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Emily, a  Vegan in Amherst Emily
is a 37 year old, spiritual female.
Living in Amherst, massachusetts
Vegan diet.

I am a freelance writer. I am a very shy person and it takes awhile to open up all the way. I love books-all literature. I also love nature and the earth. I am quiet but will talk more the more I get to know you. Peaceful lifestyle is a must.

If it is not already obvious, I also really like cats. 

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Aaron, a  Vegan in Amherst Aaron
is a 50 year old, Humanist male.
Living in Amherst, massachusetts
Vegan diet.

My Passions are Mindfulness Meditation, Loving Animals, and Hiking by Mountains, Lakes, Streams and in Forests.  I am often Composing & Performing Music & Supporting Non-Profit Causes for the Environment and Animal Welfare.  I guess I have a lot of passions! :-)  However, taking so much time for these passions has delayed me in seeking out and finding a Life Partner.  That is why I'm now here, a little later than many others, to start on a path towards finding that person! :-)


Joy, a  Veggie/vegan in Amherst Joy
is a 45 year old, Agnostic / not religious bi-female.
Living in Amherst, massachusetts
Veggie/vegan diet.

I love to hike, and am a published writer. I am currently looking for local veg*ans to connect with. :) I would love to connect just for fun and/or possibly for something more. Family is very important to me so it must be to you as well if you're looking for something more than just a casual connection. I don't go out much even though I am actually very social - I spend a lot of my free time writing and being with my family. So I'm looking for someone that is interested in joining me in that life. I can be intense in my emotions and approach to life - an intensity that is appealing to my friends but hard to navigate in a relationship. So, if you too are intense, it probably won't work out. I checked agnostic which is true enough but I am also fairly spiritual and try to incorporate a lot of meditation and spiritual thinking into my life. I have studied multiple faiths and was an interfaith deacon in college; and "socially engaged buddhism" resonates with me.  But I do not consider myself loyal to any one faith or practice.  Despite being an incorrigible optimist (and just plain incorrigible *grin*), I have very little tolerance for wilful ignorance and outright hate.


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