46Brattleboro, United States
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My self-summary
Very secure with being insecure. I'm insecure with being secure. I am authentic except when I'm nervous. Everybody is authentic within their own selves. Authenticity is a privilege, an experience, a circumstance. It's related to dignity, self-esteem: can a person be authentic without self-esteem? Sexuality is considered an unimportant aspect of economic life.

I am still, still, and unintentionally loud.

I cook healthy food. I just lost my huge wooden salad bowl which doubles as my serving bowl. It's about 16 inches wide. I just love wholesome food, meaning food with life and vitality - the opposite of industrial food. I avoid chemicals in my food.

I think clock radios are a terrible invention. Waking artificially is a poison. We ought to have 20 hour work weeks and carefully dismantle our skyscrapers.

I work too many hours, but I have time for meditation and exercise, a few close friends and family. (I do work more than 20 hours a week.) I avoid an office environment, and I am a freelancer. But I can work from anywhere with an internet connection.)

I have lots of meditation cushions.

I seek physical environments conducive to the best in the human spirit. I think this is about the most important thing.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm trying to understand anti-racism and and anti-sexism are now used in the service of racism and sexism by forms of power that dominate human life
I’m really good at
exercising by remaining still
The first things people usually notice about me
That I have something else going on with my soul
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
wholesome food of any sort
no chemicals
My Life as a Dog
The Shining
Apocalypse Now
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The room I'm in
On a typical Friday night I am
About the same as I am on a typical Monday - Thursday or Saturday or Sunday night
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I think that balance means understanding struggle and understanding joy - not just understanding joy
You should message me if
You haven't had an easy life either by choice or circumstance, or you don't define yourself by the life you must live to get an education or a job (if you have either of these) and you have some sense that your poverty (whether from too little or too much) is not your fault (because it isn't) ... I like that phrase used in yoga classes everywhere, "Namaste", which carries the innuendo "peace", but I don't think yoga classes are the way to peace until they become free of charge and less pretentious. If you agree maybe you should message me.
The two of us