I read a large diversity of books, but I prefer anything that gives
me new ideas or viewpoints that I find unfamiliar, but I do love
autobiographies. But I do read a good amount of
philosophy/spiritual books and Scifi.
Autobiography of a Yogi would be one, Ender's Game(The series)
would be another. Dialogues of Socrates, Dune(The series), The
Deptford Trilogy, Eat Sleep Sit, Shogun, Noble House, Siddhartha,
Narcissus and Goldmund, Gandhi's 'My Expiriments with Truth', Lord
of the Rings, 1984, Into the Wild, The Prophet..to name a
Movies.....Rocky Horror Picture Show(I love musicals.) The movies
that always move me are Gandhi and Schindler's list. Others are
Blues Brothers, The Birdcage, Talladega Nights; The Breakfast Club,
Dawn of the Dead, Kill Bill, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,
Little Miss Sunshine, The Last King of Scotland, Lost in
Translation, Princess Bride, Zoolander; Across the Universe, Les
Miserables, Hotel Rwanda, The Soloist, Princess Mononoke, Sweeney
Todd, Nightmare before Christmas, Shawshank Redemption, Catch Me If
You Can, 7 Samurai, Ran; Shaun of the Dead, Starship Troopers, Army
of Darkness, Dances with Wolves, Malcolm X, Office Space, Silence
of the Lambs; Revenge of the Nerds, Animal House, Inglourious
Basterds...and the list goes on.
I like and listen to many kinds when I am not appreciating the
silence., I love the Beatles, Queen, musicals and any kind of
chanting. Any form of classical is always a favorite; Vivaldi "four
seasons" is definitely one of my favorites, as well as most things
I have been vegetarian since I was 18 and I try to only eat
healthily. But I could live off of mango and coconuts if I had to.
Avocado maki is a personal favorite, and any good seitan.