About

Louren

Louren, a work in progress who sees herself as a “collection of paradoxes.” I believe in the power of words yet I need to witness action to avoid unrealistic assumptions. I am thrilled that the future is brimming with possibilities but I don’t want to lose sight of the present, which is the only thing I ever have. I dread being swamped by work but I find myself getting an adrenaline rush from accomplishing things under pressure. I love interacting with people but I also find myself being able to hibernate in my abode for days.

If being fluent in gay lingo is essential for a job, I would have been highly in demand by now. I’m often found wearing v-neck shirts, short shorts and is commonly mistaken for either a high school girl or a college freshman. I acknowledge people are too complex to fall into specific categories yet there is so much truth in being identified as an ENFP person.

I am a huge fan of inspirational quotes and passages but I find that the Serenity Prayer is always applicable.

God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; the courage to change the things I can; the wisdom to know the difference.

Singing my heart out in videoke places, along with some of my favorite people, is one of my favorite form of catharses–next to writing in solitude and having a no-holds-barred conversation with friends.

In sum, this page is a fragment of my filtered ramblings and musings, the preservation in words of which give me a different sense of peace and clarity.

I must have been absent when my teacher discussed writing a brief yet concise introduction of one’s self.

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