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54 F Quakertown, PA

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  • Ages 51–62
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Last Online
May 13
5′ 4″ (1.63m)
Body Type
Other, and very serious about it
Less than $20,000
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My self-summary
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I am an explorer of ideas, of new paradigm thinking,

I enjoy writing about what ever I happen to be contemplating or exploring at the moment.

I am contemplator, naturalist, and explorer.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
"Researching" informally, just for myself, how people are navigating through the transition it appears the world is going through.

Working as a guide and companion for a developmentally delayed man. Getting him involved in activities in the community. And other care-giving jobs.

Attending meetings and putting in my two cents in non-profit orgs, to learn how we might "become the change that we'd like to see in the world."

Learning about movement and how it can be used to increase our capacities for relationship, creativity and learning. Including, creative movement, dance, interactive movement with animals, games, and activities like gardening, and natural home building.

And learning about everything I can in the few spare moments that each day may bring. This week:
I learned that there are sustainable means of making fiber and board out of Bamboo. But I don't know exactly how...
I learned that Europe has Hydrogen powered autos, that are used on a regular basis. Ummm why can't the US?
I learned the cost of running a low powered radio station, and what the FCC was.

What these seemingly unrelated things all have in common, is that they are all pieces of the puzzle to how humanity might become a sustainable society, a symbiotic part of the environments that provide our sustenance.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I don't know if I'm good at this, but I sort of automatically think wholistically, making correlations between one school of thought and another. Ex. Between psychology and economics and environmental issues. I want to connect the dots. And I want to connect dots in new ways. I wish I had more time to read, learn and write.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I have no idea? On one hand, I have had people say to me things like, "You really do know what's going on, don't you?" in a surprised tone of voice. Which makes me think, that I must come across as a dingbat. On the other hand, people often seem to respond to me as if I were in charge. They'll ask me if something is true or correct. Then, I think to myself, Who died and left me God? I don't know anything. Or I'll be at a meeting or church or some event and people will ask me for permission to do something. I always say yes, with a grin, because I'm not in charge and have no jurisdiction, but it's fine with me if they do it, so I say sure. I'm always surprised they ask me. And wonder, myself what they see. Even kids at the park, will come to me as if I were the teacher or something. I don't know??? Go figure?

One time, I spoke what I felt at a meeting, and a couple of people sort of applauded. What? 'I guess I speak well sometimes. The rest of the time people just wonder when this nutty woman is going to stop talking at them.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Anything on the connection between movement and the development of capacities for relationship and creativity. Like Anatomy, Neurology... Muscle coordination repatterning.
The works of Bonnie Cohen Bainbridge are of greatest interest to me currently, in this area.

The writings of Temple Grandin, and other materials on the relationship of people to animals and to nature in the sensory awareness and communication aspects.

Any materials or people that I can learn about life sciences and sustainable living from: Human Power Machines, Yurt Building, Permaculture, Shumei, Understanding Frequencies, or pH, or math.

The last three which I wish i could get a clue about, but remain extremely frustrated with the explanations I find online.

"The Nature of Substance, Spirit and Matter", by Rudolf Hauschka
is giving me a bit of help, and a fresh look.

"The Biology of Belief", by Bruce H. Lipton echo's my world view quite a bit.

And I would love to find the time to finish reading "Sacred Economics", by Charles Eisenstein.

Oh, yeah... and what do I read for fun, you may wonder?
This IS fun too me. : )
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Early morning hours to journal and write.

Walking up stony mountain trails.

Dance - as in creative movement; sacred expression; and kinesthetic communication.

Affection - Cuddling playfully. (Well, I have been doin' without, but I don't want to.)

Learning, Thinking, Learning and having people to share learning with, and to share what I am learning about with.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Everything I want to learn about!

I wonder how to get hyper-immune milk for helping the body cure auto immune diseases and cancer, researched and put into common medical practice.

Usually, I'm thinking about things like sustainability, permaculture, social economics and social ecology;

And Designs for natural housing, therapeutic gardens, local economic systems, and businesses that use the triple bottom line of People, Planet and Profit.

I just spend a lot of time thinking. ... nothing much gets done, I just think a lot. :)
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Well, it's not necessarily Fridays that are my night life.
But evenings I may be found at a dance or movement class; a meeting for creating a just, green, and sustainable Lehigh Valley, or a free seminar or workshop to learn something, meet people, see what's going on in the world outside my head.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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See Above.
You should message me if
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If you believe that work and play can be the same thing.
And honor the sacred in nature and in human design and ingenuity, or if you would like to mull over or try out any of the above things with me.