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Ray Malus - Author, Poet, Musician, Actor

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If you read my History section, you know I've done a lot of different things in my life. The common thread has always been to try to make others feel the things I do, and to demonstrate the fact that, no matter what you sometimes feel, you're not alone. To reveal a truth.

I was born exceptionally bright. I'm not bragging. It's a mixed blessing. Intelligence can isolate you from people, and loneliness is a terrible affliction. "Smarts" also means that often you can see outcomes 'way before other people — but you still can't change 'em. This puts you in the position of watching two trains rush toward a collision, but not being able to throw the switch that would avert it. 
However, a high I.Q. has given me a certain amount of adaptability, and a knack for "seeing how things work." That, and two parents who believed that 'What-ever one person can do, another can, too — with a little thought and a lot of practice," has given me a fairly pleasant life.

I was blessed with two wonderful parents. and membership in the best society that has existed:

20th-Century America. (It will be quite a while until the vote's in on our 21st.)
It feels like most of what's brought me success is self-taught, but that's an illusion. I built on
the education I got, and mostly re-discovered things that others learned with a lot of hard work.