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i wish to meet and i wish to greet.
funny, creative, altruistic, etymologius.
love, laugh, change, sing, fly
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
i have now hosted many many times. some ok people and some real dudes. since march 2013 I have been surfing thanks to couchsurfing.org and have had nothing but very good experiences. when in vancouver i slept in the same room as many couchsurfers in the house i went on to rent a room in. there must have been a million couchsurfers in the six months i was there. maybe a zillion.
i enjoy working toward a greater synchronicity, adding more dimensions to my blank canvas, my love, each day, and learning to appreciate things more as i get smarter, like i'm waking up to life.
I like to sing and play instruments, as many as possible, and i like to draw and paint and make jewelry and design clothes.
I have worked for two seasons as an extra on tv show 'Game of Thrones'.
Music, Movies, and Books
Back to the Future, Douglas Adams, Hermann Hesse, Haruki Murakami, Tolkien, Neil Gaimen, Wes Anderson, Tim and Eric, Haiku. And kinda like 91% of music since the dawn of time.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
i'm no monk, but i have been to some superb corners in my mind (mind being the best word i could come up with.
Apart from in my mind - Once i saw a rainbow halo around the full moon. Circling this much further away was another, white, ring. A year or so later i told someone and that night it happened exactly the same.
Teach, Learn, Share
The ratio of any two consecutive Fibonacci numbers approximates 1.618 or its inverse, 0.618 (after the first few numbers). getting closer and closer and closer closer to the golden ratio, the blueprint for the spiral that's seen all throughout life the universe and everything, and a number that some say goes on and on and some say does not.
This wows me.
i don't know if anyone will get this or entertain the thought but if the golden ratio does not go on forever then that could prove that infinity is a finite number. before i knew about what i have been writing here, only a few months ago, i had a thought, like a light bulb above my head, about how infinity is a finite number. the next day i accidentally stumbled upon a film about a guy, i think centuries ago, who tried and tried to prove it. he kept losing faith and marbles and died an official weirdo. though anything else in maths is all greek to me and just as handy.
What I Can Share with Hosts
i know some things about playing musical instruments and about health/herbs/infinite potential/macro biology.
Countries I’ve Visited
Canada, Egypt, France, Gambia, Germany, Greece, India, Ireland, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, Senegal, Spain, Tunisia, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In
Canada, Ireland, United Kingdom