The Canvas of My Life
I, like Jason have always looked forward to a time when I could be a father. I was lucky to have been blessed with a great father and understand the importance of good father figure in your life. I want to be a great role model for my own kids, make them proud, and help them to grow stronger and better than myself. I am thankful for my father and I know someday I will return life this great gift and become a great father myself. Jason Momoa, thanks for being a real man. They world needs more real.
Keep growing in the light direction.
“I found balance and i found my passion. I wanted to see the world climbing. I craved the road, the wild, i wanted to get out and explore it all. Camping, fires, playing music, telling stories, living in the dirt, eating crackers and sardines. I packed up my life and i put it on my back, free to wander, everywhere. From Tibet to France, Italy, Japan… Everywhere USA. My travels made me a student of life.”
“I found my path, i’m a craftsman, my craft is story telling.”
“I’m a father. I found my place, my home. Like any father we want our children to see us doing what we love.”
“I decided to surround my children with who I am. With music, Painting, all my art forms. Cause if I teach them to skate, then they can surf or snowboard. Ultimate balance, bold and brave in any terrain. And if I teach them to climb, then they can push themselves to the limits, gracefully move through fear and doubt. To learn respect for our natural resources, cause if they can admire natures truest colors, they can begin to see the beauty in all things, to be aware of those inconspicuous and overlooked details of life. I want to give them my eyes. They will know art. They’ll paint, sculpt, they’ll understand light and darkness, the composition, to find their soul. And that’s where the music lies, the soul. Teach them to play because if they can play they can sing, if they can sing then they can dance and when you dance you celebrate. It is all connected. These lessons will tech them expression of self and if I build it I can teach them hard work, and dedication, integrity, the moral code. Now every time my children play they can feel like their papa is always with them.”