I like climbing trees and going on adventures and talking life and having picnics and watching clouds and drinking cleanskin wines. I don't understand why more people don't climb trees and read their books up there. I think people should hold hands more too.
I align myself with Kantian Deontology, and live existentially. I love like Plato, and adventure like the great Taoist sages. I like this world quite a bit.
Also in a band, I think we're pretty awesome.
I also like to write.
Movies: Into the Wild, A Waking Life, Control, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Wayne's World, Charlie's Country, The Lion King, Bad Boy Bubby, Pan's Labyrinth, Anchorman, Zoolander.
TV Shows: Buffy the Vampire Slayer, House of Cards, Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Angel, The X-Files, Entourage, Firefly, The OC, Dollhouse.
Joss Whedon is my home-boy.
'Walden' - Henry David Thoreau (all time favourite)
'The Bell Jar' - Sylvia Plath
'Call of the Wild' - Jack London
'His Dark Material Trilogy' - Phillip Pullman
'Tao Te Ching'
'The outsider' - Albert Camus
'The taboo against knowing who you are' - Alan Watts
'Gestalt Therapy and eye-witness to therapy' - Fritz Perls
'The alchemist' - Paul Coelho
'The diary of a magus' - Paul Coelho
'The power of now' - Eckhart Tolle
'A new earth' - Eckhart Tolle
'The peaceful warrior' - Dan Millman
'Mama and the meaning of life' - Irvin Yalom
'Games people play' - Eric Berne
'Transactional analysis in psychotherapy' - Eric Berne
'I am that' - Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj
'Sidhartha' - Hermann Hesse
'Symposium' - Plato
'Phaedrus' - Plato
'Groundwork for the metaphysics of morals' - Immanuel Kant
'Deus caritas Est' - Pope Benedict XVI
Sylvia Plath poetry, His Dark Material Trilogy, Harry Potter series, The Catcher in the Rye.
People that inspire me: Alan Watts, Fritz Perls, Viktor Frankl, The Buddha, Brene Brown, Depak Chopra, Osho, Yusuf Islam (Cat Stevens), Erving Polster, Jesus Christ, Eckhart Tolle, George Carlin, Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, Anonymous, my beautiful friends, Hermann Hesse, Paul Coelho.