Innersong
69 Vancouver, Canada
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My self-summary
I am impressed by a quiet mind, self knowledge and deep connection.
My business occupies me about 6 months per year.
Mostly, I write and travel and study. I write post-apocalyptic fiction, short stories and a little poetry. India and Taiwan and Thailand have absorbed much of my travel time but I intend to check out the rest of the planet.
I have a grown daughter who is on her own.

On occasion, I play piano or guitar and sing. I enjoy sketching but do it rarely.

I love swimming in the ocean and ending the day by cooking on the beach while I watch the sun set while I burn the food.

I am very straight-forward. What you see is what you get. Ask me what I am feeling or thinking and I will tell you.

I am, most often, confident, happy, and curious. Minor gloom is about three percent, rising when it rains.
What I’m doing with my life
Writing, reading, biking, travelling, working out, walking, studying Vedanta and Buddhism.
I’m really good at
Chairing meetings, cooking on the beach at sunset. Making irreverent comments.
The first things people usually notice about me
A sense of quiet presence.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Currently reading: Vast quantities of YA fiction..
A Favorite: The Gift, the poetry of the Sufi mystic Hafiz as channeled by Ladinsky.
I read intermittently but voluminously. Lots of pot boiler stuff (Collins, Connelly. Thor, Gilman, Weeks) but then Kornfield , James Swartz, Sudenanda, K.W. Thomas, J.L. Rosenberg, and Boutenko. There are always several books being read.
The six things I could never do without
Air; because breathing is so convenient.
Clean water: How else to wash my socks?
[Yoga] [sailing][meditation] [guitar] [piano] [writing] [India] [kayak] [poetry] [sketching]
I spend a lot of time thinking about
not thinking.
On a typical Friday night I am
At the movies or having supper with friends.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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You should message me if
You see anything here that tickles your imagination or causes you to squirm in agony.
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