Nature (observing life as it is)
Technology (how great can life be?)
Consciousness (awareness of truth)
States of Mind (happiness is my favorite)
Nature of Life (understanding life as it is)
Change (there is nothing but change(energy(time)))
Healing (there are so many ways to release resistance)
Metaphysics (we are one and our nature is indeed mysterious)
Ancient Wisdom (perhaps the ancients had less distractions)
Modern Occultism (there are always those dedicated to truth)
Energy Behavior (I love frequency counters, oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, and analog computers!)
Analog Electrical Circuits (I started programming computers in the early-mid 1980's and have long since lost interest in digital fabrication!)
Radio Transmission (Modulate this which is modulating that which modulates the other. We can modulate so much more than we have!)
Experiencing "dark and beautiful" art, photography, movies, and music
My musical taste is epitomized by (but not limited by) "Dead Can Dance"
In my early 20's I restored a 1964 convertible Corvair. (Note: I'd love to have a Volvo P1800 and/or older Jaguar XJ6 (Series I) to play with; however, my all-time favorite vehicle will probably always be a soft top (convertible!) 4x4 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. Silver or grey with flat black trim please!)
Right after that, I restored a derelict Victorian home that was built in the late 1800s.
In late 1997 I went to Paris to die; but ended up claiming my life! (Does that sounds too dramatic? It's true!)
In early 1999 I left my home in the city and moved to a remote undeveloped forest property (beyond power, water, and developed roads), attached solar panels onto the roof of my travel trailer with duct tape, and set up a satellite dish next to a pine tree so that I could continue my computer systems consulting business.
I then designed and built a 47' tall pyramid to live in. (SEE PHOTOS HERE)
Of all the places I've ever visited, I find India to be the most interesting of them all - by a long shot!
In 2011, I built an "off the grid" 120sf experimental micro home in rural Washington state.
In 2018, I started making music again!