He sees himself as a harmless adventurer, a learner as well as teacher. It is never about conquest, he says.
He loves, he says, says love is a borderland, its borders permeable and transient, a place for walls to crumble, for barriers to come down, an exercise of dissolution, a pursuit of communion. Each encounter, he says, is the coalescing of commonalities and of differences, exploring paths of shared experiences while discovering new paths that lead to new territories, unbounded.
Yet inevitably comes the withdrawal, the retreat behind invisible lines. One already looking to the next frontier, the other surveying the breach, taking stock, shoring up.
This week’s cue is BORDER.