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My introduction to the forum. If you missed it:
Posted on: September 26, 2016, at 10:47:52pm

After a decade of being absent from any type of forum, I have come back to blossom my philosophy skills combined with my innate love for Dance Dance Revolution.
I was a member of FFR in 2005. Much has changed since then.

Here's a few things about myself in a nutshell that my profile info won't tell you:

•I started playing DDR at the age of 15

•I stopped playing because when I grew up I thought I was too mature for "chilidish activities" like games

•I am a 90's baby who was raised on classic RPG's like Final Fantasy and Tatics Ogre

•After graduating high school and attending community college, I became infatuated with esoteric knowledge that involved government conspiracies and religious controversey. I frequently tuned into shows such as "conspiracy theories" with Jesse Ventura and "Ancient Aliens" on the history channel.

•Once I completed my phase of learning the occult side of things, I reached a spiritual point in my life that determined the creed I stand for.

•Years passed by and I took a stagnant form that involved a superficial life of social novelties that included partying, clubbing, drinking and smoking.

•When I hit rock bottom, I made myself excuses to wait for something to come along. It did in the month of October of 2015 in a form of wisdom.

•I read a book called "Rich Dad Poor Dad" by Robert Kiyosaki that propelled my ambitions again.

•My hunger for learning grew exponentially as my learning curve returned.

•October of this year will mark my 1st anniversary for becoming a student in self development and growth.

Here are some things that has changed about me in this 1st year:

- I gave up the luxury of watching television everyday. I sold my tv to make room for books.
- I am completely sober.
- I discovered I am a modern day philosopher of this era.
- I came back to my youthful passions of DDR, writing and reading.
- I became a vegetarian at the age of 26.

That is my introduction to the community. I am welcomed to warm greetings, constructive criticism and contraversial debates in this thread but please refrain from irrelavant comments and immature dialogue. Its a nuisance when people with no direction feel the need to waste other peoples time by attracting attention to themselves with unnecessary outbursts.

I'd love to make new friends and conversate on a 1 on 1 basis. Feel free to PM, post on my wall, or even add me as a friend. As the 21st centuries Philosopher, I am here to evolve with you!