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I’m determined to learn about the you that sits behind the veil you use to hide everything about yourself that society has deemed different.

I want to hear your real story. I want to understand your pain and to help you overcome your doubts.

I want to have an open conversation with you where its okay to discuss our fears, our dreams, our happiness, our unique experiences, and our different beliefs.

I want to accept you for who you are, and not the public you that you wear like a costume.

I want to become less ignorant because you are in my life.

I want to be honest with you without either of us feeling the need to sugarcoat our words because we both know there is no ill intent.

I want you to feel comfortable sitting with me, unguarded and unafraid.

I want to build the kind of friendship with you that’s built for an eternity.

I’m determined to learn about the you that sits behind the veil you use to cover everything about yourself that society has deemed different.

Will you undress with me? ~ Sean King


The Lost Art of Conversation



Someday, I hope to sit down with you, to look in your eyes, to hear your voice, to converse using the full array of tools we’ve been given; voice fluctuations, hand gestures, body language, pace, facial expressions, and eye movement.

Someday, I hope to have an honest and open dialogue with you, without interruptions, without being defensive, without misunderstanding; our souls harmonically synchronized to the rhythm of each other’s beat.

Someday, I hope to share a space with you at a time when we are present in the moment, both mentally and physically; where the words coming out of our mouths and the unspoken language of our souls are just as necessary as the oxygen we use to feed our lungs, our heart, and our mind.

Someday, I hope to meet you in a place that sits just beyond the reach of our internet connections, of our cell phone towers, of our satellite feeds, and out of the range of all the other distractions that we’ve allowed to impede something that used to come so naturally to us.

Someday, I hope to converse with you in a place so beautifully peaceful that I can hear the blood flowing through your veins and the thump of your heart.

Someday, I hope to sit down and talk with you, to have the kind of dialogue that 60 years of marriage is built on, the kind of discussion that is necessary to establish lifelong friendships, to have the kind of dialogue that leaves you longing… for the next conversation.

Whenever you’re ready, I’ll be waiting for you…

Just Around the Corner


…now that my birthday is less than a month away, I’m officially open to accept invitations for breakfast, lunch, dinner, good conversation over tea, thought provoking books, warm smiles, unsolicited acts of kindness, free love with no conditions, and to be in the presence of the kind of happiness that makes unhappy people sick… ~ Sean King