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Well, just throwing it out there, like the rest of you, LOL. I live in the province of Saskatchewan and don't think I want to move, though won't rule it out. I currently live on a family farm, but might buy my own place. Chickens, garden, goats, honeybees, building stuff, etc, etc. My main focus is preparing for hard times, which I feel are imminent. It's safe to say I embrace eastern type philosophies. I think of myself as spiritual, but not religious. My favourite book is Autobiography Of A Yogi, by Yogananda. Outwardly, I'm very practical. Love music and nature.
 
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Hi i bought 10 acres in Nevada County CA ...it is a "Plateau" with amazing 360* Views of Sierras & Coastal Ranges ...there is a small home We Live in & two other buildings one is a "Sleeping Cabin" with two large Water storage tanks underneath the previous Owner were "Mennonites" so the Land is clean there is a 1500 acre Cattle Ranch on the South end but they just donated their Land to a "Environmental Trust" so on that side NO one can build...there is a Radio Tower here because they use to have a "Mennonite World Radio Show" so We could have a Radio show too...there is also a "Recording Studio" building about 16 X 12 size ...Good Water source & the Beautiful Yuba River is only 8 min drive as well as Downtown Grass Valley , Plan to get Goats by next year & there is already established Fruit Trees Olive, Nectarine Figs ,Almond, Pomegranate, Apricot, Apples & Olives just bought 8 Sequoia, Cedars & Thuja  Trees there is already Cedar mostly Pines & Oaks too...so best way to get in touch with me is my cell 415 636 0628 e.m.c Care Infinite
 
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Hi, very curious about what you posted. Not really sure how things like this go and it certainly sounds as tbough e.c. is motivated and very eager... Still, I wonder about the Eastern spirituality emphasis... would love to know more about it if you have the time... thanks
 
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De Young wrote:Hi, very curious about what you posted. Not really sure how things like this go and it certainly sounds as tbough e.c. is motivated and very eager... Still, I wonder about the Eastern spirituality emphasis... would love to know more about it if you have the time... thanks



"eastern spirituality" basically means I believe in inner development through meditation, right living, etc.    there is of course much more which could be said about it all.    my favourite book is Autobiography Of A Yogi, which would give anyone an idea of the sort of things I believe in
 
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