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    I need friends to travel the world with. I just want to meet amazing people, spiritually grow together, and live in a spectacular harmonic civilization where we all love each other and we are all thriving and contributing to the evolution of ourselves and humanity. I want to experience so many things. Like climbing to the top of a mountain, swimming in a pond under a waterfall. I want to meditate on the rocks, put my feet in the grass, stand tall and so some yoga. I want to collaborate with people that are not too heavily conditioned. I want to unite with people that are ****ing weirdo hippies that just want to act weird together and create a new culture that doesn't revolve so much around social ranking, ego, and finance. **** all of that. I want the new age. I don't want to do this alone. MY plan is to move to either New Zealand, Brazil, or an island in the south pacific. Come on, let's do it before the world ends!

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    Somewhat weirdo hippy here who has been planning for this madness for a year now, and hit the road with my van at the beginning of the month, travelling around north america to start.

    It's just me and my pup on this journey so far, and after almost a month, i realize it's a challenge to go it alone. But, I have met a few kindred spirits who are on similar paths while whirling between any national forest on my own path.

    once you are able to give yourself back to nature and the universe, she is willing to help guide you in many ways, be it meeting the right people, or learning the right lessons.

    Sometimes, going to a different country seems like the only option... but ask yourself first if your own locale needs the benefit of healing as well.. i know these untied states sure do, and there's plenty of mountains to climb and rocks to gaze out at the beauty of the world, and then bring that natural beauty back into the minds and spirits of those who have lost the magic..

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    Somewhat weirdo hippy here who has been planning for this madness for a year now, and hit the road with my van at the beginning of the month, travelling around north america to start.

    It's just me and my pup on this journey so far, and after almost a month, i realize it's a challenge to go it alone. But, I have met a few kindred spirits who are on similar paths while whirling between any national forest on my own path.

    once you are able to give yourself back to nature and the universe, she is willing to help guide you in many ways, be it meeting the right people, or learning the right lessons.

    Sometimes, going to a different country seems like the only option... but ask yourself first if your own locale needs the benefit of healing as well.. i know these untied states sure do, and there's plenty of mountains to climb and rocks to gaze out at the beauty of the world, and then bring that natural beauty back into the minds and spirits of those who have lost the magic..
    I'm happy for you. But in my opinion the USA is doomed, and for people born in the USA, they're too brainwashed to admit that their country is doomed, and they are still conditioned to stand and fight for the country they are born in. In reality, USA has been a cultural experiment since 1776 to attempt to design super human slaves, which turned out to be an epic failure. The continent went to **** ever since the Native Americans were killed. The USA does not need help, because the USA and first world countries are the countries responsible for making all other countries and people on the planet suffer. The worst part about it, is that the citizens of the USA are the big problem. The citizens are conditioned to be too greedy and careless for other countries. Born and raised in America, they will die for their country, they don't give a **** about the rest of the world. I'd rather help countries that are much more beautiful than the USA/North America, and the ones experiencing TRUE suffering and colonization.

    I'm traveling through Canada now, going from Alberta all the way to Quebec, and then I'm sailing to South America Amazonian, or some place in Africa. I would never even think about going to the USA unless I had to go through there in order to get to my other destinations, which are Mexico, Central America, and South America. To me it doesn't really matter how many mountains and how beautiful the country is, as even though it's one of the most beautiful places in the world (North America), the people who rule the place, beam people with EMF radiation in almost every square mile, and pollute the entire place with industries but especially chemtrails, along with the massive surveillance and ability to zoom in on our souls with satellites (which they can also do elsewhere). On top of that, the forests are nearly depleted compared to countries like Indonesia, New Guinea, South America, Africa, Russia, or Canada. USA is honestly just a piece of **** but I'm glad the people are finally waking up there. It's surprising that people even have the ability to. It makes me think that they want people to wake up so that everyone starts to rebel, which will be the cause of martial law, and then fema camps, etc.. and then people will live off the grid so it will become illegal. It's just unfortunately not OUR country, and we would have the FEDS beaming our minds with mind control if we even thought about developing and advertising alternative energy, eco-villages, or spiritual teachings. Besides that, absolutely beautiful place and I hope one day the leaders change. But as of now, the USA is my last destination. I haven't lived outside of USA before, I'd rather not be a conditioned hermit holding a North American flag, promoting first world countries that are destroying the rest of the world by colonization, greed, pollution, and depopulation. The truth.

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    I need friends to travel the world with. I just want to meet amazing people, spiritually grow together, and live in a spectacular harmonic civilization where we all love each other and we are all thriving and contributing to the evolution of ourselves and humanity. I want to experience so many things. Like climbing to the top of a mountain, swimming in a pond under a waterfall. I want to meditate on the rocks, put my feet in the grass, stand tall and so some yoga. I want to collaborate with people that are not too heavily conditioned. I want to unite with people that are ****ing weirdo hippies that just want to act weird together and create a new culture that doesn't revolve so much around social ranking, ego, and finance. **** all of that. I want the new age. I don't want to do this alone. MY plan is to move to either New Zealand, Brazil, or an island in the south pacific. Come on, let's do it before the world ends!
    I will post that on my next life experience but I do relate to you! At age 19 you most certainly want to see the world. Who wouldn't want to? Age 19 I had no fear. Age 22 I gave up everything, sold furniture and followed a dream. My husband and I had a couple of thousand dollars in 1972, no language skills but we boarded a plane to live in Belgium where he was accepted in the University for Med School. I had zero idea of what would happen. It is a long story, some of it great, some very sad but all in all an experience. To finish his schooling we had to leave and live in Mexico. Another roller coaster ride. In 1973 I could not work in Mexico as a nurse. I couldn't even scoop ice cream. And the tuition in Med school was above our savings. So I had to travel back and forth and the borders made my life miserable. They would lie, commit fraud and detain. Now you know why I support Trump and the wall! At his University he had to thwart rebels. Now, 45 or more years later, has it changed? One thing. The American govt allows anybody to go to Med school from any country. Back then, my husband who fought for his country in Vietnam and almost lost it at the Tet Offensive was denied Med school because he was past the age mark Age 25. Its time to smell the roses, yes, and get very real about your travels. It is not like watching the chef Bourdain on TV or flashy news journalists. It is a dangerous place and maybe you were born too late but explore the great America. Make that your goal. Explore the great North America as well. Know your own country first. Then decide if you want to stretch your imagination further. Living in another country is serious business.
    When you realize where you come from, you naturally become tolerant, disinterested, amused, kindhearted as a grandparent, dignified as a king. -- I Ching

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    The ending was very well said and a shocker for me, as most people normally would never be able to persuade me into stop wanting to leave the country so badly. That's some serious truth in there. So much of the country I live in, I know nothing about. This place has a vast history and I've probably not absorbed all of the important energies that this place has to offer for me to benefit from and use for personal development and spiritual insight, that's my belief anyways. I believe history is written in energies, and effects our state of evolution, contradictory to the idea of physical evolution and how it's only our genes that are changing. I think history has impacted the space we inhabit, and therefore all the newer generations are born and raised with this energy. Sorry if this sounds like crazy ****, you might just want to ignore me because in the end we know nothing, but pretend we do using these labels and definitions of our existence. What am I even saying?

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    ........ you might just want to ignore me ....... What am I even saying?
    Sounds to me like you're doing a great job. Confusing as hell 'aint it!!

    Wishing you the best wherever life may lead you.

    I am enlightened, ............ Oh wait. That's just the police shining their spotlights on me.

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    I've been thinking of something like that for a while, only I'd only like to move to the South of France for parts of the year, as I can't leave my family. But this sort of lifestyle is certainly a lot easier in a summery environment when you can get help from nature, for sure.

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    [1] But in my opinion the USA is doomed, and for people born in the USA, they're too brainwashed to admit that their country is doomed, and they are still conditioned to stand and fight for the country they are born in.
    [AGREE]
    [2] In reality, USA has been a cultural experiment since 1776 to attempt to design super human slaves, which turned out to be an epic failure.
    [DISAGREE]
    [3] The continent went to **** ever since the Native Americans were killed.
    [DISAGREE]
    [4] The USA does not need help, because the USA and first world countries are the countries responsible for making all other countries and people on the planet suffer.
    [DISAGREE]
    [1] No argument there. Well, we may disagree on the causes.

    [2] Actually, America is unique with respect to its republican form of government. Unfortunately, most volunteered into the socialist democratic form that has bollixed up things these past 83 years.

    [3] Embracing historical revisionism does not change the fact that diseases wiped out over 90% of American aborigines. Furthermore, stone age cultures without organized agriculture cannot sustain large populations as claimed by some revisionists.

    And even "Green think" is refuted by archaeology. Case in point : the lost civilization of the Amazon that had used terra preta to support a large population. But once disease wiped them out, the rain forest moved back in. So who is really doing wrong in "destroying the rainforest?" Pre-Columbian Amazonians or modern day folks?

    An interesting exploration of the archaeological evidence in support of the lost civilization of the Amazon and their bio engineering via terra preta.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qqp_H95wjPE
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Os-ujelkgw

    If you're alive, you are the beneficiary of advanced agriculture, which if America never was colonized by Europeans, you'd be most likely never born.

    According to the Department of the Interior, a hunter / gatherer, such as a tribal Indian, needed 10 sq. mi. per person to sustain themselves. (This was for sizing reservations) (Think of a circle with a radius of 1.78 miles - for each person)

    Based on 3,794,101 sq. mi., that’s only enough for a population of 379,410 indigenous people living a primitive lifestyle in the USA.

    Today's population is roughly 320 million... over 800 times the population estimates for the stone age Indian culture.

    [4] Contrary to leftist dogma that the world is divided into 'Oppressors' (haves) and the 'Oppressed' (have nots), it's not the fault of the 'first world.'

    Case in point:
    Go into a 'third world' country and pay attention to the unmet needs, unemployed and unused productive facilities.
    Ask them why no one has money, or jobs, or customers.
    The usual answer is 'No one has enough money.'
    Is the lack of money the fault of the 'first world?'
    Or is it money madness of the people, who will not build prosperity on their own?

    If you believe in "Wealth redistribution" (theft by government) as the answer to poverty - well. Why not give everyone equal wealth - that should end poverty. Everyone is equally wealthy. No one needs money ever again.

    But if no one needs money, who will bother to go farm, dig, work, sweat, produce, transport and trade surplus goods and services? With no one working, and no one trading, civilization collapses despite all that "wealth."
    ... Even the starving children are wealthy...

    But wealth is not prosperity. Prosperity is based on the production, equitable trade, and enjoyment of surplus usable goods and services. Doing more with less so more can enjoy is superior to doing less with more so few can enjoy.

    Are you seeking to be a productive person or a parasite / predator?
    Remember, money isn't prosperity, so stealing from the rich to give to the poor won't do diddly to increase production.

    You really want a civilization that is prodigiously productive, not because people "need money," but that's what civilized people do - be productive.
    The real enemy are the masters of money (i.e. usurers) who skim vast fortunes from the money mad people.
    The secret of life is that there is no secret of life.

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    It is nice to see such exuberant enthusiasm in the young. I will not burst another's bubble.

    Don't let others tell you what is possible and what is not. And don't ever let fear rule your actions.

    Don't take money seriously, or this life, it is all just a bad joke anyway.

    Have fun while you can and don't worry about the future.

    Live for today.



    May your day be filled with wonder!

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    I personally believe that the world isnt gonna blowup or our civilization expire anytime soon. This beautiful world will handle us, particularly if we keep cleaning up our act.

    A good reference point for wandering the countryside, communing with nature and sensing the creator, is the rational mystic Wayne Wirs, who lives out of an RV while touring America:

    http://waynewirs.com

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