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back in southern california.
i'm searching for something more...
born in davis, california, but have lived all over the world for studies/university/soccer; seems california will always be my home though...
my interests vary but i enjoy a simple life of playing soccer, riding my bike, tending to a garden, and having a strong, supportive, and inspiring community.
my goal is to live my life as if it were a potluck between friends: where everyone brings a dish (and can eat even if they don't bring one!), cleans up together, no one asks for any money, and everyone enjoys each others' company. if more aspects of our life could be as such, it'd be a beautiful world.
"For our people, the earth is our mother. They are raping our mother. What would you do if they were raping your mother?"
we don't inherit the earth from our parents; we borrow it from our children.
break the spectacle.
i often contemplate existence outside a western/european dominated world.
A villager on Sankara:
"Sankara's very best idea was to teach us that it wasn't enough to live with what we get in wages each month, we should get by with the minimum and give the rest to the development of the country instead of always asking for aid from overseas."
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
hosting and surfing all over the world! the cultural exchanges and goodness of humanity i've encountered have been extraordinary.
when you meet, you shake hands. when you leave, you hug.
lobbing goalkeepers, cycling, permaculture, reading (esp. upton sinclair but mostly non-fiction), learning to live simply, The One Straw Revolution, Thomas Sankara. The Coconut Revolution.
Music, Movies, and Books
Hemp: Lifeline to the Future, The Exception to the Rulers, Hyperspace, Glenn's Complete Bicycle Manual, 1984, Moderato Cantabile, Shérazade, Live From Death Row, Nations Nègres et Culture, Thomas Sankara Parle, The Shock Doctrine, Oil!, the One Straw Revolution, Work
-music with rad(ical) lyrics
-alan braxe and all related acts
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
seattle, the battle of, 1999.
Teach, Learn, Share
grey water harvesting.
would like to learn:
practical skills for survival
What I Can Share with Hosts
delicious food and specious philosophy