Today I went to see Dax around 1500 hours today. We had a very interesting talk about my life and my relationships. By the way Dax, Ezri Dax is the Station's counselor.
When she was Jadzia Dax , we had a good relationship, but not as close as the one I am developing with Ezri. From the point of view of the counselor it seems that my clarity of perception about my whole life is changing. Things take a different venue when you are not enjoying yourself. I never trusted counselors until now, it is hard to trust people you don't know. Eventually you learn that you need to trust yourself; that will guide you to trust others.
I guess the most important part for me is to understand where, why and how of my emotions. As it stands now, I don't want to waste any time in my life with unfinished business. I want to be direct and upfront with the enjoyment of my personal and professional life. My therapy is going according to standards and within the parameters of Starfleet.
I guess like everyone else in this universe, I want to be happy, health, prosperous and to travel alongside a companion. Sometimes that is not possible, I understand that, but one thing is for sure, the wonders of the prophets are always in my mind. Like the giant elliptical gallaxies we found by the Omarion Nebula where the Changelings live.
Sometime the spiritual warrior in me has to grasp the idea that there is life after death no matter what is and is not possible to my intellectual mind. I do believe in a kind of afterlife like the Kilngons do, Stovokor.
Sto-vo-kor is, in Klingon mythology, the afterlife for the honored dead, where all true warriors go after they die to fight an eternal battle against great enemies. The halls of Sto-vo-kor were said to be guarded by Kahless the Unforgettable.
The only way for a Klingon to enter Sto-vo-kor is to die in battle or by performing a heroic deed. The family and relatives of the deceased can also perform such a deed in the name of the fallen to ensure their arrival in the halls.
What a better way to die, but to die in honor. An empty death is a dishonor in the afterlife.
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