake of carbs, high in fat as well as protein. I train at the gym four days every week, for 60 to 90 minutes per session.
What’s your lifestyle? What makes you who you are?
As of late, my lifestyle has revolved around forcing myself to eat enough calories to sustain my new weightlifting practice. A groundbreaking trajectory, I know. Fitness and diet, always interests of mine, have become my latest obsessions. Besides that, I spend a great deal of my energy learning to navigate the world as a writer and aspiring novelist.
If we sat on the beach and drank wine and ate great food just you and I, what would you tell me about yourself and your life?
I’d tell you that I regret nothing, that I find meaning in almost everything, a glimmer of hope, an inspirational message of becoming that can be gleaned from negative experiences, as well as the experiences I love and cherish most. I’ve welcomed the Rolodex of circumstances, high and low, as this sort of contrast makes the world spin on its axis—day and night—in steady rotation.
I’d confess that I’m not the happiest person in the world, nor the wealthiest, or most intelligent, but I believe my attention to the abundance that life can offer—whether physical or metaphysical—has purified my heart of the baggage or traumas one might assume a person in this profession would endure. In this sense, I see my life as a private/public companion to be deeply entwined with who I am as a human being.
What should others absolutely know about you?
Others should know, right away, that harmony is a form of urgency for me. If I possessed any super power (besides telepathy and telekinesis, of course), I think I’d be deemed an equalizer, due to my tendency to mediate between people, places and things; it’s important for me to establish the common ground that exists between all of nature’s eclectic expressions.
What do you enjoy most about yourself?
What I like most about myself is that I can always, through that quiet internal compass, find my way through the forest, no matter the emotional distance traversed.
What are 5 things you can’t live without?
1. Meditation, Peace of Mind
2. A Stabilized Will
3. A Sense of Direction or Intuition
4. Creative Expression, and
5. Illuminating Conversation.