35 Cambridge, United States
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My self-summary
I think and feel deeply. I'm very (too?) comfortable in the grey of life. I'm compassionate, perceptive and can crush moderately-sized rocks with my bare hands.

My energy tends to be low-key and contemplative. I'm generally drawn to people who get excited about ideas, who are kind-hearted and self-aware, and who have carved out unusual lifestyles for themselves.
What I’m doing with my life
Back in school after a decade of pursuing a series of unorthodox, lucrative but ultimately unrewarding forms of employment. My current plans (which are eternally subject to revision) involve starting graduate school in psychology and, eventually, working as both a healer and educator.

Other pursuits: soccer, meditation, hiking, volunteering, reading, biking, yoga, board games.
I’m really good at
Deciphering others, in particular uncovering the philosophical and psychological underpinnings (conscious or unconscious) which guide their decision-making.

Processing large quantities of complex data, analyzing patterns and trends, ferreting out meaning...


Eliciting laughter.
The six things I could never do without
"Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one's courage." - Anais Nin

"Only the ideas that we actually live are of any value." - Hesse

"To know that you do not know is the best. To pretend to know is disease." - Lao Tzu

"What's real? What's not? I test how other people deal with reality." - Andy Kaufman

"Of all the evil I deem you capable. Therefore I want the good from you. Verily I have often laughed at weaklings who thought themselves good because they had no claws." - Nietzsche

"The mouth speaks without moving the lips: Suddenly the eyes are words." - Neruda
I spend a lot of time thinking about
- Social dynamics.
- The nature of consciousness.
- The relationship between technology and human happiness.
- How the political/economic/social structures we develop within impact our experience of self and world.
- Games / optimal strategy.
- Humor, and whatever the opposite of humor is.
You should message me if appreciate ambiguity and nuance. think about things, you think about how you think about things, and, possibly, you think about how you think about how you think about things. recognize the futility of thought.

...paradoxes don't make your head explode. are intellectually curious, compassionate, physically active, have plumbed your own depths, enjoy and seek out silence, harbor both darkness and light, and appreciate absurdity.