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i try to be natural, open-minded, non-judgemental and pure.
music. skateboarding. conversations. to share things. books. to be outside and explore. vegan/raw food. photography. yoga. learn new things. psychology. hitchhiking. to restore my furniture. meditation. writing. arthouse cinema. create and express myself. simplify my life and reduce it to the bare essentials. accept responsibility for myself, the environment, the people around me, society, the third world in a reasonable, feasible and realistic way.
at the moment:
' breaking the waves // i cant ignore (I tried) // the ocean is strong // i cannot stem the tide ...
and when I die // there will be nothing to say // except I tried // not to waste another day // trying to stem the tide
the song 'breaker' from the band deerhunter
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
hosting, surfing, meet people
only positive. :)
Music, Movies, and Books
music:a lot. laura marling, beirut, youth lagoon, smiths, seabear, beach fossils, errors, jamie t, belle and sebastian, diiv, bombay bicycle club, yann tiersen, foals, headlights, bon iver, arcade fire, crystal castles, the tallest man on earth, firekites, flashguns, bright eyes, joy division, david bowie, the cure, noah and the whale (old stuff), here we go magic, camera obscura, loney,dear, veronica falls, iceage, hibou, now now, interpol, elliott smith, the babies, white lies, vierkanttretlager...
books: paulo coelho. sven regner. haruki murakami. daniel kehlmann. julian barnes...
movies: les amours imaginaires (heartbeats), wristcutters, das Konzert (the concert), sterben fÃÂ¼r anfÃÂ¤nger (death at a funeral), the tree, white night wedding, lost in translation, Le fabuleux destin dÃ¢â¬â¢AmÃÂ©lie Poulain, superbad, juno, i killed my mother, restless, the exploding girl, the art of getting by
Teach, Learn, Share
teach, learn, share... i like all those things. and most that you can´t really separate them from each other.