I'm a man from the suburbs of Chicago. I moved to Wisconsin because of school and fell in love. Here I stay to finish my education as an educator and try to spread the Gospel of the importance of universal humanity and love. It's hard. It sucks not being perfect and always wanting and needing things that are not essential, but I do what I can for the ones I love and even the ones I don't. I speak out for the needs of people who don't have it as well as I do, and try to stay active in political and social discussions. I also frequent TED to help spread it's message. I was most hurt when some family members said that "their ideas were more independent than mine" as an excuse to not visit the website. That was hurtful, but I strive to at least get truth out to those who seek it, and even those who don't. That's why I strive to be an educator.
Life and the spread of the idea of "global intelligence." There are things I will never learn from so many intelligent people. So I want to open the world to that idea, and creating understanding.
The world is filled with 7 billion brothers and sisters of all shapes and sizes. If we all took one day to work together, I think we would find it isn't so hard to realize it's all our house, and if we don't start taking care of it, the house has the power over us in the end. Let's start thinking about how we can make a better house today.
Anything please. I love to conversation. I am an idea person, so as long as you have an idea and you have some reasoning behind it, I like to hear it
Anything. I'm pretty sure with a little time and effort I can learn to do anything. I wouldn't be the best at it, but as they say a jack of all trades is a master of none.
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