Arguably true: a lost soul that hasn't quite decided what qualifies as "found". Though I've learned more in the search than most have known in their confidence. And knowing where you are isn't nearly as important as knowing what you're doing.
Neuroscientist by training, submission grappler by hobby, politics and economics "thoughtleader" by just deciding to call myself that right now 'cause why not.
Mid-term goals focused on bioinformatics and concretizing insight into algorithms for (I hope) a greater good.
But, here're three pair+ that are up there:
Vehicles: Experiments in Synthetic Psychology & The Things They Carried & The Last Samurai (not about "samurai") |||
Harold and Maud & Antonia's Line |||
Ryoji Ikeda & Cut Chemist & Elizabeth Cotten |||
...aaaaand, apparently a little vain.
(1) You've a mind like a diamond, a bleeding heart, and very sharp teeth. (i.e. you're incisive, give many damns, and don't live life meekly)
(2) You think sex and physicality are kinds of communication and you've acquired the body intelligence to engage in meaningful dialogue. (e.g. you probably take some body puzzle sports/arts like rock climbing or dance seriously and you're uninhibited enough that you touch to talk and listen rather than play a rote role)
ps: I sometimes don't do well at responding to mail. If so: know nothing personal is meant, you're still loved. Think of the silence as like... a zen hug. =)
*yes, that's an inclusive_or; thank you for caring