Lists of what you really like and really dislike

Discussion in 'Reincarnation Questions' started by Seline, Feb 27, 2010.

  1. Nadir batista

    Nadir batista New Member

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    Nice question


    Well,things that I don't like : rude people and the ones who when speak ,yell. so ,I can't stand those things.


    Things that I like : I love talking about spirituality (concerning reincarnation stuff mainly)


    English language ( this is not my first language but since my first contact I fell in love with )


    thanks for asking
     
  2. kmatjhwy

    kmatjhwy Senior Member Staff Member

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    Think that I will add my own two cents to this thread for what it is worth.


    Things that I like: mountains, wilderness - deep wilderness, wild mountain wilderness, wild western America, the greater Yellowstone Ecosystem wilds, the Thorofare and the Absaroka Mountains where I roam every summer, slickrock and southwestern canyon country, the Escalante Canyon system, wild empty (so called) open country, deep wild forests, big old trees, a flower covered landscape, wildlife, abundant wildlife covering open unroaded wild country, grizzlies, eagles, wildlife of all kinds, birdlife of all kinds, whales, seals, dolphins, porpoises, native america and lifestyles, native american spirituality, native american music, celtic music, bluegrass music, country and folk music, australian aborigines and lifeways, the dreamtime concept, indigenous people and lifeways, hunter-gatherer lifeways, simple living, self sustaining lifeways, walking, hiking, camping, bicycling, living in deep wild country, true spirituality and philosophy, reincarnation, solitude and deep wilderness solitude, freedom, liberty, independance, small government, being able to think choose and decide for one's ownself, herbalogy, wild edible and medicinal plants, healthy living lifeways, organic foods, mexican food, wine, chocolate (my one addiction in life), genealogy, history, ancient Rome, ancient Egypt, and Life itself!


    Things that I dislike: modern society and civilization, the way and belief structure of modern society, working one's life away in a meaningless job for just a little money to barely live, cars and roads, speeding vehicles (like John Muir said, anything over 40 miles in a day is a swirling blur), machines (on a general basis), development and developed cluttered country, cluttered country with human development, trash and littered landscapes, big government, oppressive government and religion, domineering controlling and manipulating people, controlling domineering and manipulating religions, Islam, Atheism, hot and humid climates, the modern medical establishment and medicines, closed in small spaces, modern music like heavy metal, hiphop music, rap music, techno music, cellphones, chinese food, broccoli and cabbage, alcoholic beverages besides wine which I like, nose nazi's, trophy hunting, bear hunting, animal abuse, drugs, cigarettes and smoking, and I do have a personal problem with drunks


    Physical problems: Nothing serious and am in good health and hope to remain this way. Just getting older now. Life is Great!


    Just my two cents worth! Wishing Everyone the Best!
     
  3. kemetic18

    kemetic18 Senior Registered

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    I couldn't agree more! Its a sad way to spend a lifetime. :(
     
  4. Mr. Mike

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    Hockey, Dressing up in heavy equipment (always had to play goalie, catcher or anything similar growing up), pictures of life in the 70's in USA or Canada, anyone touching my hair, children (particularly babies and toddlers), solitude, big picture thinking, freedom, the colour blue, dreaming, driving around late at night, being allowed to solve a problem my own way.


    Dislikes


    Police/Authority Figures, being asked to show ID (hate flying for that reason alone), countries/political boundries, thieves, dogmatic or arrogant people, hypocrites, people who criticise those in a situation they have never experienced, turtlenecks/ties, anyone touching my neck, scientists who instantly laugh at reincarnation as impossible and refuse to take it seriously, schools, reading, being taught dogma as fact (like Noah's Ark), slavery, crowded cities full of zombie-like people, touching or looking at my bully button, people who make errors on professional business documents, inequality.


    Physical Problems


    Nothing serious except a sudden nervous breakdown at 21 and I was almost paralyzed with fear of death at 6. I have no idea what triggered either of those situations because the worst years of my life were from 12-15 hands down. Suffered through depression most of my life too but that's probably because I try to carry the weight of the world and get overwhelmed with the suffering of others.
     
  5. momof3

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    Likes: my family, thunderstorms, London (though I've never been), medeival England through the 19th century, dressing up, glamour, vibrant and lively cities, the paranormal, animals, dimly lit bars and restaurants, deep colors, elegant furnishings, Disney World, warm weather, piano music, relaxing with wine, cocktails and good food, dreaming


    Dislikes: farms and the country, desolate places, crowds, places that are bright, noisy and chaotic, spiders, windy days, illogical reasoning, parties and social gatherings, talking to people I don't know well, action movies, boredom


    This is more of an emotional than physical problem, but I sometimes suffer from unexplained anxiety/depression. Out of the blue I'll feel a sense of impending doom and hopelessness. It lasts anywhere from a few hours to several weeks and I have absolutely no idea where it comes from.
     
  6. Shiftkitty

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    Likes: My husband tops the list, 50's doo-wop, Heavy Metal, Hard Rock, loud Classical, the country, the city, cars, racing, money (but not at all costs), walks, beaches, deserts, forests, mountains, boardwalks, the seasons, ghosts, Edinburgh, cats, dragons, the dark to middle ages, swimming, antiques, history, the American revolution, Stephen Decatur Jr, Andrew Jackson, casinos, blue, green, black, the numbers 8 & 5, science, dinosaurs, steak & potatoes, learning new stuff, and this sandwich I'm eating right now ;) .


    Dislikes: Come on, Nazism is a "gimmee". Socialism, Communism, Marxism, monkeys, tyrants, despots, greed, liars, thieves, bullies, the current political atmosphere (I've seen this movie before, and I don't like how it ends), religion, the color pink, lacy clothes, "girlie-girl" stuff, babies, the tropics, the Renaissance.


    Medical Stuff: I have a bad nail- and skin-biting habit. I have been trying unsuccessfully for almost 40 years to break it. I always almost succeed, but then something happens that wires me up and I'm like a dog biting at fleas. Fortunately, my skin doesn't get it as often as my nails do, so my hands don't look all god-awful, but my nails are very short. I often don't realize I'm doing it until it's too late.
     
  7. dr_what

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    Things I like: SS uniform, swastikas, military uniforms, Germany, Kyoto Japan, China, Neuschwanstein, Versailles, mirrors, silver, ancient Greece, ancient Rome, Roman soldier “uniforms” and helmets, samurai swords, Civil War, the Confederate flag, movies about the Vietnam War, British accents like Prince William has, gold, Russian / Eastern European accents on men, Rococo and Baroque styles of architecture and art and clothing, folding fans, harpsichord music, Victorian post mortem photography, Venetian masks, potatoes, foreign languages (especially German, French, Russian, Czech, Japanese), purple, pepper, spicy foods but not tangy-spicy like buffalo sauce, lapis lazuli, big cities, the American Revolution, the inside of Catholic churches, Japanese gardens, Victorian garden cemeteries, Southern plantation homes, spanish moss, cypress trees, pasta, cemeteries, British Redcoat uniform, Queen Anne style homes, Greek mythology, the Iliad, physics, skull and crossbones, the color black, swamps.


    Things I don’t like: the wilderness / woods, the desert, Vietnamese people, going barefoot outside, alcohol, Vietnamese language, dishonesty, being controlled, movies about the Vietnam War, Vietnamese accents when they speak English, country music, oranges, not being in control of myself, deep water that I cant see the bottom of, being in the ocean, movies or photos or documentaries where it shows the view of the ocean from below, mint, turtleneck sweaters, turquoise jewelery, being in the middle of the ocean without seeing land, heights, monks, people who treat me like I’m stupid, pork, Picasso-type artwork, the sounds of cellos and violins, partying, drugs, running, folk music, prairie clothes, the colors orange and red, anti-war protesters, the Odyssey, Spanish language, math, the American Old West, British spellings of words (like “honour” and “colour”) just annoy me to no end, British accents like “ey guv’nuh” and such.


    Physical problems: I cant keep plants alive for the life of me, not really a physical problem, but still – I couldn’t even keep an air plant alive, and all it needed to survive on was air. Asthma since I was 5. I have a fear of being infested with parasites. I cant swim, and start to panic when someone tries to teach me, and try to have me float. I get migraines, mainly on the right side of my head. People tell me I’m very intimidating when they first meet me, and I have no idea why. Not really a physical problem, but it’s something that annoys me. I have a fear of rollercoasters, not the height of them, but the verticalness of them, and had a dream where I died on one, so I refuse to go on one.
     
  8. Owl

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    Likes: Nazi Germany,Bayern, Ireland, Victorian England, getting ready for chaos, german language, water (specially when it' s not calm), boats, pl validations, old things, cockney accent, rifles, horses, humidity in the air on a warm day, music from 30' s german movies nobody cares about, feeling weird in the soul, dreams,Victorian Africa, medicine in harsh environments, old books, frakturschrift, Suetterlinschrift, abandoned places, knives and swords, a cold night, grass, maps, the wilderness, the Soccer world cup, victorian ties, the good old days, being nostalgic, La commedia dell' arte, gothic cathedrals, the early 60' s, military uniforms, the SS, the navy, the iron cross, trenchcoats, boots, Indiana Jones dressing style


    Dislikes: Brazil, portughese language, disobedience, lies, whiners, when people is content with something being a philosophy when with some reasearch it could be a science, statements with lack of proof, nowadays furniture, that the world is full of cars, the 21st century, changes, old buildings being demolished to give place to horrible architecture,superficiality, heat, sweating, the summer culture, summer in general, cockroaches, movies about nazi Germany that are not german
     
  9. Delonada

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    Likes: Animals(especially cats and rodents), drawing, writing, victorian dresses, corsets, burlesque, Japanese culture(also a bit Chinese and Korean), potatoes, rice, old farms, solitude in nature, martial arts(not the fighting part though), caring, loving, Netherlands, swimming, lakes, rivers, waves, swords, Asian weaponry, Japan, bumblebees, music by Vivaldi, oil paint(although I hate with a passion cleaning my brushes), human anatomy(especially musculature), old English poetry(not a fan of the American ones. Give me Coleridge and Robert Burns), Philosophy, use of natural medicine, tights, diving(yet I have a fear of the deep sea), high mountain sides(not a fan mountain climbing though). Martial Arts Kata and dancing(although I have always been afraid of dancing). Thai/Chinese/Korean Food(as long as it isn't dogs and smaller animals). Gas masks. Synthetic clothing materials(PVC, Latex, Nylon). Yellow rubber gloves for washing up. Newly cut grass. Smell of wood and trees. Rain falling outside on metal/windows.


    Dislike: Intolerance, extremes of religion and beliefs(political as well), spiders, deep sea, fish, olives, traditional Icelandic food, ignorance, business, politics, rigidness, alcohol, many bugs, being alone, alcohol, wearing men's clothing. Senseless violence and cruelty. Thai/Danish language. Dirt and grime. Insane asylums. White walls in a sterilized environment. The Great Depression.


    Suffering of children and especially if the future is taken away from them.


    Large groups of people, especially really noisy ones.


    I also dislike for some reason horse back riding. When I was younger I was terrified of going on top of an animal and to fall off. Now I am just conscious about them being made to serve for our pleasure which gives me a guilty conscience.


    Parades and marching.
     
  10. Jadeswan

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    Likes: Herbs (growing, eating, using medicinally, using cosmetically), writing with a dip pen, Ireland, Scotland, curvy hills, flowing water, green meadows, forests, crystals, interesting stones, woodcarvings, crusty homemade bread, long dresses, being outdoors, candles, Indian food, silk fabric, harp music, flute music, swimming, painting and drawing, a sense of close family, feeling useful, swans, otters, bluebirds, going barefoot, dancing under the moon, spinning wool into yarn, crocheting, jade green, willow trees, snowdrops, star-gazing, roses, stone cottages


    As a child I was obsessed with Native American culture


    Dislikes: fire, unexplained odor of smoke, fireworks, helicopters, the sound of vacuum cleaners, chemicals, the smell of gasoline or natural gas, gun shots, hospitals, doctors, mold, feeling controlled, people who try to force their beliefs on others, violence of any kind


    Physical Problems With No Explanation: hormone problems (similar symptoms to PCOS), exercise-induced asthma (worse as a child), cycles of mysterious sadness


    What a fun thread, Seline! I noticed we have similar lists. :) I'm also relieved that I'm not the only one afraid of doctors and hospitals. I had this fear for as long as I can remember.
     
  11. sarque

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    Likes: The German language, the Russian language, military history, men's fashion, animals (especially cats), writing, reading, cooking, eating, drinking with friends, playing cards, watching old movies, Denmark, the color grey, the color red, not wearing shoes, taking risks (both mentally and physically), political science, history in general but especially European history, children, rollercoasters, dancing, singing, drinking tea.


    Dislikes: Loud noises, explosions, fireworks, being on airplanes, the smell of gasoline, intolerance, hospitals, the feeling of velvet, running, jobs that are repetitive and not exciting, having long hair, communism, being out of control, math.
     
  12. Mammatus

    Mammatus A Squid With a Rocketship

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    Likes: rain, storms, thunder, lightning, mountains, the ocean, boats, Norway, Russia, rain forest, the Amazon, the Congo, Austrlia, Japan, steak, running through big open fields of grass and/or flowers, rolling down hills, talking rather strange i.e. "I hath cometh in peace". Russian language, hispanic music, sleep, movies about World War II, war drums (like Native American war drums, but any drums shall do), ancient Rome, ninja, Swiss Alps, New York City, writing stories about ancient Rome, reading about the Cold War, nuclear physics. Things that go "boom", stars, the night, oak trees, laughter, inspiring people, boots that are similar to Han Solo's boots or Nazi boots, Central America, Cuba, the color silver, Cold War era films, writing and giving speeches. Learning about the Cuban Revolution, cello, ukelele, Mexican food, bright in your face colors, jumping in puddles.


    Dislikes: Skeptics, narrow minded people, really conservative people, not too good with Christianity and Catholicism, American government, imperialism, feudalism, people who think they're all that and a bag of chips, people telling me I can't, being doubted, narccism (did I spell that right?), Adolf Hitler (I have mixed opinions about the Nazis themselves), drunks, the dark, Bay of Pigs invasion, Vietnam War (as much as I don't like to think about it, I always find myself researching it, like it pulls me towards it or something). I also HATE being left alone in desperate situations. I have nightmares about stuff trapping me and I call for help, but no one ever comes. And I don't like people who criticize something they don't know anything about. And paranoid people. People who are obsessed with romance (there are more important things in life).


    Physical problems with no known explanation: I have knee and ankle problems. They're weak and they swell and are in pain a lot of the time. I've never been able to explain it. I also get nasty headaches sometimes, and every once in a while a sharp pain shoots through my head like someone shot me or something, but then it goes away.
     
  13. Mammatus

    Mammatus A Squid With a Rocketship

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    dr what I agree. I easily intimidate people. Of course, I'm rather territorial and naturally distrust people when I first meet them. That could have something to do with it.
     
  14. windows2thesoul

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    Things I like:


    France, Italy, Ireland, The ocean, Folklore, Astrology, Angels, Stained glass windows, Country side, Horses, Lutes, Hammered Dulcimers, When the sun shines through the trees, Period films, Rain, Going to watch a play, Art, Writing, History....


    Things I dislike:


    Being the last one to know about big news, being ignored, feeling unimportant....


    Physical problems with no explanation:


    I had to get an operation on my uvula because it wasn't the right length. No one else I know had this problem.
     
  15. Hollis

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    Likes: The smell of rain, walking outside barefoot, the smell of jasmine/lilacs/pansies/lavender/roses, grand pianos, painting, tea & tea sets, candles, Russia, England, India, cats, birds, babies & children, taking care of people that can’t take care of themselves, the colors dark red/dark green/gold/purple, long hair, dresses, swimming, making food from scratch, the Victorian/Edwardian eras, writing letters/diaries, windows, big houses, snow, poetry & literature, writing, swings, things made out of wood, music boxes, classical music, baths, porcelain dolls, picture frames, melancholy moods, the ocean, men in military/naval uniform, cameos, clocks, making other people laugh, meaningful conversations, horses, perfumes, soaps, trains, the spiritual, philosophy, summer and spring evenings outside, languages, jewelry.


    Huge dislikes: Hospitals, illness, others vomiting and people seeing/hearing me vomit, the feeling of impending doom, people watching me eat, hunger, people with no sense of humor, yelling, shame, purposelessness, not being dressed well in public, people prying into my private life, extremely hot weather, having no time alone, inferiority, sleeping in a bed that’s not surrounded by at least two walls, airplanes and being in them, French/German/Oriental culture, human suffering, lack of control, suppression, looking at the moon at night.


    Physical problems with no explanation: Since I was a baby I would scream, cry, and cover my ears and eyes and nose if someone was vomiting. I couldn't stand anyone to hear or see me do it either. I also would constantly check myself to see if I was ill and was extremely intrigued and yet horrified to hear of plagues. As a child I was very sensitive about food and when I ate something in private I would hide the evidence and was always concerned about how much food we had and would give up my food to others.
     
  16. windows2thesoul

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    I MUST reply...before going to bed in the am. lol


    LIKES:


    Traveling, France, Art, Painting, the Night life, Busy city, Laughing, Partying, Being eccentric, Being a night owl, Reading poetry, Absinthe, Music coming from pubs, Cafe's, Horse and buggies, Blank canvases, Sketching horses and nature in general, Walking, Classical music, Quiet museums...


    DISLIKES:


    Rude people, Being pushed out of the way, Crowded sidewalks, Racism, Sexism, Politics, Not having money to buy art supplies, Not having money to do anything, When someone stares at me while drawing a picture, Running out of paint....


    Physical problems with no explanation:


    I've had foot surgery thats genetic on my father's side and have had trouble with my legs every since, but my sisters legs and feet seems to be fine...
     
  17. usetawuz

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    Likes: Shakespeare...but not so much from a literary standpoint; rather from a sense I know who and what is being spoken about and the amazingly wry manner in which it is spoken...also, the man from Avon couldn't write, much less pen the magnificent lines with which we are all familiar.


    The Battle of Agincourt...its folly, its waste, its unbelievable hubris and stupidity...I like the fact that so much material is actually available to study, but while it was a disaster on a previously unknown scale, the cost to humanity, on an individual scale was equally appalling...when one must imagine the potential level of brutality mankind is capable of there is nothing like the pure blood, mud, fear and ache on tap in those memories. I appreciate this as a touchstone...an example of the culmination in one spot in time of circumstances that led to massive destruction in human lives which had a centuries long effect on that society.


    Dislikes: Strausbourg...I was scheduled to use this city as my center while I scoured the sights surrounding it...as I deboarded the train I got a tremendous sense of foreboding, of discomfort and fear. It persisted for another two hours as I began to check into my hotel...before I could complete my sign in, I felt nauseous, put my pen down and picked up my bags and boarded the next train south...the further away I got, the better I felt. Not sure why it affected me so, and not sure I want to find out.


    Tampa...the same as above except for a much milder dose...and I have had all four of my car accidents in this city and they have each occurred in rush hour traffic. Since then when I must go to Tampa, I do not drive and as soon as I can leave I do.


    St Augustine...whenever I'm there (fairly frequently, living only 30 miles away), I get a pervasive sense of anger and frustration combined with betrayal...a lucid dream illustrated an early 20's french huegenot soldier who had come to Fort Caroline, the french colonly in north Florida, and was subsequently captured by the spanish and imprisoned in St. Augustine with the knowledge that he would be paroled...one of his spanish captors kept him in good spirits with confident talk of the upcoming parole up until the day he was hung. When there and wine-flown I get somewhat belligerent, counter to my usual intoxicated, amenable self.
     
  18. Rebecca151

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    I know this is an old thread but...


    Likes- Apples & Honey (together), Salmon, Lavender, Farming/country life, Poland, Cars, Sketching, Researching disease, Judaism, Listening to Hebrew, Animal welfare, European Antiques (especially furniture), Russia, Polish language, Germany, Horses, Strawberries, Matza, German made products, Candles, Wine, Geneaology, the Desert, Heat, sun, natural tan, I prefer dresses and skirts over pants, designer labels, Beauty, Israel, Dancing, Camping, The smell of pine trees, Horseback riding.


    Dislikes- Anti-semetism, Cold weather, Dampness, Being chased, Hiding, waste, Disrespect for peoples property, Not super fond of Christianity or Islam ( but I respect those who follow those so long as it doesn't effect me.), Outhouses, Demanding tones, Animal abuse, loud sounds, Having my knees touched, Fire, Abandoned pools, grates, ditches, Pork, Seafood, Vomiting, Cotton balls, Having toy guns pointed at me, Beer, Chaos, and Crowds.


    Physical problems with no explanation:


    Digestive issues, Chest discomfort ( feels like I have an elephant sitting on me.) and I cannot stand having my throat exposed.
     
  19. foresteliz20

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    Autumn, cinnamon, pumpkin, hiking, camping, fishing, apple and pine scents, movies, romance novels, scifi and horror movies, food in general lol, running, road trip, Philippine food, cost pajamas, log cabin, Arizona tea, mountains, medievals fairs, animals, thunder storms, lazy days, anthropology(subject not clothing store lol), Halloween, Thanksgiving and christmas, donkeys, meerkats, sleeping in, hot baths, candles, cherry wine, apple butter, tattoos, green smoothies, baby wearing, sun bathing, hot chocolate, my bed <3, San Diego, grand canyon, north Carolina, Scotland, English cream tea, vegetarian haggis, country ham with red eye gravy, velvetta Mac and cheese, double chocolate cookies, heated discussions, alternative rock, gardening, pinterest, native American music, genealogy, kayaking, manicures, autumn mornings, night time, goo goo dolls, bob Marley


    Things I dislike:


    Ignorance, racisim, lateness, liars, two faced people, getting up early, feeling full too quickly lol, dirty houses, stinky bathrooms, being out of stock, spiders, cows, bad drivers, rude people, so many more but I hate to hate lol =)
     
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    Forgot to post physical problems: im tired all the time I've been tested for everything and don't have depression etc, I've been like this my while life
     

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