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relocating and looking for a temporary place to stay while looking for an apartment
I've been told that I'm compassionate, loving, generous, creative, a good listener and a true friend. My fiancée is the light of my life and the center of my world. She is sweet, caring, devoted, giving, and also very creative. We have open minds and hearts and are very down-to-earth. Our decision to move to Hawaii is in response to an inner calling we're feeling. We're looking to couch surf for a few days while we look for an apartment to rent.
we're spiritual beings sharing a human experience.. it feels like we're each remembering all that we didn't know we had forgotten, as we hold each other's hands and journey Home together.. this life has been a continuous lesson and a letting go of all that blocks our awareness and experience of infinite, eternal, divine love.. our purpose is to learn how to live and love fearlessly, to heal and help each other heal
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
We've never had a couch surfing experience, but we have friends who have, and they said it was an amazing experience. One friend couch surfed all over southeast Asia, and had some truly magical spiritual experiences through his encounters.
we love animals, music, books, adventures of any kind, and all sorts of outdoor activities (especially anything related to the beach and ocean), nature, and sharing laughter and love with friends and family.. anything that uplifts the spirit and fills the heart
- outdoor activities
Music, Movies, and Books
movies: Moonrise Kingdom; Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Gandhi, Forrest Gump
books: poetry (Rumi, ee cummings, Kahlil Gibran); The Alchemist; Eye of the I, Les Miserables
music: open to all types, prefer jazz, classical, acoustic, classic rock, jam bands (grateful dead).. loveeee the beatles
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I spent 6 months traveling around India, experiencing ashram life in the context of a few different traditions.. Buddhist, Hindu, and Christian. I spent a brief time volunteering with a missionary and orphanage to help people who were very poor, sick and dying. It was an incredible journey of restoration, inspiration, and healing.. for myself and many people I encountered, and to somehow play a role in caring for them and helping them was an unforgettable, life-changing experience. I also was blessed with the opportunity to sit for three days of teachings and exchanges with the Dalai Lama, and to witness and share in his lovingkindness and compassion was also an amazing experience.