Login
Review your matches for free
Access to advanced messaging features
Trusted site backed by Cupid Media
Filipino Dating

/

Single Men

/

United States

/

Dating

/

Location

/

Hawaii

/

Hilo

1 - 35 of 100
akamai
58 Hilo, Hawaii, United States
Seeking: Female 18 - 39
Aloha, First, I am not a paying member on this site. I do not have streaming capabilitiy Email and/or messages here are best way for me, and I like written words anyway. If you are serious to have real contact with me you must either contact me here as paying member OR find me elsewhere as I am payiing member on another green singles site and also w4m in cagayan de oro. If you are the same as myself and have limited resources there are still many ways to accompish any realistic goal using mindfulness with intention. I am Akamai and I live Hawai'i. I am mature man moved to Hawai'i about a decade ago from USA mainland. Former scientist, engineer and inventor; now work to improve organic farming practices, permaculture, meditation, education and ten thousand other topics of interest. you will never be bored to talk with me; about most any subject. I am very much interested in pacific island cultures and social practices. I find filipino women to be be blessed by nature to be nice and very beautiful. This maybe causes some problem as women can be not only beautiful but intelligent also. Most men look mostly for how the woman looks and not so much how and what she really thinks and feels. I am looking for this woman who really is good person and really wants to share her thoughts and feelings. If you are too very much attractive, this focus mens attentions on you constantly ( and causes you do misdirect your attentions away from real life ). If you need this kind of attention from men all the time, then maybe you are not good woman for me. I can give you all the attention you want, and you do not have to dress up to get it.. So, greetings from Big Island, Hawaii. If you have not already guessed, I am an eclectic individual and a challenging individual and student. If you do not like being challenged by your friends (mate) then you probably do not resonate with me even though you may resonate very much with some of my interests and philosophies. One of my observations is that most people spend most of their life pursuing one or more of the seven deadly spiritual sins - these being greed pride sloth(lazyness) envy lust gluttony and wrath. Abundance and prosperity can easily be achieved with out these extreme obsessions in life and it is highly doubtful that any kind of success is even possible with any one of these spiritual sins; there are much better ways to live. This is a simple foundation on which to build real life and happiness; create safe, free speech and freedom to think and feel space for family and children. So if you are not willing to let go of these kine obsessions then you can only dream about to have good life; instead of living your dreams. Whether you are concerned about some form of judgement in the afterlife or karmic succession ( or not ), all of your thoughts actions and feelings are their own reward and their own punishment ( in every moment ). As soon as you become aware of present moment, you will realize this and no longer have problem to make decisions when and as needed ( instead of sitting on fence waiting for something to happen ). It is a form of present centered awareness, a state of being proactive; being aware of fears and dangers as well as what attracts our thought and attentions and our heart, mind and spirit in the present moment. One can not experience the present moment if one is in thought ( memory ) or emotion; but rather be aware and focused in the present moment '"with all of your emotional presence"-Bruce Lee-Enter the Dragon'. How can you even have a chance of experiencing the present moment if you are still stuck to process the past. Hard to let go of things sometimes, but if not, what place is there for the present moment and future? The fear that we experience in the present moment ( whether there is danger present or not ) can be replaced by a strong and substantial spiritual foundation. Although most religions foster spirituality, this is not a religious foundation; it is spiritual and trancends religion. Fear is a natural response, without a spiritual foundation one has nothing to replace fear with and so become victims to its effects such as making poor and desperate decisions ( especially in critical moments when right thought and right actions are absolutely necessary ). Faith is not blind; trust is not absolute, but rather based on mutually agreed upon senses of reasonableness ( and much more so by actions based on these mutual agreements and understandings ); love may or may not be unconditional, but relationship is conditional based on ongoing negotiations of many different things in life. What I mean by this, for example is that I have heard many woman say-'accept me as I am'. While this an obvious choice if negotialtions are to continue-the inference might be that 'I am not going to grow and change' ( which is something quite different ). Fact is - you are going to grow and change and I am already accepting you if we are having this conversation. So what is all the resistance about, because there is little ( if any ) indecision or confusion on my part ( maybe when I was too young and immature ). Negotiations are a continual process in relationship; might as well encourage and foster mutual growth, health and happiness ( as all other approaches have less chance for success ). Cooperation and mutual understandings are not just an accident; they require intention, attention, effort, dilligence and devotion of self; they are the outward actions of love and devotion. Spiritual Foundation The Four Agreements is a valuable starting point and basis for a solid spiritual foundation. If you are not familiar with them, please do not go on if or until you can accept these precepts. If you have other spiritual practices also, this is great provided they include these precepts. "The Four Agreements 1. Be impeccable with your word. 2. Don’t take anything personally. 3. Don’t make assumptions. 4. Always do your best While you are at it might as well become familiar with the seven deadly spiritual sins also.. Life is Bliss, attachment to life is Misery. It is not the words that one becomes attached to, but rather the precepts that one practices ( puts into action ) which reveals and realizes the true benefits of such precepts and practices. I find that Mindfulness and Balance(ing) are also essential practices for most human (non-ascended masters ) spiritual and meditation practices. It is the spiritual fruit that one cultivates and is able to enjoy which is, how do they say, ...priceless. War and Peace Fear + agression = war. Peace in not simply the absence of war. It requires cooperation over competition and loving kindness over hatred and bitterness. The real battle is inside the individual; fearlessness over fearfulness brings knowingness over indecision. Each moment presents new gifts; how can we receive them when we are in conflict or actively fighting with ourselves. And what does this say about how we regard and treat others? "and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more". In the interest of more clarity, I will tell you about some of my thoughts regarding some universally known "sayings" which are supposed to be endowed with some kine wisdom. Glass half empty or Glass half full: This notion is very similar to the illusions of cognitive dissonance. If the glass has water in it at any given moment does not really tell me that much. How old is the water? What kine water is it? How did it get there? My point being how does one fill the glass? How often does one drink of the water? What is the quality of the water (not just the quantity of water consumed)? Does one sip the water ( or gulp it?) All of these things are more significant to me than how much water is in the glass at any given moment. And cognitive dissonance regarding a glass of water that is both half full and half empty would have me simply staring at this glass and water a do nothing because I am torn between needing to fill the glass and wanting to empty it. And it would have you believe that the glass is either half full or half empty but not both. This is yet another the total failure of exclusionary logic, exclusionary thinking and another example of how not only useless dissonance theory is but also how detrimental it is to a successful outcomes regarding the combined efforts of our thoughts and actions. Teach a Man to Fish One must eat the fish that one teaches and encourages others to catch. One must cultivate and eat the fruit which one teaches and encourages others to cultivate. Also, teaching is a spiritual endeavor, regardless of the subject. This is one of the reasons I believe that modern approach to education is not so successful. Spirituality ( not religion ) is an essential element of the world and all that is in it. It is only an individual who can (attempt to) isolate themselves from the spiritual element out of doubt and/or fear. When a group of individuals collude to do this they assign the spiritual element to religion (church) and say that there must be a separation of church and state. May be so, but I am not fooled by this in that there is a strong spiritual element in all true learning and teaching and it has little if anything to do with church. When I encounter teachings which are disconnected from the spiritual element I can only question the motivation of such a teaching ( and look in wonderment at devout followers of such practices be they religious or ideological ). Also, any teacher or teaching which requires that teacher and student can not sit at table eyes to eyes is with out a doubt suspect. True spiritual teachings and true spiritual practices are free from the enslavement of both government and religion. Also, true spiritual practices bear true fruit which is both nourishing and satisfies human spirit like no other form of acknowledment or certificate of achievement, award, nobel prize, whatever. Once one tastes this kind of fruit, many questions in life become answers. Labels are seen for just that labels. For example, if I am a true farmer, do I have to wear label which says "farmer". No, people will know I am good farmer when they taste what I produce as a farmer. I have chickens and I give them the best diet; even grow sprouts for them. They give me the best eggs and the best fertilizer; all organic and non-GMO. Food, farming, education, learning, research, exercise, meditation are all activities which help balance my life in a integrated work/play context. Although these practices might seem mundane to one that requires the excitement of a world exploration, I assure you that they are very much interesting and exciting for me and the ideal of world exploration seems like a diversion at this point which would keep me from my real life and work. Germinated seeds, sprouts and raw foods. Part of honoring the food that we eat includes proper preparation. Germinated seeds and grains show much potential for improving the useful nutrition from these plant products vs. making flour. Seeds and grains have growth inhibitors which prevent the seed from growing immediately. Soaking and rinsing with water will wash out this inhibitor and the seed will begin to grow (germination). Seeds, grains and legumes which have been germinated (0-2days max) also have other things like lectins, oxalates, and similar compounds which can be neutralized and rinsed out by boiling in water for 5-10 minutes and then rinsed with fresh water. I recommend that germinated seeds and grains be prepared this way before consuming or further cooking, (like adding to salads, sauces or vegi burgers, for example). I usually cook potatoes and germinated grain and seeds together by slicing the potato. I change the water after about five minutes and poor off the water when the potato is cooked. The grain is about 1.5-2.0 days after soak. Drain well and allow some of the moisture to evaporate. Drizzle with olive oil (or butter) and sea salt, then mash together (yummy). Don't over cook the potato as this raises the glycemic index. I Seek a partner interested in organic agriculture, permaculture, sustainablility and energy efficient, green homes and buildings, alternative medicine, healing centers, educational foundations and spiritual teaching centers. Organic farming is number one. Must share the awesomeness of watching healthy plants grow and produce sustenance. I am not a paying member on this particular site and can only send you hellos here.
Josh
32 Hilo, Hawaii, United States
Seeking: Female 20 - 34
Danny
31 Hilo, Hawaii, United States
Seeking: Female 20 - 34
Gary
57 Hilo, Hawaii, United States
Seeking: Female 29 - 48
Jason
49 Hilo, Hawaii, United States
Seeking: Female 24 - 41
Tony
53 Hilo, Hawaii, United States
Seeking: Female 26 - 43

Next

first
Previous