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Male · From Sarasota, FL · Joined on August 18, 2010 · I have a crush on someone!
Male · From Sarasota, FL · Joined on August 18, 2010 · I have a crush on someone!

When one immerses oneself into a spiritual state your mind is more suseptible to new things. At night the mind can conjure an infinity of images and possibillities. The most receptive moment for me is sitting in front of a waming fire whose smoke twists and shapes unkown. At this moment as the warmth of the fire seeps into your bones and defenses lower we are at peace with all things. So naturally we are open for new ideas and experiences. Candlelight is a smaller version of the fire but can achieve the same effect. Where do You go at such moments? What visions do You see? One's life should never be static, so explore the mists and that which you might be will come to pass.

Here is some music/video that I enjoy.. a little of everything as I'm not about any one thing. Notice that each song has an associated video so if you want to see it just click on the down button. The words and videos to the songs are important to me. I like other stuff that no one else would like so I don't even bother with that.


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Male · From Sarasota, FL · Joined on August 18, 2010 · I have a crush on someone!
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Like to go kayaking and anything out on the water including water skiing, fishing, and just plain old boating to my nearest bar on the water. Come join me....


I don't care about points or any of that crap. I only care about what people are like inside..the soul so drinks with no messages are not interesting. Talk to me and I'll listen. Don't think you know me until you really take the time to find out.

Axioms of my life:

1) Veritas nos liberabit - in dealings others and yourself, always, always deal in total truth. The truth will set you free as painful as it might seem at first. First you must be truthful to yourself.

2) No expectations - Buddhist doctrine speaks of letting go of expectations so that we might remove our feelings of disappointments. I like that. “Like Buddha before us, letting go is gaining freedom. Once we let go of trying to control everything, life seems to flow with greater ease. It's not unlike a twig floating down a meandering river. It doesn't try to stop or force the current into an unrealistic upstream reversal of flow. It just lets go and enjoys the ride. Letting it take it where it will.” From “The Buddhist Blog”.

3) Regret nothing - Choices made will open new doors as well as close old doors. Life is constantly changing. Take risks or you will become stale.

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