About Me In Brief

First of all I’d like to state that this post can nowise be taken for granted for as you can guess everything that follows is exceptionally subjective. On the one hand the question is bound to arise, – ‘who can know me better than me?’, but the second question is shouting out from the other hand, – ‘how can I happen to know myself if I can only see my reflection in the mirror id est I’m not even blessed enough by the Holy Whoever-It-Is-Up-There to see my ears, I’ve been burdened with for twenty years and a couple of months, without help of the above-mentioned mirror.

I must also admit that I’m finding it quite difficult to describe myself. Still I wouldn’t say I tend to find easy ways (not true), therefore I will go on…

My character: from my perspective I’m absolutely easy to get on with, although people who find it easy to do it, only do it with the image that I feel blessed by the Holy Whoever-It-is-Up-There to be able to create. I’m too deep to seem deep, but I’m not deep enough to seem shallow. Well, I hope you (those few who are interested) will all be able to find out about my character more from the further posts on this blog that I promise will take place soon.

My beliefs: I believe in dreaming and the power of thought. It’s my strongly held conviction that our thoughts are able to change the matter i.e. reality. It might seem meaningless but I think that reality only influence our inner world when it’s influenced by our inner world itself. A famous but American writer once wrote, ‘My body is a temple’, I do believe that people possess the right to go further, to be more arrogant in our beliefs – and mine is, ‘My mind is the world’.

My learnedness: I wouldn’t say that I know a lot. More than that, to my mind, if somebody says he or she knows a lot, they do know nothing or something that borders with nothing. Socrates once said, ‘The only wisdom is in knowing you know nothing’. This quote is something I’m not too far away to agree with. Not that I assumed I couldn’t be that audacious as not to dispute his words – no. As a matter of fact I believe anything can be questioned by any-one. And this questioning is the main engine of evolution. I know as much as I should know and so does everybody. Nevertheless, be kind and don’t form an opinion about me as if I were stupid. I think I am not – I have read a couple of books.

Well it must be enough for you to grasp what kind of personality I am. And if you haven’t, I hope it will only spur you up to read the posts that this one will be followed by.

R. A. O’Rayne


38 thoughts on “About Me In Brief

  1. Nomadic Photographers says:

    Your honesty is much appreciated.

  2. Tx for following the LifeStyle Concept blog!

  3. ohwhimsicalme says:

    Thanks for visiting Oh Whimsical Me. I enjoyed your bio.

  4. Thanks for following K Street Journal! 🙂

  5. mfinocchiaro says:

    You are off to a fantastic start. You will find that writing is therapeutic and rewarding even if it can be hard work from time to time. And I’ll keep reading, even if you are a Liverpool fan 🙂

  6. bananabatman says:

    Thank you for visiting, and following my blog. I hope that the ‘picture book’ style of it doesn’t disappoint you too much.

  7. Hi there–found your blog because you ‘liked’ my post today…pleased to meet you and may I say that you sound like a very interesting person…looking forward to reading more of your posts!

  8. Katrina says:

    The way you described yourself by your thoughts is really nice, and yes, deep. Your blog is interesting. 🙂

  9. Thanks for following! I’m about to do the same. Hope that’s okay. 😉 Here’s to living, laughing and loving.

  10. Kristine says:

    Your blog is horrifyingly fascinating.

  11. Thanks for following tripsfor2 — not sure how you found us, from the Ukraine. But thanks from Portland, Oregon!

  12. voodoodr06 says:

    Thanks for following my blog http://www.voodoodr06.wordpress.net and for you excellent writings.

  13. Thanks for liking my blogpost and following me; you have a beautiful writing style 😀

  14. cherisong says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog and liking my post. Your writing is going to make interesting reading for me.

  15. Hello and Thanks for the follow! Your bio is very interesting, will bookmark and read more often, 🙂 An excellent read 🙂

  16. Loris Klaft says:

    Loving the info on this web site, you have done outstanding job on the posts.

  17. mosartpage says:

    thanks for liking my recent post… i hope to read some of your lovely words in due course! thanks again. mo

  18. It’s refreshing to read something unique and at the same time close to my point of view for a change. I admire you’re candid way of expressing yourself and what you write in regards to questioning anything by anyone is one of my absolute favorite ideas of all time, one that I sue and cherish like a little child I never have nor will I ever have. Thank you for sharing a piece of myself, and for also liking my posts. Lucianus

  19. erw74559 says:

    Your descriptions remind me of the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle in that the more we know of ourselves the less we know of others and the more we know of others the less we know of ourselves. Or perhaps this is an illusion as well. I find your contemplations inspiring. Thank you R.A. O’Rayne!

  20. Miss M says:

    I am also from Ukraine:) your style of writing is beautiful!

  21. babi69 says:

    Thank you for liking my blog! I truly appreciate it. I am glad that you did, because I have now read and enjoyed your writing as well. I look forward to reading more of you.

  22. I like what you wrote about yourself. It took me a lot longer to know that I don’t know anything. The only thing that I can truthfully write about are my own experiences and the rest is hearsay.

  23. kitfchung says:

    Thanks for liking my post. We are neighbours 🙂

  24. Nice one, you are very mature for your years. Colette Best wishes

  25. Hello! Very interesting article! I love the line ‘I’m too deep to seem deep, but I’m not deep enough to seem shallow’.
    However I must disagree with ‘I know as much as I should know and so does everybody’. I think the wonderful thing about being a human in the few short years we get to be on this earth is the ability to learn more, always more. No one can ever ‘fill their brain’ to capacity, there’s always more to learn.
    Questioning I agree with you, is good. Blind faith is of little value but faith based on personal study is the foundation of true faith. But to question we must take in knowledge to be able to make an informed choice.

  26. May this day, St Patrick’s Day, be your finest ever!

  27. cherisong says:

    Thanks for visiting my little blog. I love that you are a Liverpool supporter, for that I alone I will follow your blog. However I also find your writing intriguing and your honesty refreshing.

  28. Michiel van de Kasteelen says:

    You are quite remarkable, Robert O’Rayne. Can’t help being intrigued as well (or maybe I can). Greetings from Holland.

  29. mskatykins says:

    Love your bio, Robert. Really looking forward to following your blog! 🙂

  30. heartywriter says:

    Well if that’s brief, I’m in for the long version! Happy to see you writing…

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