Where you live: Chicago, IL, USA
What you do as a vocation or avocation? Advocate for thrivability by nurturing change agents
Your two favorite books: very hard to say, but I have grown a ton from The Four Agreements and Tolle’s New Earth
Your two favorite songs: hmm, again, hard to say in general.
Your favorite quote: Lately, it is “Act always as if the future of the universe depended on what you did, while laughing at yourself for thinking that whatever you do makes any difference.” — Buddhabut it changes every season depending on where I am.
Your favorite web sites: wikis, blogs, and microblogs – community spaces of the long tail.
Your hero? So many! Depends in which domain you mean, for example: The grain of sand which has been so transformed over so much time. Gandhi. Many of my friends. Tracy Gary. My own highest self.
A spiritual lesson you hope to learn? How to recognize the spiritually radiant, so I can learn from those who are so open to learning.
A place in the world where you feel spiritually “connected?” I feel most spiritually connected when I have a sense of spaciousness and reflection. For me this often happens in transit – on planes, trains, and cars! But it is also acute when immersed in a tranquil state of nature – from mountains to dessert to forests and plains.