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    Network Record Number: 7369
    This record (7369) last updated: Jul 13, 2004
    First Name: David
    Last Name: Cloyd
    Email: goodeveningdc@hotmail.com
    Organization: good evening
    Address1: 543 17th Street
    Address2: #3B
    City: Brooklyn
    State: NY
    Country: UNITED STATES
    ZipCode: 11215
    Phone: 718-344-0986
    URL: http://www.goodeveningtheband.com
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    Why are you here?

    i've re-read ishmael and the story of b several times each. i've also found a great deal of valuable help in the writings of krishnamurti. my big question is... it seems that a lot of people on this network are still looking to daniel quinn or others for a guide on HOW TO LIVE in this way. I don't count myself outside of this group. But i will say that I don't WANT to be in this group. I want to see some life in these ideas, and I'm not sure what to do. But it requries a LOT more than filling out these profiles and waiting for someone to contact you with the answer. So I'm not sure what to do, but I'm certain that I want to do something.

    Any other personal information/resources/advice/ideas to share?

    I would like to speak with other people in my community, perhaps in group meetings, to discuss ways of localizing our lives and including our surrounding communities in an active change.

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