lemon_ceramic
26 Santa Barbara, United States
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My self-summary
i am a moth who wants to share your light
What I’m doing with my life
master of none; everlasting neuroplastic gobstopper
slow learner, deep thinker
I’m really good at
writing, drawing, super curvy empathy, wordplay, playing with words, words that know how to play, scientific curiosity, falling in love with nature/ animals/ crows/ Orthoptera/ learning/ a zigzag desert/ Coleoptera/ gauss' law/ (sin x, cos y, z)/ chemistry, tangible laughter, freedom in z'streets
The first things people usually notice about me
my amazing tangibility, tangent to the curve of the earth
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
feels like: things that go whistlin' in the night, phenomenologically delicious, expansive, tender, transcendent, cerebral, full of texture and humbly yours

kinda like: cosmos, nujabes, medicine for the people, a tribe called quest, the books, the Beatles, radiohead/lab, moonbabies, milky chance, glass animals, chet faker, the green mile, planet earth, mission blue, microcosmos, white oleander, Baraka, the glass castle, harry potter, science bks, carl sagan sylvia earle ann druyan
The six things I could never do without
disregarding (only once!) mutual exclusivity:

playfulness; all the dastardly, unloved, forgotten ugly things in this world (me included); our undisturbed expansive universe and all its everchanging creatures; books, always, always books; serendipity; phenomenology/tenderness/and empathy;
the merciful, sacred dark

I must have lost count,

that is all
I spend a lot of time thinking about
the adjacent possible(s)
On a typical Friday night I am
misadventure soup writingdoodlesciencespelunking, playing with people animals ideas words nodes of ranvier, smoking a jay a-ok

on a voyage, traversing realms akin to:
http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/beautiful-minds/the-differences-between-happiness-and-meaning-in-life/

http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/11/14/this-is-your-brain-on-metaphors/?_r=0
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
my mind is a d e s e r t
You should message me if
you got rhyme-and-scheme tendencies; a thumpy balloon-expanding platinum heart; you feel the need to explore the realms of pattern cognition, chemistry mixtures, the realms of physics in a map

or, just simply to understand a buzzing, soaring, exothermic world much smaller than ours.
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