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just a crunchy girl trying to live the simple life

melissa muses (or maia, you choose)
1 November 1968
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Just a crunchy, anti-capitalist, biophiliac heeding her inner indigo child and trying to live the simple life in a world that spins much too fast.

inside is still a little girl who believes she can save the world... one starfish at a time.

i believe in karma, in living in small spaces, being good to the planet, random acts of kindness, and that no moment ahead of this very one exists.

oh, and i am totally prepared for the zombie apocalypse.

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Date Created:11/02/01
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Operates well under diverse conditions. Batteries not included. No guarantees. No warranties. No returns or exchanges.
Strengths: a subtle southern charm, optimistic, glass half full kinda girl
Weaknesses: procrastinates, terminally optimistic, horrible email skills, inability to sit still
Special Skills: makes a killer latte, chameleon-like ability to blend in anywhere
Weapons: words...sweetness and sarcasm, a special pair of rose colored glasses picked up while travelling a distant land, magic tennis shoes
Life Quote: Sooner or later in life everyone discovers that perfect happiness is unrealizable, but there are few who pause to consider the antithesis: that perfect unhappiness is equally unattainable. The obstacles preventing the realization of both these extreme states are of the same nature: they derive from our human condition, which is opposed to everything infinite. Our ever-insufficient knowledge of the future opposes it: and this is called, in the one instance, hope, and in the other, uncertainty of the following day. The certainty of death opposes it: for it places a limit on every joy, but also on every grief. The inevitable material cares oppose it: for as they poison every lasting happiness, they equally assiduously distract us from our misfortunes and make our consciousness of them intermittent and hence supportable. ~Primo Levi

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