Always been interested in what makes humans do what they do. Early life (teens) looked into metaphysics (as I think all teenagers do!), twenties and thirties followed my dream and became a musician while also studied philosophy/religions, forties onward engaged in the corporate world with a break to achieve a Bachelors degree in Religious Studies. The degree opened further insight into the human condition (what we do, why we do it, how and why do we search for meaning and identity and much more). Lifelong study of classic literature. Absolutely no practical attributes whatsoever other than can cook a bit. Car mechanics, carpentry and housework are a total mystery and an area that I need to apply myself, but am far too lazy
Have an inexplicable faith that at the root of everything is Good (not in a religious or doctrinal context and not to be confused with good/evil polarities) but can't really put into words what I mean without appearing religious or doctrinal. In this forum and context I am sure you, dear reader, understand! That's plenty for now. Look forward to exchanges of views with the erudite souls of this place.