Philip P.
Subscriber since: December 2016
Location: United States of America
About Me
Love reading&writing since childhood.A history&geography pro too.Had stories&articles published in highschool literary magazine and university newspaper. Now working as web copywriter.Most of my work career in Information Technology.Got a Master's in Library& Information Science in late 1970s when the Internet was just born. Traveled over 5 continents:plan to go to Australia soon to make it 6. Very spiritual:started as Catholic & expanded to New Age Christian churches like Unity and Church of Religious Science.Then studied Buddhism &consider myself a Buddhist - went to Buddhist temples when I traveled and while I lived in San Diego. I practice Yoga and read about Hinduism, also attended "church" at the Self Realization Fellowship.Love Gandhi and Thoreau &all disciples of non-violent,civil disobedience,like Martin Luther King,Jr.and Cesar Chavez.Had an Outer Body Experience from Tantric massage.In 12 step programs 30+yrs. Hope to help people grow spiritual
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Favorite Word:

I loved this word because it was said by a baby on the 1950s TV show Spanky and Our Gang. The gang of kids would do something and then the camera would pan to the baby who would then say "Remarkable." So I taught my first niece Anne to say that word and it was the second word she learned to say after Mom. I still think life and the world is a remarkable place - physically, politically, and spiritually. There is so much wonder in nature and the human body.
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Least Favorite Word:

I hate the word "no" because it means the person saying it or believing it is not open to the possibilities of YES or at least the probability of perhaps. There is no positivity in "No" - it is usual meant as a Final "ruling." It stops creativity, seeking options, further discussion, and testing/exploration.
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Favorite Quote:

"All is well, and all shall be well, and All manner of things shall be well."
- Julian of Norwich,an English wise and holy woman,14th Century: Kings& people sought her advice.