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World Brotherhood Union
well, i learned this website from my friend and i have really get exited when i heard. in these months i would like to host somebody. i can improve my english maybe :( i guess we can really enjoy, because istanbul is a nice and magic city and i'm a little bit enjoyable :)
in these years i interest with reiki that is a japanese philosophy. my life has been changed really too much and is still changing.
i don't like to judge and be judged. i like myself and everybody can have some different thoughts or styles i don't care. harmony is the most important thing, 'cause all of us are part of one. i respect the harmony and balance in the universe.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
i hosted a guy from netherland. i think that was a good first experience...
the second one is with a spanish girl living in france. i hosted her,too.
the third one was from canada, he took some hands and feet photos. that was interesting but enjoyable..
and after those i have lots of CS experiences, some short meetings, regular meetings, meetings with friends of CS members, meetings with friends of CS member's friends, meeting with friends of CS member's friend's fiends.. :) and going like this
i like listening music live performance.
drinking beer sometimes
all kinds of sports...
Music, Movies, and Books
i usually prefer to listen rock music.
i really interest with original and creative movies.tarantino is my favorite
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
first kiss was really so exited :)
the other one was when i was 4 or 5 years old. i had gone a mountain walking with my family. i remember a setting that i skid and would fall to abyss the very nearly. my father's friend cought me. i will never forget that moment
Teach, Learn, Share
i really propose to research and learn more about reiki. but i prefer to talk this matter face to face, 'cause i can show something about energy transferring.
Countries I’ve Visited
Egypt, Netherlands, Spain
Countries I’ve Lived In