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live life to the fullest, carpe the diems, find something worth putting my life to
passionately filling pages of a journal on experiences spiritual, trying to understand the nature of wonder, and chase bliss and understanding wherever it leads. i look forward to being a part of a harmonious and altruistic community, family, live with the land, in the mean time i travel free because i have the opportunity to do so before settling.
i try to follow five principles both in my actions and pursuits: truth, beauty, love, honour, and freedom.
i feel that the experience of living is a tremendous opportunity for learning, but also to make the world a better place by our actions.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
friends and relatives have always been welcome in all of my homes, or as companions on the journey, and their friends and friends of friends, and new friends too. i like that Couch-Surfing opens that network wider so we all take part in that sharing of friendship and space. i think it's a wonderful way to share and learn, and trade the pleasurable necessity of shelter with each other.
i've mostly stayed with friends and family, blessed to have some of both in so many places around Oz and the world. Other than that, i generally camp - sites or scrub or anywhere handy.
writing, reading, sharing ideas, cooking (and eating), philosophical argument, chess, pool, coffee, experiencing the world with all of the senses.
Music, Movies, and Books
there is a lot, and ecclectic.
i'm reading herman hesse at the moment, and i've loved all his works that i've read. For movies i find i enjoy kids films, adventure, fantasy, the works of Miyazaki, Terry Gilliam, and Tim Burton.
Music is a bit of everything, not so much hip-hop, R&B, or country, and a lot of indie and classic rock, beach music, chill.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
A week spent on the streets of London without speaking, it helped me appreciate something of the nature of the city and walking - rather than trains - was a brilliant experience of the sights and architecture off the regular tourist routes.
Teach, Learn, Share
Tarot is something i've had experience with since i was young, i've studied the inner workings from qabbalah and the mysticisms of the major arcana journey to the elemental energies of the four suits.
I dabble with many things, particularly mythologies and communication. i would love to learn more of this, and of everything in general, definitely always keen and happy to share what i know and believe.