“cloud walker”; one who lives in the clouds of their own imagination, or one who does not obey by the conventions of society, literature, or art.

Nefelibata is a Portuguese word derived from “nephele”(cloud) and “batha”(a place where you can walk).

GREG RAKOZY RFP

 

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