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|Location||Kenora, Ontario, Canada|
|Introduction||I was raised in Southwest Missouri, living in the passive solar home designed by my father until I moved away in 1967. It was always OK that ideas could be discussed in our home. What "is" was never quite as important as what "could be." My father, Ralph Edwin Hunt, was a private pilot and European automobile enthusiast. My mother, Genevieve Ann Likins Hunt, pursued interests in women's empowerment, social change, literature and poetry. I studied at New College of Florida from 1967-70. I moved to Canada in 1972, where I completed my professional training. I have lived across Canada since that time, from Newfoundland to British Columbia. Since 1992, I have lived in Kenora, Ontario, where I specialize in cross-cultural psychology. I also spend about 3 months per year in Arizona and California. There is an agenda for behavioural, perceptual and societal change in almost everything I do. I regard human accomplishment in the spheres of the arts, sciences, conviviality and culture as the most important achievement of all (as each discipline is able to alter and refine our perception and understanding of ourselves and the world we live in).|
|Interests||Reading, learning, active living: running, hiking, bicycling, kayaking, tennis, camping, skiing, strength training, gardening and travelling.|
|Favorite Movies||Dersu Uzala, Serenity - Firefly, Deepa Mehta (Water), Classic (undiluted) science fiction, Cuckoo, Virgin Spring, Forbidden Planet, Once Were Warriors, Night of the Comet, The Year My Voice Broke, Happy Birthday Wanda June, Midnight in Paris|
|Favorite Music||Mississippi Delta Blues, contemporary African, classical, jazz, acoustic. I am presently listening mostly to the jazz music of the 1960s and 1970s.|
|Favorite Books||Living the Good Life, Girl in Landscape, How Proust Can Change Your Life, Younger Next Year, Replay, Tomorrow's Gold, Human Action, The Looming Tower, The novels of Robert Heinlein, many others....|
You get to ride the big roller coaster three times in a row. What will keep your dad from taking a bite out of your candy apple?
A promise to be good for the rest of the day.