What's you culture?
updated by @windwolf: 05/15/17 01:19:31AM
I do relate, I feel very drawn to other cultures, I love travel and want to go so many places, and I've been wanting to go to China since I can remember. I really hope to get there one day. I also love Japanese culture, but what is more is that home doesn't feel like a particular country, but rather, asian men, or asian eyes and black hair, and native americans too, as they are an evolution over the Beiring strait. I've wanted black hair since I was little too, and I am so the opposite, born blue eyed and fair. But I feel I have been in a lot of places, and many people, though I don't have memories of it, just tendencies, preferences and longings.
The thing is though, that I feel the entirety of this world is home, even if I feel an affinity for certain places. And I think for me it is more a time I want to return to than a place. Specifically I would wander free, and would go to those times that there are no guns and few if any fences, preferably rock fences if there must be any, or wood to keep wolves out. I would walk and walkabout.
I don't do that well here and now. I don't like phones much, mail and paperwork are ignored for the most part. I feel like everything about this time is making me sick. The immobility [taking a car to get out of the city to go hiking, grates] the poisons in our homes, food, immunizations et al. The freaking boundaries! The fact that so many people seem happy with them, while they make me weep with frustration.
I do like writing on the computer, ice cream, showers and toast. I need to be here too I guess. But I'd go back and breathe clean air, roam and roll in the hay [farmers are a turn on] for a lifetime or five, gladly.
Wanted to mention I do a lot of escaping. In books my favorite are fantasies in a time I described. I love foreign films and write my story of the same sorts of times as well.
I could go on, I'm sure.
I don't know that it is that strong for me, I don't feel that I should be there. I don't feel as though I was there either. I more feel I belong in a place with horses for vehicles and more physical work rather than mental stress like in the past here. Canada can be overwhelming in present times. Too busy and rushed for me. For travel I am most drawn to places like france, italy, ireland, etc to see how they're lives differ from mine. I am not drawn to tourist resorts or landmarks like alot of people.