What you do as a vocation or avocation? Goer of places. Writer of things. Teller of stories.
Your two favorite songs: 1) Children of the Sun by Billy Thorpe. I think I’m the songs biggest (possibly only) fan. I got pulled over once for dancing too much to the song while driving. 2) Where the Streets Have No Name by U2
Why you are interested in spirituality? Because I’ve seen little girls laugh in Hell. Let me explain: I visited a dump in Cambodia where adults scavenged for recyclable earning $1/day and their kids picked through old trash for 25-cents per day. The sight and the smell of the place made me want to vomit, but the image I’ll never forget is a little girl throwing her head back and laughing.
Your favorite quote: “Imagination is more important than knowledge.” – Einstein
Your favorite web sites: www.worldhum.com
Your hero? Mark Twain, for changing minds regardless of how reluctant through laughter.
A spiritual lesson you hope to learn? How to balance my compassion for my family, community, and the world.
A place in the world where you feel spiritually “connected?” I feel most spiritually connected underwater peering over the continental shelf into the abyss surrounded by a school of fish. It’s good to be reminded that their are places that only imagination and belief in something larger than ourselves can take us.
My website is : www.kelseytimmerman.com
I’m the author of Where Am I Wearing? A Global Tour to the Countries, Factories, and People That Make Our Clothes http://whereamiwearing.com