Salem, ORUSA 97303
January 2, 2014
Via ThinkAtheist I think.
I have stood alone for a very long time. It is not easy being iconoclast, puckish, and mostly honest. I tend to look for folks that are kind, kindly-critical, open, well read, with a sense of deep humor, and are 'real'.
LOTS of experience, something that survives critical thinking & good questions. I am a little concerned about the concept of 'true'. I figure that I am always just trying to 'catch up' with nature and culture. My tools seem rather blunt at times, and 'culture' seems made up of so many seductions, addictions, and patches. Finding 'the signal' of what is 'true', could be a life time task. Pretending to know what is 'true' could place each of us into a deep confrontation with 'honesty'.
Ex-Catholic, post-Modernist, recovering rationalist. Mostly just trying to lots of very nice days.
A pleasure to be with, sadly I must work on my modesty to enter conversations..;p)